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    Nurses’ experiences of clinical commissioning group boards

    Allan, H. and O’Driscoll, M. and Savage, J. and Lee, G. and Dixon, Roz (2016) Nurses’ experiences of clinical commissioning group boards. Nursing Standard 30 (42), pp. 46-55. ISSN 0029-6570.

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    Abstract

    AIM: To explore the experience of governing body nurses appointed to clinical commissioning group (CCG) boards; how they perform their responsibilities; and their perceived effectiveness in ensuring safe, patient-centred care and the factors that influence their effectiveness. METHOD: This was a small pilot study using a mixed methods approach. There were four phases of the study: literature review, qualitative data collection (interviews), quantitative data collection (survey), and final data analysis. FINDINGS: In the early stages of the formation of CCGs, few governing body nurses had relevant experience to meet the needs of a strategic role, and many of these nurses had no proper job description, too little time to carry out their responsibilities, little management support, and unequal access to training, development, formal support or supervision compared to GP colleagues. Two working patterns or models of work of governing body nurses emerged: the full-time integrated executive statutory role and the part-time non-executive statutory role. Quality and quality assurance were the most frequently cited roles or responsibilities of governing body nurses in CCGs, and their highest priority was to improve the population’s health. CONCLUSION: The role of governing body nurse has emerged at a time of organisational change, and following extensive criticism of nursing and nurses in the media. Nurses’ roles and experiences are affected by these contextual events and by the emerging structures and diversity of CCGs. Further research is required into the leadership role of governing body nurses, succession planning, and the effectiveness of their relationships with other senior nurses.

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    Item Type: Article
    Keyword(s) / Subject(s): clinical commissioning groups, governing body nurses, qualitative research, quantitative research
    School: Birkbeck Schools and Departments > School of Science > Psychological Sciences
    Depositing User: Administrator
    Date Deposited: 27 Jun 2016 10:59
    Last Modified: 27 Jun 2016 10:59
    URI: http://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/id/eprint/15639

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