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Arbetet med kvalitet i äldreomsorgen – Implementering av den nationella värdegrunden i mål samt hur dessa följs upp och utvärderas

Olsson, Carolin LU and Lundberg, Michelle LU (2015) SOPA63 20151
School of Social Work
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to further investigate whether the national funda-mental values have been implemented in the different municipalities’ goals for the elderly care and how this was followed-up and evaluated, in order to achieve a deepened knowledge of how the different municipalities worked with their own quality assurance within this particular field of practice. In order to answer our research problem we have conducted a quantitative content-analyze of guideline documents for the Swedish elderly care. Our study has been processed in two different municipality groups. Collection of documents were made partly through dir¬ect e-mail correspondence and partly through different municipalities’ official web¬pages. In our analyze we... (More)
The purpose of this study was to further investigate whether the national funda-mental values have been implemented in the different municipalities’ goals for the elderly care and how this was followed-up and evaluated, in order to achieve a deepened knowledge of how the different municipalities worked with their own quality assurance within this particular field of practice. In order to answer our research problem we have conducted a quantitative content-analyze of guideline documents for the Swedish elderly care. Our study has been processed in two different municipality groups. Collection of documents were made partly through dir¬ect e-mail correspondence and partly through different municipalities’ official web¬pages. In our analyze we describe a possible understanding of similarities and differences between the different groups of municipalities, based on theoretical starting points, “new” institutionalism and implementation-theory. For processing our material we chose to use the statistical software SPSS. We conducted biva-riate analyzes with chi-squared tests to investigate significant differences between the groups. Results showed us that there were no larger significant varia¬tions between the groups of municipalities regarding implementations of the nat¬io¬nal fundamental values and that there was no clear evidence for internal follow-ups and evaluation of the national fundamental values of elderly care.

Keywords: elderly care, national fundamental values, quality, implementation, follow-up, evaluation. (Less)
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author
Olsson, Carolin LU and Lundberg, Michelle LU
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organization
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SOPA63 20151
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
elderly care, national fundamental values, quality, implementation, follow-up, evaluation
language
Swedish
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5471354
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2015-06-11 10:44:21
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this study was to further investigate whether the national funda-mental values have been implemented in the different municipalities’ goals for the elderly care and how this was followed-up and evaluated, in order to achieve a deepened knowledge of how the different municipalities worked with their own quality assurance within this particular field of practice. In order to answer our research problem we have conducted a quantitative content-analyze of guideline documents for the Swedish elderly care. Our study has been processed in two different municipality groups. Collection of documents were made partly through dir¬ect e-mail correspondence and partly through different municipalities’ official web¬pages. In our analyze we describe a possible understanding of similarities and differences between the different groups of municipalities, based on theoretical starting points, “new” institutionalism and implementation-theory. For processing our material we chose to use the statistical software SPSS. We conducted biva-riate analyzes with chi-squared tests to investigate significant differences between the groups. Results showed us that there were no larger significant varia¬tions between the groups of municipalities regarding implementations of the nat¬io¬nal fundamental values and that there was no clear evidence for internal follow-ups and evaluation of the national fundamental values of elderly care.

Keywords: elderly care, national fundamental values, quality, implementation, follow-up, evaluation.},
  author       = {Olsson, Carolin and Lundberg, Michelle},
  keyword      = {elderly care,national fundamental values,quality,implementation,follow-up,evaluation},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Arbetet med kvalitet i äldreomsorgen – Implementering av den nationella värdegrunden i mål samt hur dessa följs upp och utvärderas},
  year         = {2015},
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