Person

Jeffrey Braithwaite

Recently added resources

Report

5 Sep 2018
417

This resource aims to shine a light on how qualitative methods are being used in health services and medical research contexts, and how they might be used more effectively.

Literature review

28 Feb 2016
119

This Evidence Check review examined organisations that have a key role in healthcare performance measurement and reporting across developed economies. A total of 34 organisations from 12 countries were included in the analysis, with the aim of identifying trends in terms of mandates, functions, structure...

Briefing paper

11 Apr 2013
40

The research evidence shows that accreditation is a useful tool for stimulating improvements in the quality and safety of health services.

Accreditation programs are deployed widely to monitor and promote safety and quality in healthcare. Governments, health service organisations and accreditation agencies have invested...

Journal article

1 Feb 2012
6

Introduction: In recent years in keeping with international best practice, clinical guidelines for common conditions have been developed, endorsed and disseminated by peak national and professional bodies. Yet evidence suggests that there remain considerable gaps between the care that is regarded as appropriate by...

Report

6 Apr 2009
131

This report considers the Royal Darwin Hospital's current policy framework, practices supporting clinical governance and the structural relationships between corporate and clinical governance within the hospital and between the hospital and the NT Department of Health and Families.

The review was conducted by Ms....

Items authored 5