Research on improvement has huge potential to shed light on how sustainable and replicable improvements to the quality of patient care can be made in the NHS more quickly.
The Health Foundation is building on its investment in the field since 2010 to establish an improvement research institute that will develop evidence on a massive scale across the NHS about what works to improve patient care.
The University of Cambridge has been chosen as the institute’s home following a 9-month UK-wide selection process. The Health Foundation will fund the institute in the region of £40m over 10 years to support its set-up and development, with the aim that it will ultimately become self-sustaining.
Find more information at The Health Foundation's website.