SISCC have been running massive online open courses (MOOCs) in partnership with FutureLearn as part of our Knowledge into Action at Scale work. We want to find out if MOOCs can influence practice and behaviour change in health and social care. Our courses are aimed at health and social care practitioners around the world and […]
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We’re delighted to hear that research fellow and SISCC consortium member Caroline Sime has been awarded the first Annette J. Bartley Memorial Scholarship. Caroline’s background is in district nursing, and she is now involved in work improves the lives of people living with life-limiting illnesses who require palliative care. She is a Lecturer (Research) within […]
Our DQIP team have just won the annual Royal College of General Practitioners Research Paper of the Year Award in the Health Services Research and Public Health Category. Dr Tobias Dreischulte and Professor Bruce Guthrie were presented with the award last week at a ceremony in London. Congratulations to Bruce and Tobias on a great achievement!
Last week, SISCC researcher Dr Madalina Toma attended the Sense about Science media workshop: Standing up for Science. The event was an opportunity for young researchers to get together and respond to public misconceptions about science and engage with the media. The goal of these workshops is to change the way the public and the […]
SISCC are working on a Realist Review, and we’re looking for participants! We would like to hear from experts and stakeholders who are involved in supporting and delivering quality improvement, to find out how issues of context affect the implementation of improvement projects. During August and September 2017, we hope to conduct interviews with a range of people […]
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Last October, SISCC ran our first massive online open course (MOOC) as part of our Knowledge into Action at Scale work. We want to find out if MOOCs can influence practice and behaviour change in health and social care.
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