Evidence into Practice A programme to help research teams bridge the gap from academic research findings, to actionable information for people practising in the field
- The Evidence into Practice programme is designed to help research teams bridge the gap from academic research findings, to actionable information for people practising in the field.
- We are currently funding four project teams based in the UK, who have already received funding from the Health Foundation, with up to £50,000 each to fund the development of tools and resources to support the implementation of findings in practice.
Evidence into Practice is a programme from the Health Foundation that funds the development of tools and resources, based on completed research studies, to support the implementation of findings in practice.
The Evidence into Practice 2019 programme aims to support experienced teams based in the UK, who have previously received funding from the Health Foundation and whose work has resulted in actionable findings that are applicable to health and care, including social care, practice and/or policy.
We are supporting four teams with up to £50,000 each. The funds will support the teams to develop innovative ways to promote their research findings to those who influence, plan and deliver health and care services.
Evidence into Practice Research Manager: EiP2019@health.org.uk
Improving the success of complex technology-supported change: digitisation and empirical testing of the NASSS-CAT tools
A project by the University of Oxford that involved the co-design of electronic versions of the NASSS-CAT tools to support implementation and evaluation of digital health projects, such as virtual con...
Translating research findings into actionable insights for service staff, system leaders and local policymakers
A project that aimed to ensure that lessons learned from research using linked datasets are translated for policymakers, to increase their understanding of local service users, and so improve decision...
This project aimed to embed evidence and learning from previous research within practices at both Bromley by Bow in east London and with other organisations throughout the UK.
REMAIN: REAsonable adjustments to MAINstream diabetes and obesity care for adults with a learning disability
This project involved developing resources for commissioners and practitioners to facilitate reasonable adjustments to diabetes services so that they meet statutory obligations.
This project involved developing resources to deliver key messages to frontline practitioners around basic tracheostomy care, emergency actions and communication with tracheostomy patients.
This project involved producing an animation and website to explain how to apply systems thinking to health care and develop a systemic accident analysis process.
This project by King's College London involved the development of a training animation and online resources to educate GPs, midwives and health visitors on working with women with eating disorders.
This project involved the development of an online platform with information about breathlessness management, to help patients self-manage breathlessness and support those with advanced disease.
Project by Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust that involved developing an interactive simulation model to enable people to ‘live’ the complex reality of a quality improvement projec...