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Staff attitudes to the introduction of an electronic blood tracking system

by Williams, Martina.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration (IPA), 2016Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
Medication safety officer in an Irish hospital. A financial cost benefit appraisal

by O hAlmhain, Oisin.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration (IPA), 2015Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
Managing support for healthcare professionals following an adverse event. Are managers equipped to provide this support?

by Lister, Ann.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration (IPA), 2015Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
A study of work stress among Superintendent Hospital Pharmacists in Ireland

by Lynch, Rosarie.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration (IPA), 2014Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
The impact of the introduction of the multidisciplinary meeting coordinator role, on the effectiveness of the skin cancer multidisciplinary meeting

by Connolly, Valerie.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration (IPA), 2014Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
Active ageing in a hospital setting

by Horan-Dunne, Bridie.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2013Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
Distinctiveness of quality in healthcare provided by faith based organisations: a case study of OLA Catholic Hospital Oluyoro-Ibadan-Nigeria

by Barron, Mary T.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration (IPA), 2013Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
Towards an understanding of the relevance of a performance management system in a healthcare setting

by Dwyer, Fiona Coughlan.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2012Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
An evaluation of the role of line managers in performing human resource management activities in a large Dublin teaching hospital

by Long, Ciaran.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2012Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
A study of development of human resource management to line management

by Hynes, Mary.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2010Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.
Evaluating the change initiative of matching work practices to service needs by introducing an extended working day to the laboratory of Our Lady's Children's Hospital Crumlin

by Cronin, Naomi.

Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2009Availability: Items available for reference: Not for loan (1) . Location(s): REFERENCE Call number: THESIS.

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