The challenge of change in acute mental health services: measuring staff perceptions of barriers to change and their relationship to job status and satisfaction using a new measure (VOCALISE)

@inproceedings{Laker2014TheCO,
  title={The challenge of change in acute mental health services: measuring staff perceptions of barriers to change and their relationship to job status and satisfaction using a new measure (VOCALISE)},
  author={Caroline Laker and Felicity Callard and Clare Flach and Paul Howard Williams and Jane Sayer and Til Wykes},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Health services are subject to frequent changes, yet there has been insufficient research to address how staff working within these services perceive the climate for implementation. Staff perceptions, particularly of barriers to change, may affect successful implementation and the resultant quality of care. This study measures staff perceptions of barriers to change in acute mental healthcare. We identify whether occupational status and job satisfaction are related to these… CONTINUE READING
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