Is change worth it? A gastric emptying case report

Author(s): Ana Santiago Pereira, Damion Bailey, Andre Nunes

Hospital: Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Reference: RAD Magazine, 47, 552, 11-12

Excerpt: 

There are numerous approaches to implementing change and making improvements in healthcare, with many of these stemming from established classic sciences and disciplines. Due to the rapidly evolving nature of healthcare provision, there are an increasing number of publications available to the scientific community detailing innovative methods for well established procedures for effecting change in clinical settings. To cope with such a high flow of information, implementation of in-house systems is crucial to maintaining a continuous improvement attitude guided by adequate and contemporaneous scientific evidence.

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