Healthcare Improvement

Engaging Healthcare Staff and Stakeholders in Healthcare Simulation Modelling for Research Translation: A Systematic Review

Peer reviewed: Yes. Authors: Zabell, Thea Simone and Long, Katrina M and Scott, Debbie and Hope, Judith and McLoughlin, Ian and Enticott, Joanne. Publication: Frontiers in Health Services. Year: 2021 DOI: Method: A systematic review on simulation modelling studies with a health outcome which engaged stakeholders in model design. Message: There is a large gap in the current literature of formal evaluation of simulation modelling stakeholder engagement, and a lack of consensus about the processes required for effective simulation modelling stakeholder engagement.

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Regional planning for meaningful person-centred care in mental health: context is the signal not the noise

Peer reviewed: Yes. Authors: Rock, D and Cross, SP Publication: Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences Year: 2020 DOI: doi:10.1017/S2045796020000153 Method: Editorial. Message: To ensure planned and provided care is most appropriate to more than merely the ‘average’ person requires a combination of (1) relevant, local and sophisticated data planning, collection and analysis systems, (2) more detailed person-centred service planning and delivery and (3) system accountability through co-design and transparent public reporting of health system performance in a manner that is understandable, relevant, and locally applicable.

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