Successful implementation of an enhanced recovery after surgery programme for elective colorectal surgery: a process evaluation of champions’ experiences

@inproceedings{Conn2015SuccessfulIO,
  title={Successful implementation of an enhanced recovery after surgery programme for elective colorectal surgery: a process evaluation of champions’ experiences},
  author={Lesley Gotlib Conn and M. 1849 McKenzie and Emily A. Pearsall and Robin S. McLeod},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) is a multimodal evidence-based approach to patient care that has become the standard in elective colorectal surgery. Implemented globally, ERAS programmes represent a considerable change in practice for many surgical care providers. Our current understanding of specific implementation and sustainability challenges is limited. In January 2013, we began a 2-year ERAS implementation for elective colorectal surgery in 15 academic hospitals in… CONTINUE READING
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