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.
What effect can collaboration between patients, families and clinicians have on health care systems and practices? Maddie Julian shares her experiences.
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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Q is an initiative connecting people with improvement expertise across the UK.Find out more