AffiliationMilford Nursing Home, Limerick.
Health Services for the Aged
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CitationImproving palliative care. 2009, 16 (2):14-7 Nurs Manag (Harrow)
JournalNursing management (Harrow, London, England : 1994)
AbstractAny service improvement project requires planning, action and evaluation. Using a recognised quality improvement framework can offer a structured approach to implementing and assessing changes to patient care. This article describes how use of the Deming Cycle has helped to identify nurses' learning needs.
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