Cramer, H. ‘How do professional and service boundaries affect care for patients with NSTEMI?’: Case study C

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Abstract

C. How do professional and service boundaries affect care for patients with NSTEMI?
We asked Helen Cramer – Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol – to explain, on behalf of the academic group of which she is a member, some interesting qualitative research into the management of NSTEMI:
“Researchers at the University of Bristol conducted a study evaluating processes of care for patients with NSTEMI. Data from MINAP were used to select 10 hospitals with different characteristics (e.g. size, type), and different levels of performance on MINAP indicators. The focus was on patients with NSTEMI, given the greater complexity and uncertainty in providing care for these patients compared to those with STEMI. Observation and interviews with staff and patients were the methods used to identify good practices in the care of patients with NSTEMI.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNational Institute for Cardiovascular Outcomes Research (NICOR). Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project 2017/18 summary report. 2019.
PublisherBritish Cardiovascular Society
Chapter10
Pages14-15
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 12 Sep 2019

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