BMJ Improvement Hub High quality evidence, practical tools and resources designed to help those seeking to improve the quality, safety and person-centredness of health care.
Over the past 15 years, the Health Foundation has invested significantly in work to improve the safety and person-centredness of health care in the UK through our major improvement programmes. The Health Foundation developed resource centres for patient safety and person-centred care in 2012/13 to support and share tools and resources from our focused work in these areas. The resource centres held over 1,000 resources, including a wide range of publications and practical tools produced by the Health Foundation and others.
In March 2019, the Health Foundation transferred the resources and made an award to the BMJ to ensure that the many practical resources developed as a result of our investment in these two areas continue to be available to support people working to improve care at the frontline. The award supported the BMJ to develop a new hub to host the existing resources and to maintain and develop them in the future. The new improvement hub was launched in September 2019 and will be further developed to add new areas, updated content and improved functionality.
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