Monthly Archives: March 2017

Health Foundation award for health care improvement research institute

We are delighted that the Health Foundation have chosen the University of Cambridge to establish and run a new health care improvement research institute, led by CCHSR co-director Professor Mary Dixon-Woods. For full details of the award, see the Health Foundation announcement.

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Professor Mary Dixon-Woods discusses why we need to think about ‘economy of attention’ at the Nuffield Trust Health Policy Summit

Awareness of ‘economy of attention’ with regard to quality improvement and controlling disease was the focus of Professor Mary Dixon-Wood’s talk at the Nuffield Trust Health Policy Summit on the 3rd of March. See a short interview with Mary below which sums up why she believes this is an important concept to keep in mind: Lessons …read more

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What does “good” really mean in patient experience surveys?

Evaluating our experiences can be tricky. I recently completed a two-day training course: the trainer was great, the content engaging and helpful, and I dutifully went down the evaluation form giving glowing reviews all round. In the circumstances, my assessment felt very genuine. Of course, there is the fact that the trainer was still standing …read more

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