Published research on quality improvement Research and analysis from, and funded by, the Health Foundation has been published in a range of key journals.

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Using a dark logic model to explore adverse effects in audit and feedback

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10 December 2021

Using a dark logic model to explore adverse effects in audit.

The consequences of chronic pain in mid-life

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1 September 2021

Literature Review. David G. Blanchflower and  Alex Bryson have produced a Quantitative Social Science Working Paper No. 21-28 on The Consequences of Chronic Pain in Mid-Life    

Determining the skills needed by frontline NHS staff to deliver quality improvement

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11 August 2021

Skills needed by NHS staff to drive improvement of care.

Perspectives of paediatric hospital staff on factors influencing the sustainability and spread of a safety quality improvement programme

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22 March 2021

Hospital staff perspectives on sustainability and and safety of quality improvement programmes in paediatric care.

The importance of power, context and agency in improving patient experience through a patient and family centred care approach

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23 January 2020

Investigating, with multi-disciplinary clinical teams as well as patients and relatives, what factors help or hinder changes designed to improve patient experience.

Translating academic research into guidance to support healthcare improvement.

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27 December 2019

Exploration of guidance development methods.

A dynamic capabilities view of improvement capability

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7 November 2019

Improvement capabilities in health care.

Evolving quality improvement support strategies to improve Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle fidelity

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9 May 2019

A retrospective mixed-methods study 

The relationship between habit and healthcare professional behaviour in clinical practice

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9 May 2019

A Systematic review and meta-analysis

Measuring and improving the quality of NHS care for children and young people

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9 May 2019

Measuring and improving the quality of NHS care for children and young people

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