Dr Fascia comes to Campion Hall as Visiting Professor and Senior Research Fellow from the Saïd Business School here in Oxford.
Formerly a senior manager for NHS in Scotland, his substantive roles included (Hon.) Fellow in the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine at the University of Edinburgh (2014-2016), Government steering group member and service development of the Scottish Chronic Pain Service (2013-2015).
He holds the Chair of Research at the Edinburgh Multicultural Research Institute and the current L'Arche Research Fellowship.
As Visiting Professor to the Hall, Dr Fascia has a dual role. To promote excellent and robust research and engagement within the Oxford collegiate and to participate in research projects with appropriate partners, both nationally and internationally. His research is overarched from an Ignatian perspective and concentrates on the practical role of spirituality in healthcare, linking culture, society, functional, spatial, and complex data analysis with the spiritual and compassionate realities involved in caring for the whole person. Elements of his research also reflect on environmental sciences, association and prediction methods, leadership theory, primary and secondary care analysis, business development methods, and organisation sciences, with a focus on coping and recovery for patients with chronic conditions.
He currently lectures in 'Business Ethics' at Edinburgh Napier University.
He is an editorial board member for the 'British Journal of Healthcare Management'.
Academic publications include:
The role of religious experience in the knowledge transfer process. ISBN (eBook) 9783668681798 - ISBN (Book) 9783668681804
To date, there have been few studies which denote the affect of socio-cultural or religious phenomena within a transfer scenario as significant, and how this interaction may affect the outcome of the knowledge shared or exchanged in a business context. This paper therefore examines how, in a business context, knowledge transfer is influenced by perspectives given to the knowledge.
Michael Fascia (Author), 2005, The role of religious experience in the knowledge transfer process, Munich, GRIN Verlag
An investigation of knowledge transfer practices within the Muslim business community in Edinburgh. ISBN (Book) 9783668674363
This study seeks to understand knowledge transfer practices within the Muslim business community in Edinburgh. It investigates how knowledge transfer practices are managed on a day to day basis, examines the route of development and justification for these practices into meaningful knowledge transfer processes,
Michael Fascia (Author), 2013, An investigation of knowledge transfer practices within the Muslim business community in Edinburgh, Munich, GRIN Verlag,
Business Perspectives of Philosophy and Knowledge: Occident Contra Islam
Fascia, M. (2018). Business Perspectives of Philosophy and Knowledge: Occident Contra Islam. Working Papers on Operations Management, 11(03), ISSN 1989-9068
Business Perspectives of Philosophy And Knowledge: Knowledge State
Fascia, M. (2018). Business Perspectives of Philosophy And Knowledge: Knowledge State. Decision Analysis, 9(11), ISSN 1545-8490
Structural barriers to implementing open innovation in healthcare
Fascia, M. & Brodie, J. (2017). British Journal of Healthcare Management 2017 23:7, 338-343. doi.org/10.12968/bjhc.2017.23.7.338
The Value of Knowledge Transfer Mechanisms.
Fascia, M., & Fascia, S. (2017). The Value of Knowledge Transfer Mechanisms. Journal of Strategy, Operations & Economics, 3(1), (12). ISSN 2396-8826
A new tomorrow: cancer and pain management
Fascia, M., & McIntosh, B. (2014). A new tomorrow: cancer and pain management. British Journal of Healthcare Management, 20(6), (272-274). doi:10.12968/bjhc.2014.20.6.272. ISSN 1358-0574
The highest mountain: T-cell technology
McIntosh, B., & Fascia, M. (2014). The highest mountain: T-cell technology. British Journal of Healthcare Management, 20(6), (281-285). doi:10.12968/bjhc.2014.20.6.281. ISSN 1358-0574
A Unique Investigation of Knowledge Transfer Practices within the Muslim Business Community in Edinburgh
Fascia, M. (2014). A Unique Investigation of Knowledge Transfer Practices within the Muslim Business Community in Edinburgh. Management Studies, 1(4), (229-246). doi:10.12816/0019390. ISSN 0123-5923
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