Strategy and Transformation- March/April 2016

Welcome to the March/April 2016 Update. This will be produced every month and lists the most recent literature in the field. Full text links are provided where available please login to Athens to access the Full text. If you do not have an NHS Open Athens account please register at http://openathens.nice.org.uk/

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Frail Elderly Care

Elderly Care in Crisis: Will there be a care home for you in 2030? - Thoughts from the Centre Available: Full Text [3/21/2016]

 

A radical look at who pays and who gains in later life

Anna Dixon, Chief Executive of the Centre for Ageing Better, 08 April 2016

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Acute Care Re-design

Catalyst or distraction? The evolution of devolution in the English NHS April 2016

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Seven Day Working

Seven day services: how are trusts doing against Keogh’s clinical standards? 01 March 2016 - Publisher: British Medical Journal

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New Care Models: vanguards- developing a blueprint for the future of NHS and care services

Source:  NHS England - 17 March 2016 - Publisher: NHS England

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DNAR and Consent

Do-not-attempt-cardiopulmonary-resuscitation decisions: an evidence synthesis

Source:  NIHR Journals Library - Health Services and Delivery Research - 01 April 2016

Discharge Planning, Best practice in transitions of care [PDF]

29 March 2016 - Publisher: The Queen's Nursing Institute

 

End of life care audit: dying in hospital. National report for England 2016

Source:  Royal College of Physicians of London - RCP - 30 March 2016 - Publisher: Royal College of Physicians (RCP)

 

Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention [QIPP]

 

How to build a culture of originality.

Author: Grant, A.

Reference: Harvard business review Vol 94 Iss 3, March 2016, p.86-94.

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Innovation in the public sector: a systematic review and future research agenda.

Author: De Vries, H. ; Bekkers, V. ; Tummers, L.

Reference: Public administration Vol 94 Iss 1, March 2016, p.146-66.

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What methods are used to apply positive deviance within healthcare organisations? : A systematic review.

Author: Baxter, R. ; Taylor, N. ; Kellar, I.

Reference: BMJ quality & safety Vol 25 Iss 3, March 2016, p.190-201.

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Value of small sample sizes in rapid-cycle quality improvement projects.

Author: Etchells, E. ; Ho, M. ; Shojania, K.G.

Reference: BMJ quality & safety Vol 25 Iss 3, March 2016, p.202-206.

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Lean and Six Sigma in acute care: a systematic review of reviews.

Author: Deblois, S. ; Lepanto, L.

Reference: International journal of health care quality assurance Vol 29 Iss 2, 2016, p.192-208.

 

The problem with Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles.

 

Author: Reed, J.E. ; Card, A.J.

 

Reference: BMJ quality & safety Vol 25 Iss 3, March 2016, p.147-52.

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Combined quality function deployment and logical framework analysis to improve quality of emergency care in Malta.

Author: Buttigieg, S.C. ; Dey, P.K. ; Cassar, M.R.

Reference: International journal of health care quality assurance Vol 29 Iss 2, 2016, p.123-140.

 

Improving feedback on junior doctors’ prescribing errors: mixed-methods evaluation of a quality improvement project

Matthew Reynolds, Seetal Jheeta, Jonathan Benn, Inderjit Sanghera, Ann Jacklin, Digby Ingle, Bryony Dean Franklin

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Looking in the wrong places: why traditional solutions to the diffusion of innovation will not work

Axel Heitmueller, Adrian Bull, Shirlene Oh

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Integration of Healthcare Supervision Logbook Smartphone App into clinical practice to record feedback on medical training

T G Gray, G Hood, T Farrell

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Development and potential of a clinical resource and educational iPhone and iPad App based on patient testimony

Andy Levy, Dominic Alder

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Just-in-time delivery of sterilised surgical instruments

A CP Guédon, T J Rakers, L S G L Wauben, F C Meeuwsen, V Hoeijmans, M van der Elst, J Dankelman, J J van den Dobbelsteen

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Could a disruptive out patient healthcare delivery model reduce escalating in-hospital healthcare costs in knee osteoarthritis?

Arockia Doss

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Prospective, randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effect of smart glasses on vestibular examination skills

Maura D Iversen, Sheri Kiami, Karandeep Singh, Italo Masiello, Johan von Heideken

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Smartphone for the smarter delivery of drugs, psychoeducational materials and acute intervention for at-risk users

Melvyn W Zhang, Roger C Ho

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How does venture capital operate in medical innovation?

P Lehoux, F A Miller, G Daudelin

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Improving quality in the English NHS: A strategy for action
The King’s Fund, February 2016.

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Healthcare innovation in rural Nicaragua: an on-the-ground perspective

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Elisabet Höög, Jack Lysholm, Rickard Garvare, Lars Weinehall, Monica Elisabeth Nyström, (2016) "Quality improvement in large healthcare organizations: Searching for system-wide and coherent monitoring and follow-up strategies " Journal of Health Organization and Management, Vol. 30 Iss: 1, pp.133 - 153

 

Building a comprehensive approach to reviewing the quality of care: supporting the delivery of sustainable high quality services. Deisgn Panel final report

Source:  Healthcare Improvement Scotland - 16 March 2016 - Publisher: Healthcare Improvement Scotland

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Galvanising this NHS to adopt innovation: the feasibility and practicality of recommendations from the interim report of the Accelerated Access Review

Source:  RAND Europe - 22 March 2016 - Publisher: RAND Europe

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