Projects we fund
We fund hundreds of improvement and research projects around the UK looking for ways to improve the quality of health services
A scoping exercise of different approaches currently being used to support evidence-informed policy and practice to improve health and wellbeing and tackle inequalities in local government settings.
Creating ACE-informed places: promoting a whole-system approach to tackling adverse childhood experiences in local communities
This project is aiming to improve how effectively public services in England prevent and mitigate the negative impact of adverse childhood experiences.
This project will test the impact of an asset-based community development approach on building the social networks of social housing tenants and people seeking sanctuary.
This project will involve working with communities to co-design and deliver a small-scale test and learn project to evaluate the impact of weekly community-based group meetings on the health of partic...
This project will test whether providing a more coherent framework on financial insecurity and debt would help to improve the quality and focus of key services that seek to reduce health inequality.
This project is aiming to address the unmet needs of children and young people in West Kent who use urgent care services most frequently.
This project is focusing on empowering mental health patients by supporting staff to respect and protect their rights in everyday decision-making and service delivery.
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