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COVID-19 outbreak: implications on healthcare operations
The authors provide a contemporary assessment of the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on healthcare operations, underscoring main economic and operational elements that can be affected, such as unforeseen demand, resources and capacity shortage.
Operationalising lean in healthcare: the impact of professionalism
The progress of Lean is found to be inhibited as medical professionals have failed to engage or provide clinical leadership in supporting the trajectory of Lean, resulting in limited outcomes, sustainability implications, and failed projects.
Mobility and Modernity in María Novaro's Sin dejar huella
which charts the journey of two women from the U.S.–Mexico border south to Cancún, provoked immediate comparisons between the Mexican director’s road film and British filmmaker Ridley Scott’s Thelma
Supply chain resilience during pandemic disruption: Evidence from healthcare
Purpose: This paper aims to explore how resilience is evident in healthcare supply chains in the public sector when faced with pandemic disruption and to identify any learnings to inform recovery and
Reverse exchange of healthcare devices: the case of hearing aid equipment in the UK
Findings illustrate that the end user behaviour of returning the device, and the requirement by NHS Procurement for manufacturers to meet RE targets are secondary to the importance of audiology departments who have the autonomy to design RE processes and successfully implement initiatives.
Contemporary Travel Writing of Latin America
This book considers how contemporary travelers from Latin America write their journeysat and about home.
Hispanic Travel Writing
  • C. Lindsay
  • History
    The Cambridge History of Travel Writing
  • 31 January 2019
The Medical Resuscitation Committee: Interprofessional Program Development to Optimize Care for Critically Ill Medical Patients in an Academic Pediatric Emergency Department.
Key components of the program are a database of all medical patients undergoing evaluation in the resuscitation suite, peer review and education through video-based case review, a program of emergency department in situ simulation, and the development of cognitive aids for high-acuity, low-frequency medical emergencies.
A Lean Healthcare Journey: the Scottish Experience
100 words) Lean has been adopted by public sector organisations to combat the growing challenges in tackling demand, capacity, service provision and issues around the reduction of errors and managing