Clinical Governance: An International Journal: Volume 16 Issue 3


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Is the NHS, as an employer, overburdened with regulations relating to its obligations to employees?: Critical evaluation by an NHS employee

Manoj George, Renju Joseph

The purpose of this paper is to provide an introduction to the existing regulations relating to the obligations of the NHS to its employees and to discuss whether the NHS…

Clinical risk assessment and management of service users

Alexis Bowers

The purpose of this study is to improve compliance with clinical risk procedures across a United Kingdom based mental health trust.

Safety as a hospital organizational priority: a case study

Yasmeen Alhatmi

Globally, safety in healthcare services has become an important focus. The Sultan Qaboos University Hospital (SQUH), located in the Sultanate of Oman in the Arabian Gulf…

Onsite handover of clinical care: implementing modified CHAPS

Abhijit Basu, Rohit Arora, Nancy Fernandes

The paper's aim is to determine the quality of transfer of information in relation to NHSLA criterion “on site handover of patient care” between doctors on delivery suite…

Challenge of introducing evidence based medicine into clinical practice: An example of local initiatives in paediatrics

Michael Ogundele

This article aims to review the available literature on how clinicians meet the daily challenge of translating medical information into clinical EBM. It also seeks to…

New governments: new policies

Allan D. Spigelman

This article's aim is to report on the influence of changing of the political guard on health care and health care policy.

A voluntary safe table to help competitive organizations collaborate on improving quality

Miriam Marcus‐Smith

Four Washington State associations came together to form a novel organization in response to rising healthcare sector costs, coupled with the need to ensure efficient…



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2003 – 2015

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