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Evaluation designs for quality improvement practice and research

Evaluation designs for quality improvement practice and research

20 April 2015
Register to take part in a Health Systems Global Working Group on Quality workshop in London, UK

“Implementation Science” is an increasingly hot topic for those who are interested in understanding what it takes to close the gap between what we know from clinical evidence, and what we are actually doing to improve health and care for populations and patients.

To contribute to this discussion, the Health Systems Global Working Group on Quality will host a workshop on evaluation designs for quality improvement practice and research. The workshop will draw on the experience of Health Systems Global members and focus on current frameworks and practical challenges for evaluation in resource-limited settings, drawing from a growing body of theoretical and practical knowledge in this area. The objectives will be to increase the understanding of the prevailing evaluation frameworks and their application to quality improvement work in low and middle-income country settings. Lessons from these settings are expected to be applicable to all resource settings.

Where: Institute for Child Health, University College London, London, UK
When: Monday 20 April 2015, 8.30am - 12.30pm
Audience: Quality Improvement implementers and researchers
Fee: free of charge
Registration: 100 person limit, to register email Mark Bradshaw, Institute for Healthcare Improvement

The exact location, agenda and speakers will be published in early March. The workshop is a satellite event of the International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare, a meeting co-sponsored by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and the British Medical Journal, that will be held in London from 21-24 April.

About Health Systems Global

Health Systems Global (HSG) is an organisation which aims to achieve connect the global health systems research and policy communities in order to attain better health, equity and well-being for all. They do this through convening researchers, policy-makers and implementers from around the world to develop the field of health systems research and unleash their collective capacity to create, share and apply knowledge to strengthen health systems.