Bibliography of Journal Papers

One of the best up-to-date (as at May 2008) clinical governance journal bibliographies, many entries with full-text access, is available from the now-defunct Clinical Governance Support Team website. So rather than duplicating this, here is the web link.

The following list is predominantly of older articles dating to 2001 and earlier.

  • Anonymous (1998) Clinical governance: another stick to beat managers with? British Journal of Health Care Management 4: 318-319
  • Ayres IL, Cooling R, Maughan H(1999) Clinical governance in primary care groups Public Health Medicine 2: 47-52
  • Baker M (2000) Implications of clinical governance on the primary care workforce Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 58-60
  • Baker R, Lakhani M, Fraser R, Cheater F (1999) A model for clinical governance in primary care groups. British Medical Journal. 318:779-783 
  • Ball  K (1999) Clinical governance and trust:  the standardisation of medical care.  Hospital Pharmacist supplement to the Pharmaceutical Journal,  6: 152-4 (May 1999)
  • Batstone G, Edwards M (1998) Making the NHS modern and dependable. (Editorial) Journal of Clinical Effectiveness 3(2): 53
  • Black, N (1998) Clinical governance: fine words or action? British Medical Journal 316:297-298 
  • Bottom S (2000) Clinical Governance in the York PCG [first year report] Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 76-7
  • Chisholm J. (1998) Primary care and the NHS white papers. The right principles but bedevilled by the detail British Medical Journal 316: 1687-8
  • Conduit D, Morgan A, Willetts J (1999) Clinical Governance in NHS Trusts: results of an early baseline assessment in the Trent Region Journal of Clinical Governance 7: 121-123
  • Cook R (1998) Picture in profile [Clinical governance and PCGs] Health Service Journal Thursday 9 July 1998: 26-27
  • Crombie IK. Davies HT. (1998) Beyond health outcomes: the advantages of measuring process. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 4(1):31-8
  • Derry J (1999) Supporting PCG clinical governace leads in protecting patients Journal of Clinical Governance7: 106-8
  • Dalziel M (1999) Testing, testing! [How will managers know what good clinical governance looks like?] Health Management March 1999: 22-3
  • Donaldson LJ (1998) Clinical governance: a statutory duty for quality improvement [editorial]. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 52(2):73-4
  • Dunning M, Ayres P (1998) What is clinical governance? - a workable definition Healthcare Quality 4(3) : 16-18
  • Edwards J, Packham R (1999) A model for the practical implementation of clinical governance Journal of Clinical Effectiveness 1: 13-18
  • Field R (1999) Accountability for clinical governance in primary care: principles for performance management Journal of Clinical Governance7: 158-161
  • Ghosh TK (2000) Clinical Governance in the Dagenham PCG [first year report] Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 78-9
  • Gulland A.(1999) What is clinical governance? Nursing Times 95(9):17
  • Halligan A (1999) How the National Clinical Governance Support Team plans to support the development of clincal governance in the workplace Journal of Clinical Governance 7: 155-157
  • Horton R (1998) UK medicine: what are we to do?Lancet 352:1166
  • Houghton G, Sprotson B (1999) Reporting clinical governance: co-ordinating and clarifying clinical governance in primary care Journal of Clinical Governance 7: 84-87
  • Huntington J, Gillam S, Rosen R.(2000) Organisational development for clinical governance. British Medical Journal 321: 679-682
  • Hutchinson B (2000) The place of walk-in clinics in healthcare systems [editorial] British Medical Journal 321: 909-10 
  • Iyer V(2000) Clinical Governance in the North Peterborough PCG [first year report] Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 65-6
  • Jessel C(2000) Clinical Governance in Maidstone and Malling PCG [first year report] Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 70-1

  • Jones M (2000) Walk-in primary medical care centres: lessons from Canada [editorial] British Medical Journal 321: 928-31 
  • Koeck C. (1998) Time for organisational development in healthcare organisations. British Medical Journal 317: 1267-8
  • Lakhani M (2000) Time for national investment in clinical governance [Editorial] Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 56-7

  • McColl A, Martin Roland M (2000) Clinical governance in primary care: Knowledge and information for clinical governance, British Medical Journal 321: 871-874. 
  • Malbon G, Gillam S, Mays N (1998) Onus points [GP views and understanding of clinical governance] Health Service Journal 19 Nov. 1998: 28-29
  • Miller B (1999) Carry that weight [clinical governance and chief executives] Health Service Journal 18 Feb. 1999:22-7
  • McDonald P(2000) The Governance fog: clearing the view for those new to practice Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 80-2
  • O’Rourke A, Baker R, Lakhani M (2000) Case to answer? [question and answer section] Journal of Clinical Governance, 8: 48-49 
  • Preston C, Baker R (2000) Survey of development of clinical governance in England and Wales Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 118-123 
  • Pringle M (2000) Clinical governance in primary care: Participating in clinical governance British Medical Journal 321: 737-740.
  • Queenborough R (2000) Putting clinical governance into practice: Managing antibiotic resistance - a practical guide Journal of Clinical Governance,8: 41-44
  • Rimmer J (1998) The Commission for HealthImprovement. An opportunity or a threat? Audit Trends 6(3): 83-85
  • Rhodes M (2000) Clinical Governance in the Harrow West PCG [first year report] Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 72-5
  • Richards P (1998) Professional self respect: rights and responsibilities in the new NHS. British Medical Journal 317:1146-1148
  • Roland M, Holden J, Campbell S (1999) Quality assessment for general practice: supporting clinical governace in primary care. NPCRDC, Manchester 
  • Sandeman DR (1999) Will clinical governance make a difference? [personal view]British Medical Journal 318: 1085
  • Scally G, Donaldson LJ (1998) The NHS's 50 anniversary. Clinical governance and the drive for quality improvement in the new NHS in England British Medical Journal 317: 61-5
  • Sorrie R (2000) Making clinical governance work in primary care: the practicalities Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 61-2
  • Sparrow N, Stevenson K (1999) Interview: Clinical governance from a PCG Lead’s perspective Journal of Clinical Governance 7: 172-173
  • Starke D, Boden L (1999) Clinical Governance - how to make it work Healthcare Risk Report Sept: 21-22. (also in the on-line specimen PDF copy 
  • Taylor G (1999) Is general practice ready for Clinical Governance? Results of a postal questionnaire survey Journal of Clinical Governance 7: 117-120
  • Taylor G (2000) Clinical governance leads - expectations and personal needs. A qualitative interview study Journal of Clinical Governance, 8: 11-15
  • Thomson R. (1998)Quality to the fore in health policy - at last. But the NHS mustn't encourage quality improvement with punitive approaches. British Medical Journal
    317: 95-6
  • Toby J (1999) Turning theory into practice Journal of Clinical Governance 7: 115-6
  • Twomey P(2000) Clinical Governance in North East Lincolnshire PCG [first year report] Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 67-9
  • Vautrey R, Neal R (2000) Using peer review visits to carry out the clinical governance baseline assessment in one primary care group Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 135-140 
  • Walshe K (1999) You ain't seen nothing yet. Health Services Journal 6 May 1999: 23
  • Walshe K (1999) Baseline assessments for clinical governance: issues, methods, results Journal of Clinical Governance 7: 166-171
  • Walshe K(2000)Managing clinical governance across the health community: collaboration and partnership Journal of Clinical Governance 8: 97-101
  • Wilson J (1998) Clinical governance British Journal of Nursing 7(16): 987-988
  • Wilson J. (1998) Will primary care groups lead to improvements in health care? British Journal of Nursing 7(14):855-9