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|Waterloo Academy, UK|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: Adv Practice Nurs|
|Nursing practice have direct experience of how changing clinical commissioning in the community affect the quality of care patients receive, so it is important that they engage with commissioning to influence decisions and identification of patients needs, the quality and direction of service. This research article seeks to demystify commissioning priorities and implications for nursing practice drawing on findings from a survey of Commissioning for Quality and Innovation indicators for nursing. The article focuses specifically on commissioning goals, highlighting the impact on NHS priorities on quality assessment in practice nursing. Implications for nursing/multidisciplinary holistic care will be discussed and will detail the community-based participatory research approach, mixed-methods research methodology, and helpful hints for those interested in applying these principles to other decision making /clinical settings.|
Mike Sonny has his expertise in evaluation and passion in Clinical Commissioning, improving the management, health and well-being. He is currently Principal/ Director of Health Education at Waterloo Academy.
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