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Various theories provide guidance on implementing, sustaining and evaluating innovations within healthcare. There has been less attention given, however, to personal theories drawn from practice and the expertise of managers and
In addition to their more traditional clinical role, midwives are expected to perform various health promotion practice behaviours (HePPBes) such as informing pregnant women about the benefits of physical activity during pregnancy and asking women about their alcohol consumption
There is evidence that medical students have the potential to actively initiate, lead and bring about change through quality improvement within healthcare organisations.
SISCC Director Jan Clarkson and HSRU Director Craig Ramsay appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe this Saturday! Still some tickets available https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/politics-of-the-tooth-fairy
There are two fix terms posts for health service researchers coming up in Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS). These may be of interest to junior researchers or PhDs students.
National Cancer Research Institute are currently looking for trainees to join various NCRI Clinical Studies Groups (CSGs) and Advisory Group.
The introduction of new evidence-based practices often requires practitioners to change or adapt their behaviour, hence behavioural factors can impact on the success and sustainability of improvement interventions. This seminar will address ways to facilitate behaviour change to support improvement activities within health and social care settings.
An exciting opportunity for an experienced, talented researcher with expertise in quasi-experimental methods and applied epidemiology to join the Born in Bradford team. Closing date is 18th May 2018 at noon. Further details here: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BIY455/principal-research-fellow-fixed-term/
We’re pleased to announce that BMJ Quality & Safety has published a paper by SISCC Research Fellow Dr. Madalina Toma and co-authors Dr Tobias Dreischulte, Dr Nicola Gray, Diane Campbell and Professor Bruce Guthrie.