Improvement Science Fellowships

This senior post-doctoral Fellowship offers three years’ funding to lead original, applied research dedicated to improving health care in the UK, and a unique leadership development programme.

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GenerationQ

GenerationQ is our part time, fully-funded leadership and quality improvement programme designed to equip Fellows with the skills to drive forward and influence improvements across services and org...

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Clinician Scientist Fellowships

Clinician Scientist Fellows provides 5 years of funding to enable talented clinicians to pursue academic research alongside their clinical practice. Through the programme, fellows have the opportun...

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Shine 2014

Part of our Shine programme is to provide teams with the resources to develop and evaluate innovative ideas to improve quality of care. 23 project teams from a range of health care settings ac...

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Closing the Gap in Patient Safety

Closing the Gap in Patient Safety was a £4m programme that supported nine project teams to implement and evaluate tested, evidence-based patient safety interventions at scale in health and social c...

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Star: a tool for commissioners

Star – socio-technical allocation of resources – is a new approach to priority setting, to help commissioners and those planning services to allocate their health resources to benefit patients in t...

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Shared Purpose

Shared Purpose was the third round of our Closing the Gap improvement programme and supported nine award-holder teams to develop and implement ways for corporate support services and clinical teams...

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Patient and Family-centred Care

Run in partnership with The King’s Fund, building on the Hospital Pathways programme, Patient and Family-centred Care broke new ground in improving the experience of hospital care for patients and ...

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Shine 2012

Shine 2012 supported projects that developed new approaches to delivering healthcare through either supporting patients to be active partners in their own care; improving patient safety; or improvi...

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