Journal articles Browse research published in peer reviewed journals that has been funded by the Health Foundation

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The road to hell is paved with good intentions

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27 July 2021

A cohort study examining the experience of applying for national data for linkage and suggestions for improvement.

Participatory co-design and normalisation process theory with staff and patients to implement digital ways of working into routine care

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18 July 2021

Research conducted into the normalisation process theory with staff and patients to implement digital ways of working into routine care.    

Long-term care spending and hospital use among the older population in England

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4 June 2021

Research on long-term care spending and hospital use among the older population in England.

The impacts of collaboration between local health care and non-health care organisations and factors shaping how they work

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19 April 2021

A review of reviews on the impact of collaboration between healthcare and non-healthcare organisations.

Post-intensive care syndrome following cardiothoracic critical care

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15 April 2021

A feasibility study of a complex intervention.

Using virtual patients to explore the clinical reasoning skills of medical students

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3 April 2021

Mixed method study to identify the clinical reasoning strategies of medical students.

Evidence use as socio-material practice

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30 March 2021

Identifying three socio-material mechanisms through which evidence and context shape each other in decision-making: connecting, ordering, resisting.

Perspectives of paediatric hospital staff on factors influencing the sustainability and spread of a safety quality improvement programme

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22 March 2021

Hospital staff perspectives on sustainability and and safety of quality improvement programmes in paediatric care.

The first episode rapid early intervention for eating disorders (FREED) – Upscaled study

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6 March 2021

Assessing the scalability of FREED.

COVID-19 lockdown: Ethnic differences in children’s self-reported physical activity and the importance of leaving the home environment

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3 March 2021

A longitudinal and cross-sectional study from the Born in Bradford birth cohort study.

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