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Developing innovative research methods and theories that present opportunities for healthcare improvement studies

Project
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Methods
Co-designing good practice guidelines for chronic subdural haematoma
We’re asking healthcare professionals to help in reaching agreement on which draft recommendations should be included in the final guideline
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Methods
Crowdsourcing in systematic reviews
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Journal article
What are the features of high-performing quality improvement collaboratives?
14 December 2023
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Journal article
How to co-design a prototype of a clinical practice tool: a framework with practical guidance and a case study
13 December 2023
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Journal article
A systematic review of patient access to medical records in the acute setting: practicalities, perspectives and ethical consequences
6 July 2023
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Co-designing good practice guidelines for chronic subdural haematoma
19 April 2023
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Journal article
Three observations for improving efforts in surgical improvement
21 November 2022
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What good looks like in small-scale surgical improvement efforts – developing a quality framework
2 September 2022
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Journal article
How to specify healthcare process improvements collaboratively using rapid, remote consensus-building
14 June 2021
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THIS report
Arts-based engagement: a guide for community groups, artists and researchers
11 May 2021
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Journal article
Crowdsourcing citation screening in a mixed-studies systematic review: a feasibility study
7 May 2021
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Journal article
A modified Delphi study to identify the features of high quality measurement plans for healthcare improvement projects
20 January 2020
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A mixed-methods study of challenges experienced by clinical teams in measuring improvement
12 November 2019
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Combining soft systems methodology, ethnographic observation and discrete-event simulation: A case study in cancer care
24 June 2019
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