Clinical governance has been an important issue in the British National Health Service for several years. This study looks to see how this has filtered down to front‐line staff, in terms of their knowledge about clinical governance, their attitude to it, and their implementation of it. A total of 539 participants across three NHS trusts in the South of England completed the Staff Clinical Governance Survey. The results showed generally positive attitudes and varying levels of knowledge and implementation. The use of this questionnaire enables services to audit their implementation of clinical governance, and highlights specific training needs for staff and their managers.
Murray, J., Fell‐Rayner, H., Fine, H., Karia, N. and Sweetingham, R. (2004), "What do NHS staff think and know about clinical governance?", Clinical Governance: An International Journal, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp. 172-180. https://doi.org/10.1108/14777270410552198Download as .RIS
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