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There are many different systems (communication pathways and subcultures) to address when creating or sustaining a culture of safety. Training professionals working in acute hospitals analyze the subcultures within their organization. A well planned assessment process before implementing any interventions should indicate areas in which additional support is needed. For example, leadership development, front-line staff engagement and empowerment, and cultural performance measures. Training is beneficial when an organization wants to educate their personnel on the expectations, policies, and communication pathways that are available to them (Liane Ginsburg et al.
ibid, p. 918f.) and thus explain the recent staggering negotiations. 2. Critique Schimmelfennig’s article contains – next to a sound theoretical basis – a contested concept specification as well as a selection bias.
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To examine the extent to which better co-ordination of care delivery can be achieved. To suggest a comprehensive integrated IT (information technology) system. To propose appropriate changes to the organisation. Research Questions. In order to achieve the mentioned objectives above and throw more light to the topic, attempted answers need to be given to the following questions.
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It was crucial to respect the epistemological tradition of previous research for maintaining the validity of the process. 3.12 Research design and methods Appropriately designing the methods compulsory necessitated to follow a logical development and maintaining the dichotomy expressed in the methodology. Combining positivist and constructivist model through the realm of a mixed method demanded a pragmatic theoretical combination for the utilization of qualitative and quantitative procedures in harvesting the information (Tashakkori, Teddlie, 2010). Dual data extraction had to be qualified to suitably respond to the distinctive questions posted at the origin. There were many advantages coalescing methods where quantitative provided the “if” and qualitative supplied the “how and why” about the research aims and questions (Terrell, 2012).
In the first part of this coursework it will be argued that the study of Kaptein et al.  on means based adaptive persuasive systems is an interesting piece of research that could formulate new questions and hypotheses in the area of adapted persuasive systems. The argument will be developed through a critical review of the Kaptein et al. paper, discussing in turn its theoretical origins, research methodologies, main findings, and design implications. To begin with, the authors suggest that the large differences in individual responses to persuasive strategies will, in due course, lead to systems that rely heavily on persuasion profiles.