For the last five years the NHS Clinical Governance Support Team (CGST) has been at the forefront of supporting NHS organisations in delivering clinical governance. Promoting systems to ensure people receive safe, high quality, patient centred care; embedding the necessary modernisation and improvement within organisations, and supporting the cultural change to do so. CGST staff have gained a considerable amount of insight into the experiences of frontline staff who succeed in implementing clinical governance and service modernisation. In recognition of the contribution the CGST has made, and continues to make, this e-book will be devoted to what this team and the people they work with have learned and achieved.It will include:A brief time line showing how the work of the Support Team has developed over the years Descriptions of the theoretical underpinning for CGST workExamples of practical service improvementAn explanation of how clinical governance support will be provided to the NHS in the years ahead.
Cover CONTENTS EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD FOREWORD Being patient-centred: creating health care for our grandchildren The Expert Patients Programme The Essence of Care in clinical governance Supporting clinical governance in primary care The role of an NHS Board in assuring the quality of clinically governed care and the duty of trust to patients Developing large group working in clinical governance Team Resource Management and patient safety RAID methodology: the NHS Clinical Governance Team's approach to service improvement Modernising stroke services using clinical governance.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.