Affiliation: University of Birmingham
- Using performance indicators to improve health care quality in the public sector: a review of the literatureTim Freeman
Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, UK
Health Serv Manage Res 15:126-37. 2002..Factors that help in the derivation, implementation and use of indicator systems include clear objectives, involvement of stakeholders in development, and use of 'soft' data to aid interpretation...
- Achieving progress through clinical governance? A national study of health care managers' perceptions in the NHS in EnglandT Freeman
Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2RT, UK
Qual Saf Health Care 13:335-43. 2004....
- Evaluating partnerships: a case study of integrated specialist mental health servicesTim Freeman
Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Health Soc Care Community 14:408-17. 2006..Some implications for partnership evaluations are considered...
- 'Best practice' in focus group research: making sense of different viewsTim Freeman
Lecturer in Health Policy, Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
J Adv Nurs 56:491-7. 2006..Considerations of the analysis of focus group data are beyond the scope of this paper...
- Structures and processes for priority-setting by health-care funders: a national survey of primary care trusts in EnglandSuzanne Robinson
University of Birmingham Health Services Management Centre, Birmingham, UK
Health Serv Manage Res 25:113-20. 2012..Furthermore, if we are genuinely interested in a more explicit approach to priority-setting, then fostering a more inclusive and transparent process will be required...
- Prevention of malaria in Afghanistan through social marketing of insecticide-treated nets: evaluation of coverage and effectiveness by cross-sectional surveys and passive surveillanceMark Rowland
HealthNet International, Peshawar, Pakistan London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK
Trop Med Int Health 7:813-22. 2002..The abundance of Anopheles stephensi, the main vector, did not appear to be affected by ITN. ITN constitute one of the few feasible options for protection against malaria in chronic emergencies...