This editorial in BMJ Quality & Safety examines literature that looks at the negative side effects of quality improvement (QI) approaches and initiatives, arguing that QI can contribute to staff burnout, stress and reduced engagement. The authors make a number of recommendations for avoiding the negative side effects of QI.
Overcoming the ‘self-limiting’ nature of QI: can we improve the quality of patient care while caring for staff? (2 September 2022) https://qualitysafety.bmj.com/content/early/2022/09/01/bmjqs-2022-015272
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