Where did clinical governance start, and where are we at now?
As we have previously written, the term clinical governance was first coined in the context of the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS) - specifically, in a white paper endorsed by then Prime Minister Tony Blair entitled ‘The new NHS: modern, dependable.’ (White Paper).
Now, 25 years later – where are we at?
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