Improvement research Improvement research, also known as improvement science, is about finding out how to improve and make changes in the most effective way
Improvement research is a crucial strand of the work that we do at the Health Foundation. It involves systematically examining the methods and factors that best help to facilitate quality improvement.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
Our research shows that most GPs and Practice Managers see quality improvement as a core aspect of their work.
Will Warburton calls for innovative approaches to understand, assess, learn from and sustain the effective changes that have rapidly been put in place by the NHS.
Improving the success of complex technology-supported change: digitisation and empirical testing of the NASSS-CAT tools
A project by the University of Oxford that will involve the co-design of electronic versions of the NASSS-CAT tools to support implementation and evaluation of digital health projects, such as virtual...
Four projects selected to be part of programme on bridging the gap between research and actionable learning
The Health Foundation has selected four research project teams to take part in its £400,000 Evidence into Practice programme.
Research shows 88% of autistic people do not think their needs are understood by health professionals. Emily Niner and Oliver Smithson explain why a collaborative approach is required for improvement.
The Health Foundation and the Economic and Social Research Council partner to support a new UK Centre to enhance the use of research evidence in adult social care
The Centre will aim to increase the use of high quality research evidence to improve and support innovation within adult social care.
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