Sökning: "modified Delphi study"
Hittade 4 avhandlingar innehållade orden modified Delphi study.
1. Segmentation and differentiation in defence supply chain design : A dynamic purchasing portfolio model for defence procurement
Sammanfattning : An important priority in the current Swedish Defence Bill is to increase the operational warfighting capability of the Swedish Armed Forces, which has implications for the defence supply chain. A recent study suggested that the Swedish Armed Forces should use segmentation of supplies and differentiation of supply chains to enable an affordable supply chain design (SCD). LÄS MER
2. Science and practice of balanced scorecard in a hospital in Pakistan : Feasibility, context, design and implementation
Sammanfattning : Background: Millennium Goals emphasize good governance and health systems research. In Pakistan, hospitals provide the major bulk of both basic and advanced care. LÄS MER
3. ICELANDIC NURSING HOME RESIDENTS: THEIR MORTALITY, HEALTH, FUNCTIONAL PROFILE, AND CARE QUALITY, USING THE MINIMUM DATA SET OVER TIME
Sammanfattning : The overall aim of this thesis was to investigate trends over time in residents’ health status, functional profile and predictors of mortality at admission to Icelandic nursing homes and in addition to determine upper and lower thresholds for Minimum Data Set (MDS) Quality Indicators, to investigate the prevalence of quality indicators over time and their association with the health status and functional profile of residents in Icelandic nursing homes. Studies I and II included 2,206 persons assessed over 11 years (1996-2006). LÄS MER
4. Clinical quality and performance measurement in the prehospital emergency medical services in the low-to-middle-income setting : developing clinical quality and performance indicators as a measure of care in South Africa
Sammanfattning : BACKGROUND: Measuring quality and safety in any healthcare setting however is highly contextual, and depends on the manner in which quality is defined or viewed within that setting. It is this contextual nature that has provoked significant debate and hindered efforts at developing formal standards or criteria for measuring quality and safety in healthcare, regardless of setting. LÄS MER