By Justin Waring, Emma Rowley
This edited quantity of unique chapters brings jointly researchers from worldwide who're exploring the elements of well-being care association and supply which are occasionally marginal to mainstream sufferer security theories and methodologies yet provide vital insights into the socio-cultural and organizational context of sufferer security. by means of analyzing those serious insights or views and drawing upon theories and methodologies usually overlooked through mainstream protection researchers, this assortment indicates we will research extra approximately not just the limitations and drivers to imposing sufferer protection programmes, but additionally in regards to the extra basic matters that form notions of protection, trade ideas for reinforcing protection, and the broader implications of the protection schedule at the way forward for wellbeing and fitness care supply. In so doing, A Socio-cultural viewpoint on sufferer defense demanding situations the taken-for-granted assumptions round primary philosophical and political concerns upon which mainstream orthodoxy is based. The e-book attracts upon quite a number theoretical and empirical techniques from around the social sciences to enquire and query the sufferer security stream. each one bankruptcy takes as its concentration and query a specific point of the sufferer protection reforms, from its coverage context and theoretical foundations to its useful program and manifestation in scientific perform, while additionally contemplating the broader implications for the association and supply of wellbeing and fitness care companies. therefore, the chapters each one draw upon a special theoretical or methodological method of severely discover particular dimensions of the sufferer protection time table. Taken as an entire, the gathering advances a powerful, coherent argument that's a lot had to counter the various uncritical assumptions that have to be defined and analyzed if sufferer safeguard is certainly to be accomplished
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Extra info for A socio-cultural perspective on patient safety
Justin Waring is Professor of Health Systems and Policy at Nottingham University Business School. His research seeks to develop theoretical and methodological synthesis across social science disciplines to better understand clinical risk and organizational learning. This includes a study on the implementation of incident reporting, an ethnographic study of the threats to patient safety in the operating theatre, a real-time study of accident investigation, an evaluation of electronic prescribing in primary care and a mixed-methods study of learning across organizational and occupational boundaries in new clinical settings.
In all cases an assessment of whether a story was linked or attributable to a PSRP study was made by reading the story in full and searching for specific references to the study, to the institution in which the study was undertaken and/or to the principal or co-investigators on the study. A common criticism of medical and scientific communication studies is that 舖researchers studying media舗 are in fact 舖researchers study[ing] newspapers舗 (Gregory and Miller 1998: 105), and we therefore endeavoured also to include the outputs of non-textual broadcast media in our search strategy.
Josephine Ocloo舗s background is in social work. Now specializing in patient safety, her research interests include medical harm, patient safety and empowering patients and the public in patient safety, tackling health inequalities, racism and broader areas of discrimination. Cecily Palmer is a research fellow at University College London, UK. Cecily led the fieldwork and data analysis for a synthesis and narrative review of the research commissioned under the Patient Safety Research Portfolio (PSRP) 舑 the UK舗s main source of funding for patient safety research.