An Introduction To Excellence In Practice Development In Health And Social Care
This introductory text outlines what is meant by excellence in practice and explores the core contemporary issues used to illustrate excellence, including evidence-based practice, clinical governance, and health and social care standards.
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Chapter 1 Introducing practice development to facilitate excellence in care
Chapter 2 The drivers for excellence in health and social care
contemporary health and social care
Chapter 4 Changing organisational cultures and working environments
Chapter 5 Care standards and organisational accreditation schemes
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