Journal articles

Browse research published in peer reviewed journals that has been funded by the Health Foundation

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Safety analysis over time

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9 November 2018

Journal article in Implementation Science on seven major changes to adverse event investigation.

Assessing improvement capability in healthcare organisations

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9 November 2018

A qualitative study of healthcare regulatory agencies in the UK.

Emergency departments and minor illness

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1 November 2018

Why do parents bring their children to the PED with minor illness, and what can be done to better understand the drivers and inform potential solutions so desired by policy makers? A recent report by ...

Mental health and well-being trends among children and young people in the UK, 1995–2014

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1 September 2018

There is a growing concern about the mental health of children and young people in the UK, with increasing demand for counselling services, admissions for self-harm and referrals to mental health serv...

Use of age-specific hospital catchment populations to investigate geographical variation in inpatient admissions for children and young people in England

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13 August 2018

Objectives To develop a method for calculating age-specific hospital catchment populations (HCPs) for children and young people (CYP) in England. To show how these methods allow geographical variation...

Measurement and monitoring of safety: impact and challenges of putting a conceptual framework into practice

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13 August 2018

Background The Measurement and Monitoring of Safety Framework provides a conceptual model to guide organisations in assessing safety. The Health Foundation funded a large-scale programme to assess the...

Clinical–insurer engagement to improve maternity safety in the UK, Ireland, Sweden and Australia

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13 August 2018

Objective To explore different models of clinical–insurer engagement around maternity safety and to understand how state insurers could and should engage with clinical staff to improve outcomes a...

National trends in emergency readmission rates: a longitudinal analysis of administrative data for England between 2006 and 2016

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13 August 2018

Objective To assess trends in 30-day emergency readmission rates across England over one decade. Design Retrospective study design. Setting 150 non-specialist hospital trusts in England. ...

'The more you know, the more you realise it is really challenging to do': Tensions and uncertainties in person-centred support for people with long-term conditions

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18 April 2018

Objective To identify and examine tensions and uncertainties in person-centred approaches to self-management support – approaches that take patients seriously as moral agents and orient support to ...

Implementing new models of care: Lessons from the new care models programme in England

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18 April 2018

In 2014, the body that leads the National Health Service in England published a new strategic vision for the National Health Service. A major part of this strategy was a three-year-long national progr...

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