Exploring the Wellbeing of Ambulance staff using the ‘Public Value’ perspective: Opportunities and Challenges for Research

Geoffery Heath, PARESH WANKHADE*, Peter Murphy

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Abstract

This paper investigates the problematic nature of ambulance paramedics' wellbeing and applies the conceptualizations and theoretical perspective of Public Value to understand and potentially improve their experience. In so doing it synthesises previous discourse from public accounting and public management and applies it to NHS Ambulance services who have been prominent in the response to the Coronavirus pandemic but are currently under-researched in public management literature. The paper therefore suggests a future interdisciplinary research agenda.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPublic Money and Management
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 11 Feb 2021

Keywords

  • Public Value
  • NHS Ambulance Service
  • Staff Wellbeing
  • Research agenda
  • Accounting and Management

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