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Behind the theory

Translational Mobilisation Theory is a sociological theory, which provides a framework for understanding and investigating the emergent organisation of collaborative work practices in institutional contexts. Understanding collective action of this kind is both a sociological and practical concern.  

Translational Mobilisation Theory was developed by Davina Allen and Carl May.

A shot of Professors Allen & May developing the theory

A shot of Professors Allen & May developing the theory

 
 
 
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Professor Davina Allen

Davina Allen is a nurse and a sociologist and Professor of health services organisation and delivery at Cardiff University.

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Professor Carl May

Carl May is Professor of Medical Sociology at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

 
 
 

Who can use this resource?

Translational Mobilisation Theory was developed to support empirical research, literature reviews and quality improvement.  

This site has been developed to support the application and further development of Translational Mobilisation Theory.

 
 
 

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