Tag Archives: Culture Change

Transformational Change in Health and Care: Learning From Case Studies (King’s Fund)

Summary A recent King’s Fund report explores diverse examples of successful transformational change, i.e. those which tend to focus on improving the lives of patients, to see if there are lessons for leadership style and organisational culture. Four case studies … Continue reading

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System to Measure and Prevent Medication Errors Under Development (Department of Health and Social Care / EEPRU)

Summary The Department of Health and Social Care now has a system to help identify, monitor and prevent medication errors. The aim is to help ensure the NHS becomes the safest healthcare system in the world, as well as avoiding … Continue reading

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Exploring the Potential of Quality Improvement in Mental Health (King’s Fund / BJGP)

Summary A recent King’s Fund report explores the application of quality improvement approaches to improving the quality of mental health care. It is asserted that continuing improvements are best achieved by “empowering frontline teams, service users and carers to design, … Continue reading

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The Reproducibilty Problem / Replication Crisis in Science: a Pervasive Issue in Medicine? (BBC News / Nature / Elife)

Summary It has been estimated that between 65% and 90% of researchers typically fail to reproduce fellow scientists’ research results. The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology has raised awareness of the prevalence of this problem in biomedical science. The issues are … Continue reading

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