This Special Interest Group (SIG) has been established through Q and the Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre (SISCC), to bridge the gap between academics in the fields of improvement and implementation science and improvement practitioners. The SIG will create a forum to enable cross-sectoral collaboration through the sharing of ideas, challenges and knowledge
The Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, Dr Catherine Calderwood, is hosting her annual Realistic Medicine conference. The conference will provide an opportunity for a range of professionals to come together and share their Realistic Medicine experiences and learning.
Enrolment is now open for our free online course exploring the impact and delivery of compassionate care.
In the wake of the global financial crisis (2007/8) and subsequent recession, the last decade has seen services for children and young people who experience mental health and wellbeing difficulties placed under increasing strain.
This one-day conference will showcase the latest research in the field of implementation science applied to health and social care. Now in its second year, this is the only research conference dedicated to implementation science to be held in the UK.
HSRUK is dedicated to the promotion of health services research in policy and practice. Our annual conference is open to everyone interested in health services and systems research, and offers you the opportunity to:
SISCC and the Q Network are holding a meeting to consider how to develop an “Improvement Research Network” – if you’re interested in human factors, implementation science or any form of improvement research – please join us on the 16th of May to help us co-design the Network.
We’re sharing our systematic approach to health and social care service improvement at this world-renowned conference. The ihub team is presenting interactive sessions, workshops and posters.
This all-day forum is for maternity, neonatal and paediatric communities to meet, network, share and learn
Meet us to hear about the successes and challenges from adopting new care models at test sites in Scotland