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Clinical governance review Kingston Primary Care Trust, March 2004.

Commission for Health Improvement (Great Britain)

Clinical governance review Kingston Primary Care Trust, March 2004.

by Commission for Health Improvement (Great Britain)

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kingston Primary Care Trust.,
  • Primary health care -- England -- London -- Evaluation.,
  • Primary care (Medicine) -- England -- London -- Evaluation.,
  • National health services -- Great Britain -- Evaluation.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesKingston Primary Care Trust - March 2004.
    SeriesClinical governance review
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22821481M
    ISBN 100117033685

    Clinical governance aims to shift the performance of all health organisations closer to the standards of the best. It hopes to reduce unjustifiable variations in quality of care provided (in terms of outcomes, access and appropriateness). Clinical governance is needed to reassure the public that the care received in the NHS is of 1 Clinical File Size: 21KB. BACKGROUND: Clinical governance is seen as pivotal to improving healthcare quality, yet there are few available tools for tracking progress on its implementation. With this in mind, the authors developed a Clinical Governance Development Index (CGDI) designed to track performances between healthcare organisations and over time.

      Clinical Governance in Primary Care Gail Louw. Senior Lecturer I was interested in the final two chapters and the manner with which they chose to bring the book to an end. They decided to take clinical governance back to square one and talk about what health is, issues of rights and responsibilities, a rounding of the circle to illustrate Author: Gail Louw. Clinical governance enables healthcare professionals to reduce clinical risks, enhance clinical quality via the application of evidence-based practice and deliver good quality care. Clinical governance: a Guide to Implementation for Healthcare Professionals (second edition) provides a comprehensive overview of what is meant by clinical governance and how it can be implemented in practice.

      This second edition of "Clinical Governance in Primary Care" extends and amplifies the principles outlined in the first edition. Enabling readers to apply clinical governance in their workplace as individuals and as workplace or practice teams, it provides a description of clinical governance in primary care by a panel of renowned leading contributors - based on practical examples on how 5/5(1). Abstract. Objectives: To review the literature on different models of clinical governance and to explore their relevance to Australian primary health care, and their potential contributions on quality and safety. Data sources: 25 electronic databases, scanning reference lists of articles and consultation with experts in the field. We searched publications in English after , but a search of Cited by:


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A systematic review of the research literature published between – was carried out to review how primary care trust groups and primary care organisations were monitoring the implementation of clinical governance and the effects this may have on nursing.

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by: From the start of the book it becomes clear that the importance of clinical governance in primary care cannot be underestimated. First of all from the patient's point of view but also from the increasingly pivotal position of primary care in the NHS. Clinical governance in primary care: A literature review Article Literature Review in Journal of Clinical Nursing 13(6) October with 42 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Drawing on practical and theoretical knowledge, this book demonstrates how GPs and their teams can facilitate evidence-based practice, life-long learning and improved patient communication. It ties together clinical governance and health informatics - quality and computing - to show how existing systems in primary care can enable and deliver clinical governance, help with patient-focused care.

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E-Clinical Governance: A Guide for Primary CareCited by: 1. Current governance activities. The NHS Executive has outlined several components (referred to as “principles”) of clinical governance in primary care,6 although many related activities were already being undertaken (table 1).One approach to clinical governance would be to link these activities through a unified management structure such as a clinical governance committee, which Cited by:   Clinical Governance: A Guide to Implementation for Healthcare Professionals provides a comprehensive overview of what is meant by clinical governance and how it can be implemented in practice.

It explores the evolution of clinical governance, its key components, legal implications, the barriers to implementing it, and its impact. Clinical Governance provides step-by-step practical.

Article: Clinical governance in primary care. Second edition. Although the Dutch health-system and probably most health-systems in the world differ widely from the National Health Service (NHS) in England, clinical governance as stated in the book is “everybody's business”.Author: Han van Oosterbos.

Clinical governance. Primary care groups and trusts are responsible for implementing clinical governance in primary care. These new organisations bring together general practitioners, nurses, other primary care professionals, and managers to develop services, raise quality standards, commission hospital services, and improve the health of populations of about by: ant signal to clinical staff about how seriously the hospital or primary care trust takes quality.

However, clinical governance is about clinical practice and so it must be led by a clinician. In many hospitals the clinical governance lead tends to be the medical director, but it.

This report by CHI gives an independent assessment of clinical governance in the trust for the services reviewed. The review is part of a rolling programme of reviews of clinical governance in NHS organisations in England and Wales.

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Background. A systematic review of the research literature published between – was carried out to review how primary care trust groups and primary care organisations were monitoring the implementation of clinical governance and the effects this may have on nursing.

Method. Studies were limited to research papers with explicit methodology applicable to primary care. Practices and practitioners: knowledge and information for improved clinical practice. The many dimensions of clinical governance outlined by Rosen highlight the wide range of information which primary care staff will need to use.

2 Effective clinical practice requires access to and use of evidence based guidance on cost effective care. To implement national service frameworks and local health Cited by:. Clinical governance enables healthcare professionals to reduce clinical risks, enhance clinical quality via the application of evidence-based practice and deliver good quality care.

"Clinical Governance: A Guide to Implementation for Healthcare Professionals (second edition)" provides a comprehensive overview of what is meant by clinical /5(5)."Clinical Governance in Health Care Practice, Second Edition, explains the concept of clinical governance and its application to the UK health care system.

It takes a practical approach to clinical governance, using examples from different health care settings, and has a toolkit for readers to use to help with its implementation."--BOOK JACKET.Clinical Governance: A Guide to Implementation for Healthcare Professionals provides a comprehensive overview of what is meant by clinical governance and how it can be implemented in practice.

It explores the evolution of clinical governance, its key components, legal implications, the barriers to implementing it, and its impact.