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Clinical governance: making it happen.
  1. Elizabeth J Gaminara
  1. Consultant Haematologist, Hemel Hempstead General Hospital

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    Edited by Myriam Lugon, Jonathan Secker-Walker. (£17.50). London: Royal Society of Medicine Press, 1999. ISBN 1 85315 383 4.

    Busy clinicians, by and large, do not have time even to sample the many courses currently on offer that discuss clinical governance. The subject is one which divides doctors firmly into two groups. The minority believe that clinical governance will prove to be a useful tool for introducing quality improvements into health care, whereas the majority consists of those cynics who believe the topic is another “flavour of the month” which will go away if ignored. …

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