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How clinical champions can improve quality

01 March 2008

Nursing Management

Leadership

HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATED infections (HCAIs) impede the ability of trusts to deliver high quality services, and cost the UK around £1 billion a year (Plowman et al...

The ward sister/charge nurse as ‘on site’ manager

28 May 1997

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

The traditional role of ward sister/charge nurse has been redefined as ward manager with the devolving of many new responsibilities, including acting as ‘on site’...

Tensions within management roles in healthcare organisations

Nursing Management

evidence & practice

Aim Aim This article reports the results of a study that gives an insight into ward leaders' perspectives of their leadership role and explores how they deliver...

A study of complaints by patients of different age groups in an NHS trust

12 July 1995

Nursing Standard

Clinical research management

A study was undertaken in an NHS trust general hospital to determine if older or younger patients submitted more complaints, and if differences existed in the topics...
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