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Current awareness service

NHS Institute Alert is a current awareness bulletin, highlighting latest research and opinion to NHS staff working in the areas of innovation and improvement. The aim is to improve practice by raising awareness of the latest evidence. The following topics are covered:

This recording lasts about four minutes and provides an introduction to NHS Institute Alert, Expert on Call and Guest Editorials. (Please note: the software is from Webex and will automatically download when you click on the link).

Guest Editorial

Brendan OosborneThe guest editorial for March 2011 has been written by Brendan Osborne, Programme Lead for Healthy Places Healthy Lives at the NHS Institute. Brendan Osborne and Gary Lucking, Senior Fellow, will present on the topic of health inequalities from 4 – 5pm on 17 March 2011.  Follow this link to register for the session.

 Previous Guest Editorials can be viewed here.

Expert on Call

Gary LuckingExpert on Call is a monthly webinar, freely provided by the NHS Institute, where leading thinkers in the NHS Institute and beyond share their insights from research or product development via Webex. NHS staff then have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss how they can put these insights into practice.


Article of the Month

Paresh.jpgNicola DaveyTo demonstrate our evidence-based practice, each month, different people at the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement choose a current article, and critique it. This month Nicola Davey, Senior Associate and Programme Manager for Advanced Improvement Capability and Paresh Dawda, GP and Teaching Faculty for Safer Care have selected recent publications on the evaluation of the Health Foundation’s Safer Patients Initiative as the Article of the Month...