Bryan Jones Improvement Fellow

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Bryan Jones is a an Improvement Fellow in the Improvement Team. He joined the Health Foundation in June 2013.

Prior to joining the Health Foundation, Bryan worked for a number of cancer charities in policy and campaigns roles. He began his career working in Westminster for Labour member of the House of Commons Health Select Committee and has produced several publications on health service reform and health inequalities. Bryan has a PhD in Social Policy.

Bryan is a member of the Labour Party and has served in the past as a local councillor in north Kent where he still lives.

Latest articles

Blog

Delivering organisation-wide improvement: why playing the long game matters

Blog

Bryan Jones reflects on the importance of taking a long-term approach to organisation-wide...

Learning report

Improving flow along care pathways

Learning report

Based on a report by RAND Europe and interviews with programme leads during the pandemic, this...

Blog

Building the evidence base on video consultations

Blog

Bryan Jones and Jo Scott explore the evidence around virtual consultations and highlight priorities...

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Three key quality considerations for remote consultations

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COVID-19 has led to the rapid roll-out of remote consultations in order to meet social distancing...

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Too much and not enough

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Bryan Jones reflects on the implications of our recent publication and the heavy workload pressures...

Research report

Quality improvement in general practice: what do GPs and practice managers think?

Research report

Our research shows that most GPs and Practice Managers see quality improvement as a core aspect of...

Blog

What do 'outstanding' trusts tell us about how to improve care?

Blog

Achieving a step-change in the quality of care across the NHS is ultimately going to require an...

Learning report

The improvement journey

Learning report

A learning report explaining why improvement in health care matters, and how to get started in your...

Blog

Improving whole system flow?

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It was when I read Gerard’s story that the importance of getting flow right really hit home to me....

Learning report

The challenge and potential of whole system flow

Learning report

Outlines an organising framework and tested methods that local health and social care leaders can...

Blog

Helping quality improvement take root in general practice

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Five years ago, anyone visiting our website would have been hard pressed to find an improvement...

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Creating an organisation where improvement can flourish

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These days you don’t have to wait long for a new call for the NHS to up its game. Hardly a month...

Newsletter feature

Valuing the people at the heart of our NHS

Newsletter feature

‘It’s the workforce, stupid’, as Bill Clinton might have said, if in some parallel universe he’d...

Blog

300 inspirational stories of improvement

Blog

‘So what kind of improvements do you fund?’ Two years into my time at the Health Foundation, you’d...

Learning report

Building the foundations for improvement

Learning report

This report looks at how five UK trusts built quality improvement capability at scale in their...

Blog

Go with the flow: matching capacity with demand in hospitals

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In a financial climate which even the most confident of commentators would describe as highly...

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