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Slide Evidence-into-Practice: improving outcomes for babies and families in neonatal units.
Sharing knowledge with practitioners and families.
Maternal &
Child Health Workstream
Maternal &
Child Health Workstream
Evidence-into-Practice:
improving outcomes for babies and families in neonatal units. Sharing knowledge with practitioners and families.
Slide Older People’s Health
and Wellbeing
Safer prescribing in primary care
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Save the date: The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute (THIS) Space 2020 Connection and community are more important now than ever. THIS Space is an annual event Read More -> The Health Foundation Live Webinar Monday 1 June:  HSR UK 2020 Virtual Conference Presentations and sessions for the HRS UK 2020 virtual conference #HSRUK2020 are currently being pre-recorded Read More -> New Publication: The influence of contextual factors on healthcare quality improvement initiatives: a realist review Recognising the influence of context and the context-sensitive nature of quality improvement (QI) interventions is Read More -> Vacancies on the University of Dundee Court The University of Dundee is seeking to appoint two new lay members to The Court, Read More -> SSSC launches new resource to support conversations around death, dying and bereavement during COVID-19 New resource to support social service workers to have conversations about death and dying We know Read More ->

Slide Knowledge into Action at Scale We are working on a research project to find out how knowledge in health and social care can be disseminated through online media. Two Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) are being developed and their outcomes studied to uncover methods of knowledge translation in the field. Slide Improvement Science Methods The aim of this Research Theme is to understand and explore the purpose, design and use of measures for quality and safety improvement in health and social care. Using examples from Scotland and the international improvement community, we can strengthen the evidence-base around measurement best practice, in order to inform future improvement initiatives.


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