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The Q Improvement Lab We bring people and organisations together to make progress on complex challenges facing health and care in the UK
The Q Lab – an initiative led by the Health Foundation and supported by NHS Improvement – offers a bold new approach to making progress on health and care challenges.
Working on a single challenge for 12 months, the Q Lab brings together organisations and individuals from across the UK to pool what is known about a topic, uncover new insights and develop and test ideas.
Our current project
The Lab’s current project, in partnership with Mind – the mental health charity, is focusing on the experiences of people living with both mental health problems and persistent back and neck pain, and how care can be designed to best meet their health and wellbeing needs.
Collaboration is at the heart of the Lab. Find out how to get involved and be part of the Lab’s work.
Read more about the Q Lab
- A new Q Lab project in partnership with Mind
- What we learned about peer support – reflections from the Q Lab's first project.
- Impact that counts – an essay on how the Q Lab seeks to support and make change happen, bringing something new and complementary to the busy world of improving health and care.
A new collaboration between our Q Improvement Lab (Q Lab) and the mental health charity Mind, is exploring how care can be designed to best meet the health and wellbeing needs of people living with me...
The Q Improvement Lab is an exciting opportunity to bring together organisations and individuals from across the UK to pool what is known, uncover new insights and develop and test ideas about a major...