Identifying quality improvement intervention evaluations: is consensus achievable?

@article{Danz2010IdentifyingQI,
  title={Identifying quality improvement intervention evaluations: is consensus achievable?},
  author={Marjorie S Danz and Lisa V Rubenstein and Susanne Hempel and Rachael Foy and Marika J Suttorp and Melissa M. Farmer and Paul Shekelle},
  journal={Quality & safety in health care},
  year={2010},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={
          279-83
        }
}
  • Marjorie S Danz, Lisa V Rubenstein, +4 authors Paul Shekelle
  • Published in
    Quality & safety in health…
    2010
  • Medicine
  • BACKGROUND The diversity of quality improvement interventions (QIIs) has impeded the use of evidence review to advance quality improvement activities. An agreed-upon framework for identifying QII articles would facilitate evidence review and consensus around best practices. AIM To adapt and test evidence review methods for identifying empirical QII evaluations that would be suitable for assessing QII effectiveness, impact or success. DESIGN Literature search with measurement of multilevel… CONTINUE READING

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