Evidence-based Management: A Practical Guide for Health by Rosemary Stewart

By Rosemary Stewart

This consultant applies the foundations of evidence-based medication to future health administration, and indicates tips on how to follow most sensible facts to decision-making, in addition to how functionality might be assessed and enhanced. It describes attainable hindrances, and the way to beat them.

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Front Health Serv Mgmt. 16(4): 3-46. 3 Chambers D (2001) An Exploration of the Influences on Evidence-Based Change to Clinical Practice: a com- An overview of evidence-based management 4 5 6 7 8 27 parative study of US/UK health care initiatives. DPhil thesis, University of Oxford, p. 3. Evans R, Haines A (eds) (2000) Implementing Evidencebased Changes in Healthcare. Radcliffe Medical Press, Oxford. A good discussion of the lessons learnt from trying to apply research evidence in practice. Wood M, Ferlie E, Fitzgerald L (1998) Achieving clinical behaviour change: a case of becoming indeterminate.

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The information has to be relevant to the subject, which may not be easy to judge. There are two possible dangers: one, that the subject may not have been adequately understood; and two, that the information may not really be what is needed. 2 Obstacles to obtaining and using information. specialist staff may be causing anxiety. This may be thought to be due to the lower rewards being given than by those who are competing for the same staff, so up-to-date information is collected about this. However, there are many other possible reasons for high specialist turnover, so collecting information about why people are leaving may be more relevant.

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