Programmes Our programmes test out new ideas for improving the quality of health care and fund research
Our aim is to take the best ideas and encourage uptake throughout the NHS, and publish research findings that will be useful to both policy and practice.
This programme ran between 2014 and 2018 and offered five projects funding of between £250,000 and £500,000 for original research on informatics in health improvement. It closed for applications.
A grant programme for UK Public Health Network organisations to work with partners from outside of public health to take action on the social determinants.
This programme funded original research into identifying the barriers and facilitators for translating acquired improvement skills into frontline practice. It is closed for applications.
£1.5m is available for research that will generate new knowledge on the ways in which the physical and mental health of a population shapes their social and economic outcomes.
This programme supported 30 established and emerging networks in their work to improve the quality of health care in the UK. It ran between 2011 and 2012.
This was a two-year improvement collaborative involving 26 hospitals in the north west of England. It aimed to change frontline practice and improve the rates of stroke sufferers leaving hospital with...
This programme supported four health economies from 2013 to 2015 to find out how to effectively deliver self management support and to share their learning with others.
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