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20th Jun 2013

New Funding to Improve Patient Safety

The Health Foundation wants to make care safer by closing the gap between best practice and current delivery of care.

It has £4 million on offer to support up to nine project teams to implement and evaluate tested, evidence-based patient safety interventions at scale.

Types of project could include (but are not limited to):

  • Approaches to build skills in improving patient safety
  • Interventions to improve reliability of clinical care
  • Creating the conditions for the delivery of safer care.

Applicants will need to demonstrate a strong track record in designing, delivering and evaluating improvement projects.

Due to the range of skills and experience required, it is anticipated that applications will come from groups of organisations working together. The skills required include quality improvement, evaluation and clinical/service expertise.

Projects will also need to include an organisation that can influence wider practice and opinion.

If you are interested then the deadline for applications is 12 noon on Monday 23 September 2013.

Click here for further details.

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