Sodipress a le plaisir de vous faire part de cette étude au sujet d’actualité: La santé publique dans toute sa dimension humaine et professionnelle et quelles sont les améliorations à apporter ?

The scoping research conducted for this report aimed to identify and share learning
about the influences on quality improvement processes and to identify potential themes
and issues to explore in future research in this space. Although we adopted a relatively broad
view of quality improvement, the scope of our work excluded improvement efforts related to
productivity or broader efforts to improve the social determinants of health. We built on the
definition of quality improvement proposed by Batalden et al. [5], referring to quality
improvement as ‘the combined and unceasing efforts of everyone – healthcare professionals,
patients and their families, researchers, payers, planners and educators – to make the changes that will lead to better patient outcomes (health), better system performance (care) and better professional development (learning).’ We see this definition as compatible with a view of safety and patient experience as dimensions of quality of care [6]. Within this, we considered ‘changes’ to include not only changes in management and governance, but also in
behaviours, cultures and relationships. The study was primarily conducted using a rapid
evidence assessment (REA) approach (further detail is available in Section 2 and Annex A).

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