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Working with consumers is now a common expectation in contemporary mental health services. Yet health professionals may not entirely understand the difference between patient and consumer roles. Alternatively, they may feel they do not have the skills or resources to deal with people in roles other than patient or carer. Nor may they be able to separate out(More)
AIM The aim of this study was to identify the enablers and barriers to guideline implementation in a primary healthcare setting by employing the Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services (PARIHS) framework as a template for data analysis and interpretation. BACKGROUND The use of clinical practice guidelines is pivotal to improving(More)
AIM The aim of this study was to explore the realities of everyday nursing practice associated with the implementation of a guideline for the assessment and management of cardiovascular risk. BACKGROUND The use of clinical practice guidelines is pivotal to improving health outcomes. However, the implementation of guidelines into practice is complex,(More)
Existing pedagogies assume old technologies-pencils, blackboards, and books. Newer technologies have fundamentally changed the cognitive cost of accessing information and the cognitive cost of problem-solving. These changes enable new pedagogies that fundamentally change the roles of students and instructors. Group Support Systems (GSS), one of these new(More)