Dr Piotr Ozieranski
3 East 4.35
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 384204
Piotr joined the Department of Social and Policy Sciences as a Prize Fellow in March 2013. He previously worked as a Research Associate at the Social Science Applied to Healthcare Improvement Research (SAPPHIRE) Group at the Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester.
Piotr earned his PhD in Sociology from the University of Cambridge (2007-2012). Prior to this, he did an MA in Sociology at the University of Warsaw (2002-2007).
Piotr’s research looks at decision-making mechanisms, especially in policy areas with important implications for public health. He is interested in how expert knowledge is generated, supplied, and utilised in the policy process. In analysing these themes, he considers complex relationships between public institutions, private economic actors, think-tanks and non-governmental organisations.
- Sociological theories of the state
- Theories of the policy process
- Governance of scientific expertise
- Regulation of risk
- Better regulation
- Drug pricing and reimbursement
- Health technology assessment
- Postcommunist transition
Ozieranski, P. and King, L., 2016. Wales approves new hepatitis C drug while England deliberates. British Medical Journal, 355, i6499.
Power, M., Brewster, L., Parry, G., Brotherton, A., Minion, J., Ozieranski, P., McNicol, S., Harrison, A. and Dixon-Woods, M., 2016. Multimethod study of a large-scale programme to improve patient safety using a harm-free care approach. BMJ Open, 6 (9), e011886.
Weaver, S. and Ozieranski, P., 2016. New European tricksters:Polish jokes in the context of European Union labour migration. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 19 (5), pp. 577-591.
Gornall, J., Hoey, A. and Ozieranski, P., 2016. A pill too hard to swallow:how the NHS is limiting access to high priced drugs. British Medical Journal, 354, i4117.
Ozieranski, P. and King, L., 2016. The persistence of cliques in the post-communist state. The case of deniability in drug reimbursement policy in Poland. British Journal of Sociology, 67 (2), pp. 216-241.
Ozieranski, P., Robins, V., Minion And Janet Willars, J., Wright, J., Weaver, S., P. Martin, G. and Dixon Woods, M., 2014. Running a hospital patient safety campaign:A qualitative study. Journal of Health, Organisation and Management, 28 (4), pp. 562-575.
Martin, G., Ozieranski, P., Willars, J., Charles, K., Minion, J., McKee, L. and Dixon-Woods, M., 2014. Walkrounds in practice:Corrupting or enhancing a quality improvement intervention? A qualitative study. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 40 (7), pp. 303-310.
Carter, P., Ozieranski, P., McNicol, S., Power, M. and Dixon-Woods, M., 2014. How collaborative are quality improvement collaboratives:A qualitative study in stroke care. Implementation Science, 9 (1).
Dixon-Woods, M., Baker, R., Charles, K., Dawson, J., Jerzembek, G., Martin, G., McCarthy, I., McKee, L., Minion, J., Ozieranski, P., Willars, J., Wilkie, P. and West, M., 2014. Culture and behaviour in the English National Health Service:overview of lessons from a large multimethod study. BMJ Quality and Safety, 23 (2), pp. 106-115.
Ozieranski, P., McKee, M. and King, L., 2012. The politics of health technology assessment in Poland. Health Policy, 108 (2-3), pp. 178-193.
Ozieranski, P., King, L. and McKee, M., 2012. Pharmaceutical lobbying under postcommunism:Universal or country-specific methods of securing state drug reimbursement in Poland? Health Economics, Policy and Law, 7 (2), pp. 175-195.