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Bridging the gap between knowledge and practice Your starter for 10: No.9 After Action Review: an evaluation tool

The ‘starter for 10’ series provides a starting point for managers, practitioners and researchers embarking on projects designed to implement best evidence to improve service delivery, enhance clinical practice or introduce innovations into health or social care. Each paper introduces an aspect of evidence-based practice. We will draw on relevant literature and our experience to […]

Bridging the gap between knowledge and practice Your starter for 10: No.2 Naming and framing the problem: using theories, models and conceptual frameworks

The ‘starter for 10’ series provides a starting point for  managers, practitioners and researchers embarking on projects designed to implement best evidence to improve service delivery, enhance clinical practice or introduce innovations into health or social care. Each paper introduces an aspect of evidence-based practice. We will draw on relevant literature and our experience to highlight […]

Patient and Public Involvement in Stoke Research

Stroke research tries to improve things for people who have strokes. Research can help save lives, prevent stroke and make sure that stroke survivors make the best recovery possible. Stroke researchers want to involve patients and the public in research to find out what the important issues are, what questions need answering and how best to communicate with the public. Patient and public involvement means that […]

Interdisciplinary Management Tool (IMT)

This workbook has been designed to help members of interdisciplinary health and social care teams to reflect on the performance of their team and explore the latest evidence related to how interdisciplinary teams work best. the aim is that through reflecting on performance and bench marking against available evidence, that teams are able to both […]

Yorkshire Health Study

The Yorkshire Health Study aims to help improve the health of people of Yorkshire. The study started in 2010 in South Yorkshire. So far more than 27,802 adults have filled in our Health Questionnaires. These Health Questionnaires are providing important up to date information about the health of people in Yorkshire, and how people in […]