Implementation of departmental quality strategies is positively associated with clinical practice: Results of a multicenter study in 73 hospitals in 7 european countries

Rosa Sunol, Cordula Wagner, Onyebuchi A. Arah, Solvejg Kristensen, Holger Pfaff, Niek Klazinga, Caroline A. Thompson, Aolin Wang, Maral DerSarkissian, Paul Bartels, Philippe Michel, Oliver Groene, D. S. Kringos, M. J.M.H. Lombarts, T. Plochg, M. A. Lopez, M. Secanell, P. Vallejo, F. Saillour-Glenisson, M. CarS. Jones, E. Klaus, S. Bottaro, P. Garel, M. Saluvan, C. Bruneau, A. Depaigne-Loth, C. D. Shaw, A. Hammer, O. Ommen, D. Botje, H. Kutaj-Wasikowska, B. Kutriba, A. Escoval, A. Lívio, M. Eiras, M. Franca, I. Leite, F. Almeman, H. Kus, K. Ozturk, R. Mannion, A. Thompson

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