Understanding uptake of continuous quality improvement in Indigenous primary health care: lessons from a multi-site case study of the Audit and Best Practice for Chronic Disease project

Understanding uptake of continuous quality improvement in Indigenous primary health care: lessons from a multi-site case study of the Audit and Best Practice for Chronic Disease project Journal Article

Implementation Science

  • Author(s): Gardner, Karen L., Dowden, Michelle, Togni, Samantha, Bailie, Ross
  • Published: 2010
  • Volume: 5
  • ISBN: 1748-5908

Abstract: Experimentation with continuous quality improvement (CQI) processes is well underway in Indigenous Australian primary health care. To date, little research into how health organizations take up, support, and embed these complex innovations is available on which services can draw to inform implementation. In this paper, we examine the practices and processes in the policy and organisational contexts, and aim to explore the ways in which they interact to support and/or hinder services' participation in a large scale Indigenous primary health care CQI program.

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Gardner, Karen L., Dowden, Michelle, Togni, Samantha, Bailie, Ross, 2010, Understanding uptake of continuous quality improvement in Indigenous primary health care: lessons from a multi-site case study of the Audit and Best Practice for Chronic Disease project, Volume:5, Journal Article, viewed 13 June 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=40157.

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