Projects we fund We fund hundreds of improvement and research projects around the UK looking for ways to improve the quality of health services
Improving acute cardiac care of patients with renal disease through linkage of national audits in the UK
Project aiming to improve acute cardiology care for people with reduced kidney function by investigating national variations in patient management, using analysis of linked data from NICOR and UKRR.
Project aiming to improve care for major trauma patients by quality assuring rehabilitation alongside acute care. Will link major trauma PROMs to national clinical audit data to enable the constructio...
A project aiming to improve care standards for people with poor prognosis cancers in Scotland, using real-world data from national and regional datasets along with patient- and carer-reported experien...
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 will involve the co-design of electronic versions of the NASSS-CAT tools to support implementation and evaluation of digital health projects, such as virtual...
Translating research findings into actionable insights for service staff, system leaders and local policy makers
A project that is aiming to ensure that lessons learned from research using linked datasets are translated for policy makers, to increase their understanding of local service users, and so improve dec...
This project is aiming 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.
Project by Imperial College London that aims to understand how the health of secondary school children in the UK is influenced by the characteristics of the physical and virtual places in which they s...
A research project focusing on whether the proportion of older individuals in a place with good health is associated with better labour market-related social and economic outcomes in those places.
A research project by a team at the University of Manchester investigating the extent to which the health of an individual is shaped by the average health of the places they identify with.
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