Learning about new service models, workflows, and other changes in response to the practical and ethical challenges of the pandemic
Studying how to improve maternity outcomes for parents and babies through better prenatal, perinatal and postnatal services
Working with mental health service users, carers and staff to improve primary and secondary mental healthcare
Developing innovative research methods and theories that present opportunities for healthcare improvement studies
Co-designing improvements to initial points of contact between patients and the healthcare system, such as general practice
Co-producing guidance with patients and staff on the appropriate role of remote care during the pandemic and in the future
Taking a whole system approach to understand how quality and safety arise from complex systems and organisational culture.
Explore large-scale research projects studying interventions and techniques aimed at improving quality and safety in healthcare. Projects are run in collaboration with NHS patients, staff, academics and the public.
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.