The adoption, local implementation and assimilation into routine nursing practice of a national quality improvement programme: the Productive Ward in England.

@article{Robert2011TheAL,
  title={The adoption, local implementation and assimilation into routine nursing practice of a national quality improvement programme: the Productive Ward in England.},
  author={Glenn Robert and Elizabeth M Morrow and Jill Maben and Peter Griffiths and Lynn Callard},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 7-8},
  pages={1196-207}
}
AIM AND OBJECTIVE To explore why innovations in service and delivery are adopted and how they are then successfully implemented and eventually assimilated into routine nursing practice. BACKGROUND The 'Productive Ward' is a national quality improvement programme that aims to engage nursing staff in the implementation of change at ward level. DESIGN Mixed methods (analysis of routine data, online survey, interviews) to apply an evidence-based diffusion of innovations framework. METHOD (1… CONTINUE READING

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