In the name of of Allah the Merciful

دانلود کتاب بهبود پایدار بهداشت و درمان: پیوند خلاقانه نتایج مراقبت، عملکرد سیستم و توسعه حرفه ای

Sustainably Improving Health Care: Creatively Linking Care Outcomes, System Performance and Professional Development by Paul Batalden . ISBNs: 1846195217, 978-1846195211, 9781846195211, B00IR9HNO2

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سال انتشار: 2012
زبان: انگلیسی
فرمت: PDF
ناشر: CRC Press,  ‎ Radcliffe Publishing

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 Culture,  Context and Quality in Health Sciences Research, Education, Leadership  and Patient Care (Second book in a series of five) Sustainably Improving  Health Care promotes the importance of integrating improved care  outcomes, system performance, and professional development so that the  future of health-care advancement is creative and sustainable. It  addresses the challenge of creating and nurturing a culture of  continuous improvement that is able to sustain and generate creative  professional work for the improvement of health care. Using real-world  examples, the book succinctly reveals how the model can be practically  applied from a variety of different perspectives. "This book makes the  persuasive argument that well-intended efforts to redesign and reform  health care will enjoy only short lives without the full commitment and  engagement of the health-care worker - the product of the  sustainability- and capacity-building engine of professional  development." Dave Davis MD, CCFP, FCFP, in the Foreword "This book is  about a model that has emerged from our own work, our observations of  the work of colleagues and others, and our refl ections about the  requirements for the future of the continual improvement of health care.  We explore its origins, its content and manifestations, and its  implications, particularly for health professional leaders interested in  the ongoing improvement of health care. Form and vitality develop in  the model as it engages reality - the reality of trying to create  cultures of sustainable, generative approaches to the ongoing  improvement of health care." From the Preface