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‘Nudging’ change is better than ‘pushing’ it

‘Nudging’ change is better than ‘pushing’ it

Making change happen is central to care improvement and reducing risk. Every quality practitioner should have a toolkit, and one of the tools that needs to be in it is an effective change approach that helps people to get on board, supports behaviour change and re-sets organisational systems to sustain the change. 

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