publication . Article . 2016

Nurses’ experiences of clinical commissioning group boards

Helen Allan; Mike O’Driscoll; Jan Savage; Gay Lee; Roz Dixon;
Open Access English
  • Published: 15 Jun 2016
  • Publisher: RCN Publishing Company
  • Country: Mauritius
Abstract
Aim: To explore the experience of governing body nurses appointed to clinical commissioning group (CCG) boards; how they perform their responsibilities; and their perceived effectiveness in ensuring safe, patient-centred care and the factors that influence their effectiveness. Method: This was a small pilot study using a mixed methods approach. There were four phases of the study: literature review, qualitative data collection (interviews), quantitative data collection (survey), and final data analysis. Findings: In the early stages of the formation of CCGs, few governing body nurses had relevant experience to meet the needs of a strategic role, and many of thes...
Subjects
free text keywords: Succession planning, Job description, Qualitative property, Project commissioning, Nursing, Statutory law, Medicine, business.industry, business, Clinical governance, Population, education.field_of_study, education, Data collection
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