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The Common Sense Guide to Improving Palliative Care

by Joanne Lynn

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Written by the leading quality improvement experts and clinicians, The Common Sense Guide to Improving Palliative Care provides a quick and easy 'how-to' introduction to quality improvement in palliative care. Each chapter features a case study that illustrates how successful quality improvement teams work and includes dozens of ideas for change that most groups can put into practice - now! In today's healthcare settings, too many patients and families suffer needlessly for dozens of reasons. Healthcare teams can and must take charge of reform. With equal measures of proven, practical advice and encouragement, The Common Sense Guide enables them to do just that in a wide array of settings.
Written by the leading quality improvement experts and clinicians, The Common Sense Guide to Improving Palliative Care provides a quick and easy "how-to" introduction to quality improvement in palliative care. Each chapter features a case study that illustrates how successful quality improvement teams work and includes dozens of ideas for change that most groups can put into practice - now! In today's healthcare settings, too many patients and families suffer needlessly for dozens of reasons. Healthcare teams can and must take charge of reform. With equal measures of proven, practical advice and encouragement, The Common Sense Guide enables them to do just that in a wide array of settings.
Review: Everyone who works in palliative care needs to read this gem of a guide to achieving measurable quality improvements in palliative care. ... This is a very practical, how-to-do-it book that is packed with useful information and written with an energy that is infectious. Highly recommended. Roger Woodruff,
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