Leadership in Health Services: Volume 26 Issue 2


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Leveraging the Patient‐Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model as a health care logistics support strategy

Jerry D. VanVactor

The purpose of this work is to add to professional practice and academia information related specifically to health care supply chain management and to demonstrate how an existing…

Error proofing healthcare: an analysis of low cost, easy to implement and effective solutions

Jamison V. Kovach, Lee Revere, Ken Black

This study aims to provide healthcare managers with a meaningful synthesis of state of the art knowledge on error proofing strategies. The purpose is to provide a foundation for…


The influence of professional identity on the process of nurses' training: an empirical study

Mário Franco, Paulo Tavares

This paper aims to analyze the relationship between professional identity and the training of nurses in the context of change. Specifically, this study aims to focus on two…


Registered nurses' views on nursing competence at residential facilities

Carina Furåker, Nilsson Agneta

The aim of this paper is to describe registered nurses' (RNs') ways of working and their views on what competence they require, make use of and wish to develop when caring for…


Healthcare leadership: learning from evaluation

John Edmonstone

The purpose of this paper is to review eight major evaluations of leadership and management development programmes in parts of the UK National Health Service and also to identify…

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