CaHRU/LIH seminar: Quality Improvement Collaboratives – theory design and effects

The latest in the CaHRU and Lincoln Institute for Health Improvement Science and Research Methods seminar series was given by Professor Siriwardena on ‘Quality Improvement Collaboratives (QICs): theory design and effects on 28 February 2018. The CaHRU team have led Continue reading CaHRU/LIH seminar: Quality Improvement Collaboratives – theory design and effects

CAHRU/LIH improvement science and research methods seminar: Mixed methods

The first of this year’s series of CaHRU/LIH (Community and Health Research Unit/Lincoln Institute for Health) improvement science and research methods seminars was given by Prof Siriwardena on mixed methods on 16 February 2016. Improvement and implementation science benefits from Continue reading CAHRU/LIH improvement science and research methods seminar: Mixed methods

New paper published on contextual factors for quality improvement in ambulance services

A new study from CaHRU is published this month in the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice entitled ‘Exploration of contextual factors in a successful quality improvement collaborative in English ambulance services: cross-sectional survey’. The study, involving a research team Continue reading New paper published on contextual factors for quality improvement in ambulance services