Clinical Governance: An International Journal: Volume 19 Issue 3


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An inspector calls

Nick Harrop, Alan Gillies

The purpose of this paper is to summarise key concepts within clinical governance by reference to literature, and to present the topic of statutory clinical governance…

Freedom of choice requires availability of choice options

David Birnbaum

– The purpose of this paper is to describe divergent recent developments in provision of reproductive health services to North Americans.

National standards: improving patient rights and safety of health services

Lisa O’Farrell, Michael Byrne, Linda Moore

Regulation is increasingly being used in healthcare to influence the behaviour of healthcare organisations. Since 2006, a key change in Ireland has been the introduction…

An evaluation of handover for the core trainees in psychiatry in the North Western Deanery

Gareth Thomas, Venu Duddu, Rupali Acharya

Handover is essential to ensure high quality care. It is also a dynamic educational opportunity for trainee doctors. In the UK, the General Medical Council's annual…

Clinical governance, corporate social responsibility, health service quality, and brand equity

Luu Trong Tuan

Brand equity of hospitals is built on patient care service quality. Through the testing of the hypotheses on the relationships between brand equity and its precursors, the…

Connecting practice: a practitioner centred model of supervision

Susan A. Nancarrow, Rachael Wade, Anna Moran, Julia Coyle, Jennifer Young, Dianne Boxall

– The purpose of this paper is to analyse existing clinical supervision frameworks to develop a supervision meta-model.

Utility of clinical technology-processes for developing countries

Nikunj Agarwal, M.P. Sebastian

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the utility of clinical processes in healthcare institutions of different sizes. The implications of adoption rate of computerized…

The empirical study on patient loyalty: The role of trust, perceived value, and satisfaction (a case study from Bekasi, Indonesia)

Sik Sumaedi, I Gede Mahatma Yuda Bakti, Tri Rakhmawati, Nidya J. Astrini, Tri Widianti, Medi Yarmen

– The purpose this paper is to investigate the simultaneous effects of satisfaction, perceived value, and trust on loyalty in healthcare services.

CGIJ review

Fiona MacVane Phipps

– The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the content of the current issue of CGIJ.



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