Making change last: applying the NHS institute for innovation and improvement sustainability model to healthcare improvement

@inproceedings{Doyle2013MakingCL,
  title={Making change last: applying the NHS institute for innovation and improvement sustainability model to healthcare improvement},
  author={Cathal Doyle and Cathy Howe and Thomas Woodcock and Rowan Myron and Karen J Phekoo and Chris McNicholas and Jessica Saffer and Derek Bell},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2013}
}
The implementation of evidence-based treatments to deliver high-quality care is essential to meet the healthcare demands of aging populations. However, the sustainable application of recommended practice is difficult to achieve and variable outcomes well recognised. The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement Sustainability Model (SM) was designed to help healthcare teams recognise determinants of sustainability and take action to embed new practice in routine care. This article describes… CONTINUE READING
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