The Knowledge Library describes primarily New Zealand based research on quality and innovation in the health sector from the year 2000 onwards.
Current areas of focus include: clinical leadership; improvement methods; productivity (focusing initially on hospitals and shorter stays in emergency departments); health targets (including diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer), and oral health.
There are also a selection of abstracts from the international literature that have applicability to health system improvement activities in New Zealand.
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posted by Research Admin on 15 Mar 2012
Increasing economic pressures on healthcare systems raise concerns about how workforce cuts and reconfigurations may affect quality. Currently there are…
posted by Research Admin on 3 Apr 2012
Published 2012. Authors: Tsuen-Chiuan Tsai, Misha Eliasziw, Der-Fang Chen.
BMC Health Services Research, 12:79.
posted by Research Admin on 25 Aug 2011
Published 2011. Authors: Linda H. Aiken, Douglas M. Sloane, Sean Clarke, L. Poghosyan, Eunhee Cho, Liming You, Mary P. Finlayson, Masako Kanai-Pak, Yupin Aungsuroch.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 23(4), 357-364
posted by Research Admin on 7 Jun 2011
Published 2010. Authors: Timothy Kenealy, Barbara Docherty, Nicolette F. Sheridan, Ryan Gao.
Journal of Primary Health Care, 2(2), 136–141.