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... and sustainability of innovations in health service delivery and organisation" by Trisha Greenhalgh et al. ... Sustaining Health Care Practice Change: The Experience of Best Practice Spotlight Organizations Implementing and Sustaining RNAO Best Practice Guidelines ... FILTER CITATIONS BY YEAR. 2004. 2019 ...
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are not good enough for them – somehow we need to find a way to tap into ... Professional fear was a big barrier at first, but support to try new ..... This way, referrers do not need to stay up-to-date on the range or contacts of community groups and ...... O., Macfarlane, F. and Peacock, R. (2004) 'How to spread good ideas.
Greenhalgh et al. (2004) make a distinction between diffusion (passive spread) and ... remain in use only where they were first implemented, as 'islands of improvement'. ... place and does not spread further as 'sticky', Szulanski (2003) dates 'the best practices ... However, the rapid spread of 'good ideas' can be damaging.
NCCSDO 2004. 2. Contents ..... research': 1 rural sociology, where Everett Rogers first developed his highly ... health promotion, in which innovations were defined as good ideas for ...... Trisha Greenhalgh – biomedicine, social and political sciences; systematic ...... For a more up-to-date review of such approaches see the.
The following is a summary of many of the best practices employed by these highly ... A peer-reviewed journal that reports contemporary activities in planning, design, ... Louise Thomas became joint editor with Sebastian Loew in 2004 when John ... The initial flux of built environment and health research culminated in a ...
In this first LIPSE paper we want to develop an integrative framework for the projects ..... innovation for the social and public good, or as new ideas (products, ...... (Greenhalgh et al, 2004; Korteland & Bekkers, 2008; Behn, 2008; Bhatti et al, 2011). ... innovations have spread in the public sector in different countries in which ...
Trisha Greenhalgh at University of Oxford ... We took as our initial unit of analysis the unfolding 'storyline' of a research tradition over time.
In 2004 and 2005, Greenhalgh et al published a multilevel framework .... (to date) 18 patient participants and 1 spouse, 1 patient focus group; ... We developed initial versions of the nonadoption, abandonment, scale-up, spread, and .... to out-of-range results and offered suggestions for changes in therapy, ...
idea to subsequent best practice (an innovation with a local track record of success), and finally ... 1 See, for instance: Greenhalgh et al 2004; Fleuren et al 2004; Wejnert 2002; Brown and ... However, this year will be the first time these awards involve anything more ... To date, however, only the regional cancer networks are.
Citation: Greenhalgh, T., Robert, G., Bate, P., Kyriakidou, O., Macfarlane, F., & Peacock, R. (2004). How to spread good ideas - A systematic ...
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