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Breast cancer teams: the impact of constitution, new cancer workload, and methods of operation on their effectiveness
This study showed that workload new cancer annual caseload of the team related to the actual time committed by each breast team member predicted the quality of clinical care provided by
Pharmaceutical care for elderly patients shared between community pharmacists and general practitioners: a randomised evaluation. RESPECT (Randomised Evaluation of Shared Prescribing for Elderly people in the Community over Time) [ISRCTN16932128]
RESPECT Randomised Evaluation of Shared Prescribing for Elderly people in the Community over Time [ISRCTN16932128] I Wong*1, P Campion2, S Coulton3, B Cross3, H Edmondson4, A Farrin3, G
Selecting indicators for strategic performance management
The findings of a survey of a selection of UK authorities indicates that the move towards an outcome oriented approach to strategy assessment is broadly welcomed but that there are
Priority setting for research in health care: An application of value of information analysis to glycoprotein IIb/IIIa antagonists in non-ST elevation acute coronary syndrome
Although, with current information, the optimum decision is to continue with usual care Strategy 4, the VOI analysis suggests that, for a threshold value of £10,000 per additional QALY,
The DAMASK trial protocol: a pragmatic randomised trial to evaluate whether GPs should have direct access to MRI for patients with suspected internal derangement of the knee
The DAMASK trial protocol: a pragmatic randomised trial to evaluate whether GPs should have direct access to MRI for patients with suspected internal derangement of the knee Stephen D
A qualitative study of primary care clinicians' views of treating childhood obesity
Conclusion The GPs and practice nurses in our sample felt that their role in obesity management was centred upon raising the issue of a child's weight, but that the responsibility of
Effects of upward feedback on leadership behaviour toward subordinates
Leadership behaviour and upward feedback, Page 2 Abstract A sample of 48 managers and 308 staff members of a community health care organization took part in a study to investigate the
The role of professional discourses in the organisational adaptation of information systems
Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/ This is an author produced version of a paper published in International Journal of Information Management...
The effectiveness of non-substantive and substantive responses in the repair of employee trust in management
The aim of the research documented in this thesis was to test the effectiveness of non-substantive responses i.e., verbal and substantive responses i.e., behavioural in the repair of
Transformational and shared leadership in self-organising teams: an action research study
This quantitative action-oriented research study investigated shared leadership behaviour and shared leadership competencies in self-organising software development teams, examining the
Illusions of team working in health care.
Findings: Underpinned by the Input-Process-Output framework of team effectiveness, team composition, team task, and organisational support are viewed as critical inputs that influence
Re-reading masculine organization: Phallic, testicular and seminal metaphors
Where the phallic metaphor focuses attention on power and control, the testicular and seminal metaphors highlight aspects of masculinity that are more relational and creative and bring
Men under pressure: Representations of the 'salaryman' and his organization in Japanese manga
In contrast to representations of the male white-collar worker in mainstream American popular culture, where he is regularly portrayed as a sad, lonely, desperate, greedy, or cruel
Managing the delivery of iconic football stadiums in England
In addition to the client and stakeholder issues, consideration of the choice of procurement route and design management presents another challenge at the formative stages of delivering
Collaborative Depression Trial (CADET): multi-centre randomised controlled trial of collaborative care for depression - study protocol
Collaborative care is a complex combination of clinician and patient education, consultation-liaison between primary and secondary care clinicians and case management [10], translated
The systematic guideline review: method, rationale, and test on chronic heart failure
Methodological quality varied broadly between both guidelines ranging from 0.2 to 0.7 and domains Table 3 and the key results of the most important domains for the SGR were as follows:
Delivering employability in a vanguard active welfare state : the case of Greater Copenhagen in Denmark
References Andersen J, Torfing J, 2002 Netvaerksteering i velfaerdsamfundet: de lokale koordinationsudvalg Centre for Labour Market Research, Aalborg University, Denmark Andersen S K,
Poverty, Maternal Depression, Family Status and Children's Cognitive and Behavioural Development in Early Childhood: A Longitudinal Study
Before taking into account the background factors we see that children living in persistently poor families have very high odds of exhibiting delay on the cognitive tests with odds 7 to