IMPLEMENTING CHANGE WITH CLINICAL AUDIT
Introduces a systematic approach for implementing change in audit
Explores the similarities between audit and learning
Discusses multidisciplinary audit between primary and secondary care
Draws on behavioural and organisational factors
Describes the practical use of marketing techniques
Implementing Change with Clinical Audit is essential reading for all audit staff, health care managers, policy makers and staff involved in clinical governance, and practising clinicians.
Table of Contents:
The Role of Clinical Audit in Changing Performance (R. Baker).
Evidence and Audit (R. Baker).
A Systematic Approach to Managing Change (N. Robertson).
Overcoming Obstacles to Changes (H. Hearnshaw & R. Baker).
Audit and Learning (G. Brown, et al.).
Audit Across Interfaces (M. Eccles, et al.).
Good Clinical Audit Requires Teamwork (C. McCrea).
Implementing Change with Audit: The Role of Management (J. Shapiro).
Internal Communications and the Management of Change (O. Hargie & D. Tourish).
Getting the Message Across - Language, Translation, Marketing and Selling (R. Eve & P. Hodgkin).