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.
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...
This programme ran between 2007 and 2012 at three pilot sites. It funded projects to improve the care of people with diabetes and provide a framework for personalised care in long-term conditions.
This programme ran for two years from 2010. It funded work to ensure that women experiencing domestic violence have direct access to a specialist domestic violence advocate-educator.
This programme ran between 2007 and 2011, and offered funding for nine projects aiming to help primary care clinicians increase their capacity, capability and responsibility for clinical quality impro...
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