Organisational quality, nurse staffing and the quality of chronic disease management in primary care: Observational study using routinely collected data
Written by Griffiths , Peter, Maben, Jill and Murrells, Trevor
This study examines evidence from more than 4,000 General Practices across England and explores the relationship between the education and training of practice staff and quality of outcomes in a number of public health areas including COPD and diabetes. The results are telling and highlight the benefits education and training can have for health professionals and patients alike.
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Number of pages/format: 11
Published: June 2011
Categories: Evidence for education as a lever
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