Published January 2001
by Radcliffe Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
Evidence‐based Management a Practical Guide for Health Professionals Rosemary Stewart Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd 18 Marcham Road, Abingdon, Oxford OX14 1AA. management evidence-based. This book by Rose-mary Stewart, a respected international teacher and researcher in management, is therefore timely. It is not an academic text in that it does not advance theory or provide a critical analysis of evidence-based manage-ment. It is a slim, easily digestible practical guide for health professionals and. This guide applies the principles of evidence-based medicine to health management, and shows how to apply best evidence to decision-making, as well as how performance can be assessed and improved. It describes possible obstacles, and how to overcome them. PDF | On , David J Hunter published Evidence-based management: a practical guide for health professionals | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
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