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Author Calnan, Michael
Title Trust Matters in Health Care
Imprint Berkshire : McGraw-Hill Education, 2008
©2008
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Note FRONT COVER -- HALF TITLE -- STATE OF HEALTH SERIES -- TITLE PAGE -- COPYRIGHT PAGE -- DEDICATION -- CONTENTS -- SERIES EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION -- PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- CHAPTER 1 TRUST IN THE CONTEXT OF HEALTHCARE -- THE DECLINE IN TRUST: A DISCOURSE -- THE SALIENCE OF TRUST IN HEALTHCARE -- TRUST AND ITS CONSTRUCTION -- DOES TRUST MATTER? -- THE 'DARK SIDE' OF TRUST -- RESEARCHING TRUST RELATIONS -- FOCUS OF THE RESEARCH: STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK -- CHAPTER 2 TRUST IN THE NHS: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONTEXT - THE 'NEW NHS' -- THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT GOVERNANCE MODELS ON TRUST IN HEALTHCARE -- TRUST, CLINICAL GOVERNANCE AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT -- TRUST AND PATIENT CHOICE -- TRUST AND PATIENT PARTICIPATION IN DISEASE MANAGEMENT -- PROFESSIONALISM, CLAIMS MAKING AND TRUST -- THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR TRUST RELATIONS IN THE 'NEW NHS' -- METHODOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS -- CHAPTER 3 TRUST BETWEEN PATIENTS AND CLINICIANS -- THE NATURE OF TRUST RELATIONS BETWEEN DIABETES PATIENTS AND CLINICIANS IN PRIMARY CARE -- THE NATURE OF TRUST RELATIONS BETWEEN HIP REPLACEMENT PATIENTS AND CLINICIANS IN SECONDARY CARE -- TYPES OF TRUST BETWEEN PATIENTS AND CLINICIANS -- DIMENSIONS OF TRUST -- HOW TRUST IS BUILT AND LOST -- HIGH TRUST AND LOW TRUST BEHAVIOUR -- BENEFITS AND DISADVANTAGES OF TRUST -- CONCLUSIONS -- CHAPTER 4 TRUST BETWEEN CLINICIANS -- THE NATURE OF TRUST RELATIONS BETWEEN CLINICIANS IN PRIMARY CARE -- THE NATURE OF TRUST RELATIONS BETWEEN CLINICIANS IN SECONDARY CARE -- TYPES OF TRUST BETWEEN CLINICIANS -- DIMENSIONS OF TRUST -- HOW TRUST IS BUILT AND LOST BETWEEN CLINICIANS -- TRUST LOSING -- HIGH TRUST AND LOW TRUST BEHAVIOUR -- BENEFITS AND DISADVANTAGES OF TRUST -- CONCLUSIONS -- CHAPTER 5 TRUST RELATIONS BETWEEN CLINICIANS, MANAGERS AND PATIENTS -- THE NATURE OF TRUST RELATIONS WITH MANAGERS IN PRIMARY CARE
THE NATURE OF TRUST RELATIONS WITH MANAGERS IN SECONDARY CARE -- TYPES OF TRUST -- CONDITIONAL AND UNCONDITIONAL TRUST -- DIMENSIONS OF TRUST -- Acting in the Interests of Others -- HOW TRUST IS BUILT AND LOST BETWEEN CLINICIANS, PATIENTS AND MANAGERS -- TRUST LOSING -- HIGH AND LOW TRUST BEHAVIOUR -- BENEFITS AND DISADVANTAGES OF TRUST -- CONCLUSIONS -- CHAPTER 6 TRUST STILL MATTERS IN HEALTHCARE? -- TRUST FROM THE PATIENT'S PERSPECTIVE -- INTER-PRACTITIONER TRUST -- TRUST IN HEALTHCARE MANAGERS -- THE EXPLANATORY POWER OF THE THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK -- IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY: ACCOUNTABILITY, PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND TRUST -- IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY: TRUST AND PATIENT CHOICE -- TRUST AND QUALITY OF CARE -- INSTITUTIONAL TRUST -- AN AGENDA FOR FUTURE RESEARCH -- CONCLUSIONS -- APPENDIX: CASE STUDY SELECTION AND METHODS -- CASE STUDY 1: DIABETES -- CASE STUDY 2: HIP SURGERY -- REFERENCES -- INDEX -- BACK COVER
Has increasing patient self-management changed trust relations with health professionals, potentially requiring a more equal relationship based on mutual trust? This book provides a theoretical and policy analysis of the nature, salience and impact of trust on relations between patients, clinicians, and health service managers
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Calnan, Michael Trust Matters in Health Care Berkshire : McGraw-Hill Education,c2008 9780335222834
Subject Medical care -- Great Britain -- Psychological aspects.;Medical personnel and patient -- Great Britain
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Alt Author Rowe, Rosemary
Calnan, Michael
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