Evaluating multidisciplinary staff engagement using the NoMAD instrument whilst Improving Tracheostomy Care

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The Improving Tracheostomy Care (ITC) Quality Improvement (QI) programme is a national initiative aiming improve care by incorporating best practice initiatives from the Global Tracheostomy Collaborative (GTC) into 20 diverse NHS trusts. Successful implementation into complex healthcare settings relies on individual and organisational factors. NoMAD is a theory-based validated research instrument used to measure implementation processes of complex interventions into the healthcare setting, from the perspective of those directly involved.

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  • Authors: J Goves, MC Healey, J Lynch, S Wallace, B Bonvento, A Owen, B Coe, C Doherty, BA McGrath, M Firn & T Finch
  • Keywords: The Otorhinolaryngologist, Tracheostomy, Improving Tracheostomy Care, Global Tracheostomy Collaborative (GTC)
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