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Understanding and Managing Change in Healthcare

A Step-by-Step Guide

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 264
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Paperback - 9781137022769

30 October 2013

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Change happens constantly in healthcare contexts and professionals, whether newly qualified or managing staff, need to be ready to understand, adapt to, manage and implement change as necessary whilst continuing to work...

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Change happens constantly in healthcare contexts and professionals, whether newly qualified or managing staff, need to be ready to understand, adapt to, manage and implement change as necessary whilst continuing to work effectively in busy environments. Unlike most change management texts, this book focuses specifically on change in frontline healthcare practice. It covers the process of change from problem identification, to evaluation of new practice, to continuation of change. Offering practical guidance in an accessible style, all health professionals alike should not be without this book.

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New and subject specific approach: health professionals will no longer have to rely on high level or generalised texts on change management this is just for them

Based around frontline healthcare practice situations: offers scenarios, practical guidance and worked examples, which can actually be applied to genuine situations

Author's easytoread style is key strength: in contrast to dry theoretical management texts currently available this accessible text is written by a health professional for health professionals

1. Introduction
2. Identifying a Need for Change
3. Motivation for Change
4. Planning Change
5. Barriers to Change
6. Rolling out New Practice
7. Multidisciplinary Change
8. Evaluating Change
9. Change that Doesn't Work Out
10. Maintaining Change
11. Disseminating New Evidence.

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Jaqui Hewitt-Taylor is Senior Lecturer in Practice Development at the School of Health and Social Care at Bournemouth University, UK.

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Jaqui Hewitt-Taylor is Senior Lecturer in Practice Development at the School of Health and Social Care at Bournemouth University, UK.

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