Putting evidence into policy: The mental health and wellbeing impacts of Active Labour Market Programmes in UK

Work aims to demonstrate how and why participation in Active Labour Market Programmes (ALMPs) affects the mental health and wellbeing of unemployed job seekers in the UK. Will be carried out by Dr Adam Coutts at the Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge. Due to be completed in 2...

Dr Steve Harris, Improvement Science Fellow

London
Steve Harris is a Consultant in Critical Care and Anaesthesia at University College London Hospital, with over 15 years’ experience in general, emergency and tropical medicine.

Dr Paula Baraitser, Improvement Science Fellow

London
Paula Baraitser is a Consultant in sexual health at King’s College Hospital and a Senior Lecturer in global health at King’s College London.

Dr Natalie Armstrong, Improvement Science Fellow

Midlands
Natalie Armstrong is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Leicester. 

Dr Yogini Jani, Improvement Science Fellow

London
Yogini Jani is a Medication Safety Officer and Consultant Pharmacist at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University College London School of Pharmacy. She is also the Director of the UCLH Centre for Medicines Optimisation Research and...

Dr Helen Hogan, Improvement Science Fellow

London
Helen Hogan studied medicine at the University of London (Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School) and went on to become a GP and Teaching Fellow in General Practice at Imperial College School of Medicine.

Dr Christian Subbe, Improvement Science Fellow

International
Christian Subbe is a graduate of the University of Cologne, Germany, where he studied respiratory pathophysiology to become a doctor of medicine by thesis in 1994.

Staff Wellbeing in the NHS

Project led by The Work Foundation, in collaboration with The Point of Care Foundation and RAND Europe. This research will explore the business case for investing time, money and other resources in staff wellbeing and engagement as a way to improve NHS quality and performance. This researc...

The Future of Healthcare

South east England
The research is a collaboration between Oxford Internet Institute, The Oxford Department of Engineering Science, and the Oxford Martin School. This project looks at the automation of work in general practice surgeries. The project aims for the discovery of novel applications of automation ...

An avatar-based virtual nurse app to address urgent care demand

Midlands
Led by Vocare: West Midlands Doctors Urgent Care NHS 111, in partnership with Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group, Advanced Health and Care Ltd, Sense.ly, and Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group. To be implemented in two GP practices in Dudley that have a total populati...

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