His primary scientific interests are in Health care, Quality management, Nursing, Patient safety and Public relations. His study in Health care is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Accreditation, Guideline, Evidence-based medicine and Qualitative research. His Quality management study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Quality.
Niek S. Klazinga works mostly in the field of Nursing, limiting it down to topics relating to Quality management system and, in certain cases, Empowerment, Patient experience and Clinical pathway, as a part of the same area of interest. His work deals with themes such as Volume, Family medicine and Audit, which intersect with Patient safety. His research in Public relations intersects with topics in Health promotion, International health and Health policy.
His primary areas of study are Health care, Nursing, Quality management, Quality and Health administration. His studies in Health care integrate themes in fields like Public relations and Public health. Niek S. Klazinga works mostly in the field of Nursing, limiting it down to topics relating to Family medicine and, in certain cases, Guideline and Audit.
His Quality management study incorporates themes from Cross-sectional study, Benchmarking, Patient safety and Quality assurance. His Quality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Psychological intervention, Performance indicator and Data collection. His Health administration research focuses on subjects like Health informatics, which are linked to Nursing research.
His primary areas of investigation include Quality management, Quality, Nursing, Health care and Health administration. His studies deal with areas such as Cross-sectional study, Audit, Patient safety and Medical emergency as well as Quality management. Niek S. Klazinga combines subjects such as Performance indicator, Qualitative research, Data collection and Intensive care medicine with his study of Quality.
His Nursing research incorporates elements of Sample, Family medicine and Normative. He has researched Health care in several fields, including Accreditation, Database and Process management. His Health administration research includes themes of Workforce, Health care quality, Health informatics and Mental health, Mental illness.
Niek S. Klazinga spends much of his time researching Quality management, Quality, Health care, Nursing and Patient safety. His Quality management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cross-sectional study, Medical emergency, Health administration and Audit. As part of one scientific family, Niek S. Klazinga deals mainly with the area of Quality, narrowing it down to issues related to the Accountability, and often Performance indicator, Accounting, MEDLINE, Pay for performance and Benchmarking.
His research integrates issues of Accreditation and Process management in his study of Health care. His research ties Family medicine and Nursing together. Niek S. Klazinga interconnects Management system, Evidence-based practice and Psychometrics in the investigation of issues within Patient safety.
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Towards evidence-based clinical practice: an international survey of 18 clinical guideline programs
Jako S. Burgers;Richard Grol;Niek S. Klazinga;Marjukka Mäkelä.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care (2003)
A performance assessment framework for hospitals: the WHO regional office for Europe PATH project.
Jeremy Veillard;F. Champagne;N. Klazinga;V. Kazandjian.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care (2005)
Conceptual frameworks for health systems performance: a quest for effectiveness, quality, and improvement
O. A. Arah;N. S. Klazinga;D. M. J. Delnoij;A. H. A. Ten Asbroek.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care (2003)
Inside Guidelines Comparative analysis of recommendations and evidence in diabetes guidelines from 13 countries
Jako S. Burgers;Julia V. Bailey;Niek S. Klazinga;Akke K. Van der Bij.
Diabetes Care (2002)
Challenging patient safety culture: survey results.
Johan Hellings;Ward Schrooten;Niek Klazinga;Arthur Vleugels.
International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance (2007)
Is the readmission rate a valid quality indicator? A review of the evidence.
Claudia Fischer;Hester F. Lingsma;Perla J. Marang-van de Mheen;Dionne S. Kringos.
PLOS ONE (2014)
The EFQM excellence model: European and Dutch experiences with the EFQM approach in health care
Udo Nabitz;Niek Klazinga;Jan Walburg.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care (2000)
The Dutch health care performance report: seven years of health care performance assessment in the Netherlands
Michael J van den Berg;Michael J van den Berg;Dionne S Kringos;Lisanne K Marks;Niek S Klazinga.
Health Research Policy and Systems (2014)
Developing a national performance indicator framework for the Dutch health system
A. H. A. ten Asbroek;O. A. Arah;J. Geelhoed;T. Custers.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care (2004)
The effect of certification and accreditation on quality management in 4 clinical services in 73 European hospitals
Charles D. Shaw;Oliver Groene;Daan Botje;Rosa Sunol.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care (2014)
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