Measuring the context of care in an Australian acute care hospital: a nurse survey

@inproceedings{Schultz2010MeasuringTC,
  title={Measuring the context of care in an Australian acute care hospital: a nurse survey},
  author={Timothy John Schultz and Alison Kitson},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND This study set out to achieve three objectives: to test the application of a context assessment tool in an acute hospital in South Australia; to use the tool to compare context in wards that had undergone an evidence implementation process with control wards; and finally to test for relationships between demographic variables (in particular experience) of nurses being studied (n = 422) with the dimensions of context. METHODS The Alberta Context Tool (ACT) was administered to all… CONTINUE READING

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