16 October 2014
Three regional improvement organisations and six frontline organisations have been selected for the Health Foundation's new £1.8 million Safety Measurement and Monitoring Programme.
04 June 2014
A new toolkit to improve patients’ experiences of health care launched today. Patient and Family-Centred Care is a simple, step-by-step method for understanding what a care experience is like, what needs to change, and which small improve...
09 May 2014
The Health Foundation congratulates Great Ormond Street Hospital Foundation NHS Trust, the winner of the Patient Safety Team award at the BMJ Awards.
03 April 2014
The Health Foundation has selected 23 projects for its improvement programme, Shine. The programme funds innovative healthcare teams to test new solutions to improving the quality of healthcare in the UK.
10 March 2014
Improving emergency cancer care services, developing better communication for people with learning disabilities, and creating a new centre to treat alcohol related injuries are just some of the projects which have made the finals of the NHS Wales Awa...
10 March 2014
Tim Draycott, Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Bristol and Fellow of the Health Foundation, has been awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Award for his work on Obstetrics and Neonatal Practice.
12 February 2014
The Health Foundation has appointed two new professorial fellows to strengthen academic research in patient safety and person-centred care. Professor Alan Cribb, King’s College London, and Professor Charles Vincent, University of Oxford, are bo...
31 January 2014
Ten projects have been selected for the Health Foundation’s new £4 million quality improvement programme, Closing the Gap in Patient Safety.
13 January 2014
The Health Foundation is embarking on an exciting period of development. In 2014 we will expand into new areas of work to enhance our core focus on improving healthcare quality in the UK.
16 December 2013
A Health Foundation supported programme has won two awards for improving the management of long-term conditions, including diabetes.