Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Context for successful quality improvement

"Building on a series of thought pieces – published by the Health Foundation in Perspectives on context – this best evidence review combines the ideas of receptive and non-receptive contexts for change, with a psychological perspective and the proposition that social context is the key facilitator of quality improvement. The review also considers context at structural levels within the health care system:

  • macro – the system level
  • meso – the organisation level
  • micro – the clinical team level.

Crucially, the review considers how all of these factors combine to impact upon the success and sustainability of quality improvement efforts."

Context for successful quality improvement
N Fulop, G Robert
The Health Foundation
October 2015

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