Outputs of our work

Browse an expanding evidence base for the NHS about how to improve quality and safety in healthcare. We’re committed to publishing accessible and freely available outputs that are high quality, highly relevant, and scientifically excellent.

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Three observations for improving efforts in surgical improvement
21 November 2022
A qualitative study of design stakeholders’ views of developing and implementing a registry-based learning health system
25 October 2022
Encouraging openness in health care: Policy and practice implications of a mixed-methods study in the English National Health Service
14 October 2022
Guiding organisational decision-making about COVID-19 asymptomatic testing in workplaces: mixed-method study to inform an ethical framework
07 October 2022
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17 August 2022
Visual identifier systems for patients with cognitive impairment in healthcare settings: a survey of practice in UK hospitals
17 May 2022
Concordance of hospital ranks and category ratings when using the current technical specification of US Hospital Star Ratings and reasonable alternative specifications
13 May 2022
A quality framework for remote antenatal care: qualitative study with women, healthcare professionals, and system-level stakeholders
13 May 2022
Radiography as a sociotechnical system – Improving patient identification with a multi-level human factors approach
14 April 2022
Qualitative study of candidacy and access to secondary mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic
19 January 2022
What we learned from service users, carers, and mental health staff about access to NHS secondary mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic
06 January 2022
Why do systems for responding to concerns and complaints so often fail patients, families and healthcare staff? A qualitative study
04 November 2021