Increasing the Generalisability of Improvement Research with an Improvement Replication Programme

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Title: Increasing the Generalisability of Improvement Research with an Improvement Replication Programme
Author: Leviton, Laura; Ovretveit, John; Parry, Gareth John

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Citation: Ovretveit, John, Laura Leviton, and Gareth Parry. 2011. Increasing the generalisability of improvement research with an improvement replication programme. BMJ Quality and Safety 20(suppl 1): i87-i91.
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Abstract: If a quality improvement is found effective in one setting, would the same effects be found elsewhere? Could the same change be implemented in another setting? These are just two of the ‘generalisation questions’ which decision-makers face in considering whether to act on reported improvement. In this paper, some of the issues are considered and a programme of research for testing improvements in different settings is proposed to build theory and practical guidance about implementation and results in different settings.
Published Version: doi:10.1136/bmjqs.2010.046342
Other Sources: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3066696/pdf/
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