Developing a framework to guide the de-adoption of low-value clinical practices in acute care medicine: a study protocol

  title={Developing a framework to guide the de-adoption of low-value clinical practices in acute care medicine: a study protocol},
  author={J. Parsons Leigh and D. Niven and J. Boyd and H. Stelfox},
  journal={BMC Health Services Research},
  • J. Parsons Leigh, D. Niven, +1 author H. Stelfox
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • BMC Health Services Research
  • BackgroundHealthcare systems have difficulty incorporating scientific evidence into clinical practice, especially when science suggests that existing clinical practices are of low-value (e.g. ineffective or harmful to patients). While a number of lists outlining low-value practices in acute care medicine currently exist, less is known about how best to initiate and sustain the removal of low-value clinical practices (i.e. de-adoption). This study will develop a comprehensive list of barriers… CONTINUE READING
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