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An exploration of the implementation of open disclosure of adverse events in the UK: a scoping review and qualitative exploration

Yvonne Birks, Reema Harrison, Kate Bosanquet, Jill Hall, Melissa Harden, Vikki Entwistle, Ian Watt, Peter Walsh, Sarah Ronaldson, David Roberts, Joy Adamson, John Wright (+1 others)
2014 Health Services and Delivery Research  
The second phase involved primary qualitative research with the objective of generating new knowledge about UK-based stakeholders' views on their role in and experiences of open disclosure.  ...  The first phase comprised two focused systematic literature reviews, one summarising empirical research on the effectiveness of interventions to enhance open disclosure, and a second, broader scoping review  ...  We would also like to thank Sally Baker for her valuable contribution in the administrative support for this study and Karen Scott, Head of Information at Capsticks, who supported the searches of the legal  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr02200 fatcat:e2kesjqa5ngznga2ng2posia7i

Understanding staff perspectives on collaborative quality improvement in the ICU: a qualitative exploration

KN Dainty, DC Scales, B Hales, T Sinuff, M Zwarenstein
2011 Critical Care  
This dissertation reports on empirical qualitative research undertaken to investigate "how" healthcare providers and management describe the experience of being involved in a collaborative network for  ...  Selected theoretical perspectives from the fields of sociology and organizational behaviour are used as an analytic framework from which the author posits that based on the findings from this case study  ...  results on that board.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc9905 pmcid:PMC3068414 fatcat:ohn5grsdh5gv7phd3nxyenxezm

Towards a framework for enhancing the performance of NHS boards: a synthesis of the evidence about board governance, board effectiveness and board development

N Chambers, G Harvey, R Mannion, J Bond, J Marshall
2013 Health Services and Delivery Research  
In relation to the impact of boards on organisational performance, the importance of contingency factors was highlighted and there is positive empirical support for the role of physicians on the board.  ...  the three elements of composition (board structure), focus (what the board does) and dynamics (the behavioural dimension), and the potential conjunction between board theories and practices was explored  ...  The authors also noted that, although broad governance principles apply to every board, circumstances differ. Each board has to be seen as unique and receive a bespoke programme to meet its needs.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr01060 fatcat:cg2xmi5xg5e6xayfo5o6qstoaa

The experiential health information processing model: supporting collaborative web-based patient education

Laura A O'Grady, Holly Witteman, C Nadine Wathen
2008 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
With emergence of the World Wide Web many communication applications were ported to web browsers.  ...  One of the driving factors in this phenomenon has been the exchange of experiential or anecdotal knowledge that patients share online, and there is emerging evidence that participation in these forums  ...  We explore one theory of experiential learning as a way to understand the benefits, and potential harms, of online patient collaborations.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6947-8-58 pmid:19087353 pmcid:PMC2627838 fatcat:ws4f5hl67jb6nex6yiefpj3m5a

Emergency medicine residents' beliefs about contributing to a Google DocsTM presentation: a survey protocol

Patrick Archambault, Danielle Blouin, Julien Poitras, Ren_e-Marie Fountain, Richard Fleet, Andrea Bilodeau, France L_gar_
2011 Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics  
We also thank all the residents and physicians who have used the online presentation and who have helped improve it.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Jennifer Petrela for editing the manuscript. We thank Tom van de Belt (Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center) for his critical review of this protocol.  ...  inhibit or facilitate the behaviour) p: Perceived power to influence (power of these factors) A person's readiness to perform the behaviour Aact: Attitude toward the behaviour (the advantages and disadvantages  ... 
doi:10.14236/jhi.v19i4.815 fatcat:dc2izflez5diroxa5ngos3ivbu

Effective board governance of safe care: a (theoretically underpinned) cross-sectioned examination of the breadth and depth of relationships through national quantitative surveys and in-depth qualitative case studies

Russell Mannion, Tim Freeman, Ross Millar, Huw Davies
2016 Health Services and Delivery Research  
organisations to assess the impact of hospital board governance and external incentives on patient safety processes and outcomes; and (3) two national surveys exploring board management in NHS acute and  ...  concern, is worthy of further and more sustained exploration, particularly in the context of the current focus on improving whistleblowing policies in the NHS.FundingThe National Institute for Health  ...  We apply factor analysis on the factor scores representing the six BSAQ dimensions to construct a total BSAQ score. 3.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr04040 fatcat:xn5acnuscjdmval6kkchkds264

Self-Care in Young People With Diabetes: A Qualitative Exploration Using a Salutogenic Approach

Emma Green
The empirical work undertaken includes: a meta-ethnography of the international qualitative literature, analysis of semi-structured interviews with young people living in a diverse urban area of the UK  ...  , defined as disengaged from diabetes self-care (N=14): and a qualitative study conducted with young people participating in novel salutogenic projects which focused on their capabilities rather than '  ...  This demonstrates the importance of exploring selfcare in a holistic way, rather than focusing on only the medical aspects of the behaviours.  ... 
doi:10.15123/uel.8887x fatcat:u7z3ae6owrgajghu2wlzx33rjy

Web-Based Interventions for Behavior Change and Self-Management: Potential, Pitfalls, and Progress

