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 from 2011 to 2012 and awarded 14 teams with up to £75,000 for projects to find new approaches to delivering health care that reduce the need for acute hospital care while improving ...
This programme ran from 2010 to 2011 and awarded 18 teams with up to £75,000 for projects aimed at stimulating thinking, activity and the development of new approaches to improve quality and save mone...
This programme ran from 2012 to 2015 and supported nine teams with funding of £420,000 each to develop ways for corporate support and clinical teams to work together. It is closed for applications.
This £1.8 million programme began in December 2014. It involved four regional improvement bodies applying Professor Charles Vincent and colleagues' measurement and monitoring framework.
A programme that ran in two phases from 2008 to 2013. It helped health care teams to proactively identify potential safety breaches, enabling them to build better, safer health care systems.
This programme offered £450,000 to six projects during 2016. The projects aimed to generate insight to support and inform policy makers on important issues in UK health policy. It is closed for applic...
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