Clinical Directorates In The Irish Health Services: Managing Resources and Patient Safety
The introduction of the clinical directorate model for the organisation of the Irish health services is examined here in the light of managing resources and patient safety.
In 2008 the clinical directorate model became the accepted method for the organisation of the Irish health services. It was one of the most significant developments in the Irish health services in recent years.
Yvonne O'Shea explores the history and development of clinical directorates over the last thirty years to understand this model and make suggestions as to the involvement of of clinicians in management and decision making.
|Publication date||14 Aug 2009|
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