Elizabeth Murray
2012 Medicine 2.0  
The impact of Web-based interventions on health inequalities remains unclear.  ...  One way of addressing these challenges is to apply the Medical Research Council framework for developing, evaluating, and implementing complex interventions.  ...  the data.  ... 
doi:10.2196/med20.1741 pmid:25075231 pmcid:PMC4084772 fatcat:osl5dv34yre3fpqhpwrjb322n4

Clinician-led improvement in cancer care (CLICC) - testing a multifaceted implementation strategy to increase evidence-based prostate cancer care: phased randomised controlled trial - study protocol

Bernadette Brown, Jane Young, David P Smith, Andrew B Kneebone, Andrew J Brooks, Miranda Xhilaga, Amanda Dominello, Dianne L O'Connell, Mary Haines
2014 Implementation Science  
be collected through review of patient medical records.  ...  Discussion: The study will be one of the first randomised controlled trials to test the effectiveness of clinical networks to lead changes in clinical practice in hospitals treating patients with high-risk  ...  Acknowledgements As well as the named authors, study contributors are: Cyra Patel  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-9-64 pmid:24884877 pmcid:PMC4048539 fatcat:ys3ynp3hqbcrvgsv2f6vcjd3wa

"The Problem Is that We Hear a Bit of Everything…": A Qualitative Systematic Review of Factors Associated with Alcohol Use, Reduction, and Abstinence in Pregnancy

Vivian Lyall, Lindsay Wolfson, Natasha Reid, Nancy Poole, Karen M. Moritz, Sonya Egert, Annette J. Browne, Deborah A. Askew
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The impact of structural and systemic factors on prenatal alcohol use was largely absent in the included studies, instead focusing on individual choice.  ...  A systematic review of qualitative studies involving pregnant and recently postpartum women was undertaken to understand the barriers and facilitators that influence alcohol use in pregnancy (PROSPERO:  ...  Institutional Review Board Statement: Not applicable. Informed Consent Statement: Not applicable.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18073445 pmid:33810338 fatcat:znjx33xxgba2domydlcethoidq

Osteoporosis knowledge translation for young adults: new directions for prevention programs

Alyson Holland
2017 Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada  
Methods Individual interviews were conducted with 60 men and women—multiethnic, Canadian young adults—to explore both the sources and types of information they search for when seeking information on nutrition  ...  Conclusion Creating short, action-oriented messages that are designed to encourage small changes in behaviour and are packaged with information that young adults are actively seeking is more likely to  ...  Acknowledgements Conflicts of interest The author declares no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.24095/hpcdp.37.8.01 pmid:28800292 pmcid:PMC5650024 fatcat:4o22w7xcsvfolkrgv7ynhnapla

Implementing Practice Guidelines: A Workshop on Guidelines Dissemination and Implementation with a Focus on Asthma and COPD

Louis-Philippe Boulet, Allan Becker, Dennis Bowie, Paul Hernandez, Andrew McIvor, Michel Rouleau, Jean Bourbeau, Ian D Graham, Jo Logan, France Légaré, Thomas F Ward, Robert L Cowie (+25 others)
2006 Canadian Respiratory Journal  
This international symposium was a joint initiative of the Laval University Office of Continuing Medical Education (Bureau de la Formation Médicale Continue), the Canadian Thoracic Society and the Canadian  ...  The present supplement summarizes the proceedings of the symposium "Implementing practice guidelines: A workshop on guidelines dissemination and implementation with a focus on asthma and COPD", which took  ...  The symposium was made possible with the contribution of our partners.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2006/810978 pmid:16552449 pmcid:PMC2806791 fatcat:4m6vqgarjfhodi7fstl47kyzfe

Potential barriers to the use of health services among ethnic minorities: a review

E. Scheppers
2006 Family Practice  
In order to enlighten care providers, as to the potential pitfalls that may exist, there is a need to explore the different factors in the creation of the barriers. Objective.  ...  The articles were included if deemed to be relevant to study health services use by ethnic minorities, i.e. the different factors in the creation of a barrier. Results.  ...  Acknowledgements The study was financed by ZonMw, The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development. Grant number 14350023.  ... 
doi:10.1093/fampra/cmi113 pmid:16476700 fatcat:pdjfkfyyoze6jh6w5wizfgf2ku


2008 Psychology and Health  
Medication was mostly obtained and provided by spouses, parents or children, depending on who in the family was still alive, this being the most influential factor for adherence.  ...  Groups receiving one of two messages targeting affect or one of two messages targeting instrumental attitudes towards exercise were compared with control.  ...  Discussion: These results show the influence of demographic factors on health behaviours and provide information for planning interventions in order to promote healthy habits in university students.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08870440802299543 fatcat:ywbgad3u2jhrhnzdezulll35je

Interventions to minimise doctors' mental ill-health and its impacts on the workforce and patient care: the Care Under Pressure realist review

Daniele Carrieri, Mark Pearson, Karen Mattick, Chrysanthi Papoutsi, Simon Briscoe, Geoff Wong, Mark Jackson
2020 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Although a large body of literature exists on interventions that offer support, advice and/or treatment to sick doctors, it has not yet been synthesised in a way that takes account of the complexity and  ...  Interventions creating a people-focused working culture, balancing positive/negative performance and acknowledging positive/negative aspects of a medical career helped doctors to thrive.  ...  access to care; explore the role of the medical home in developing and supporting institutional efforts to promote wellness This proposed model upholds the idea that one important step towards  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr08190 fatcat:qtpyjhmx6reqhad7en7lgnmzs4
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