Thomas D'Aunno

This case shows how Fiona Jenkins, Head of Physiotherapy for South Devon Health Services, reviewed and redesigned the stroke service care pathway. She had just four months to present a proposal and then implement it in accordance with the National Service Framework (NSF) guidelines.

Published 14 Oct 2016

Reference 5351

Topic Leadership & Organisations

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This case shows how Fiona Jenkins, Head of Physiotherapy for South Devon Health Services, reviewed and redesigned the stroke service care pathway. She had just four months to present a proposal and then implement it in accordance with the National Service Framework (NSF) guidelines.

Published 14 Oct 2016

Reference 5351

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Europe

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In response to changing demographic and financing trends, this case describes the process used by the senior managers of five nursing and residential care facilities in the Noord Limberg region of Holland.

Published 30 Jun 2008

Reference 5520

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Europe

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Luke Petersen, a Swiss banker, faces up to his bank's structural, cyclical and market problems in health investment. This case scrutinises the infrastructure of technology transfer, the implementation of recent projects across different organisations and strategic considerations for the role of technology transfer in the future of European health investment. It provides an up-to-date study of a su

Published 28 Sep 2007

Reference 5467

Topic Strategy

Region Europe

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In 1981, David Levi opened a GP (primary care) practice in one of the poorest suburbs of Lyon.

Published 28 Sep 2007

Reference 5466

Topic Responsibility

Region Europe

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Tracey Burns, Director of Nursing at the King Edgar NHS Hospital Trust was assigned to head a project to improve the efficiency of patient flows throughout the hospital's system. The case describes how nurses are empowered to play a more proactive role in the process of discharging patients.

Published 01 Feb 2007

Reference 5354

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Europe

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This case describes how Robert Jones decides to go against the normal NHS practice and employ a full-time orthotist. He was under pressure with longer waiting lists and increasing patient complaints. In addition, the physiotherapy budget was going to be reduced by 3-4%, meaning that cost efficiency was paramount.

Published 01 Sep 2006

Reference 5352

Topic Strategy

Region Europe

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Deborah Jamieson, Advanced Practitioner at the University College London Hospital (UCLH) National Health Service (NHS) Trust, had been employed to set up nurse-led pre-admissions clinics within the Trust and to improve the existing day surgery clinics. The case describes how she manages to recruit and train nurses to run these clinics.

Published 01 Jul 2006

Reference 5353

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Europe

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This case examines how Martin McShane, a general practitioner and physician manager at the Moss Valley Medical Centre, changes the mindset of all the key players involved in caring for the elderly and implements a proactive, prevention-oriented care model. McShane is up against all the different elements of the NHS - primary care, social services and acute care.

Published 01 Jul 2006

Reference 5370

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Europe

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This case shows how Fiona Jenkins, Head of Physiotherapy for South Devon Health Services, reviewed and redesigned the stroke service care pathway. She had just four months to present a proposal and then implement it in accordance with the National Service Framework (NSF) guidelines.

Published 01 Jul 2006

Reference 5351

Topic Leadership & Organisations

Region Europe

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