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International Journal of Applied Health Studies

The main objective of this journal is to invite Health practitioners, managers and academics to participate in an on-going dialogue regarding the nature of Health Studies and the best ways to manage this vast area of our everyday life in such a way as to enhance all aspects of the area.

We are aiming to publish articles, case studies, monographs, review articles & etc. which will examine every aspect of health studies in a truly international sense and provide a forum for the dissemination of “best practice” application which will excite all parts of the world.

In strategic terms, we trust that the journal will focus both contributors and readers’ minds on the key demands of strategic management in health studies; enable the issues paramount in health studies today to be examined, researched and solutions offered; suggest how managers, practitioners, employees and customers of health studies can be mutually involved in improving the overall standards associated with the services.

We also trust that the main constituent areas of healthcare ie. diagnostic, curative and preventive will receive the importance they undoubtedly demand, and aim to ensure that as such, they are given due weight by our contributors.

Health Studies is a challenging area – we are confident that our contributors will meet the challenge.

Feature Articles

Total Quality Management in Practice: A Singapore Healthcare Study
Dr Puay Cheng Lim and Dr Nelson K H Tang

Volume: 1

Issue: 3

Empowered to Comply
Dr Lovemore Nyatanga and Chris Lyle

Development of the National Inpatient Satisfaction Constructs and Items for the United Arab Emirates
Masood A. Badri, Hamzeh Dodeen, Mugheer Al Khaili & Mohammed Abdulla

Issue: 2

A Partnership Approach to the Implementation of TQM in the NHS
Dr Uche Nwabueze

Evaluation of the Total Quality Healthcare Model
Dr Puay Cheng Lim and Dr Nelson K H Tang

Total Quality Management in Practice: A Singapore Healthcare Study
Dr Puay Cheng Lim and Dr Nelson K H Tang

The Effects of Changes to the NHS General Managers’ Information Needs (2)
Dr Michael J Stanley

Issue: 1

The Effects of Changes to the NHS General Managers’ Information Needs (1)
Dr Michael J Stanley

Strategic Management in Action: An Analysis of Three Acute Hospital Trust Boards
Duncan I Haigh

Governance, Accountability and Strategic Management: Evidence From Three NHS Hospital Trust Boards
Duncan I Haigh

“A Suitable Case for Treatment?” : T.Q.M. and the N.H.S.
Professor Bob Haigh & D. S. Morris with Dr. Uche Nwabueze