QualityWatch

QualityWatch is a major research programme by the Nuffield Trust and the Health Foundation providing independent scrutiny into how the quality of health and social care is changing over time.

Spotlight

Published: 03/04/2017

Community services: What do we know about quality? 29/11/2017Nora Cooke O'Dowd | Holly Dorning

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Root causes: Quality and inequality in dental health 02/11/2017John Appleby | Leonora Merry | Robert Reed

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Focus on: People with mental ill health and hospital use 14/10/2015Holly Dorning | Dr Alisha Davies | Ian Blunt

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Research about how the quality of physical health care affects people with mental ill health.

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Quality at a cost 08/12/2016Dr Elizabeth Fisher | Dr Lucia Kossarova | Eilís Keeble | Holly Dorning | Nora Cooke O'Dowd

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Winter pressures: what's going on behind the scenes? 11/02/2016Dr Elizabeth Fisher | Holly Dorning

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Focus on: Emergency hospital care for children and young people 24/04/2017Eilís Keeble | Dr Lucia Kossarova

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New report shows rise in emergency hospital admissions for young children 24/04/2017

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Latest QualityWatch Focus On report has found that the number of babies and young children admitted to hospital in an emergency has grown by...

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Focus on: Public health and prevention 28/04/2016Dr Alisha Davies | Eilís Keeble | Dr Tazeem Bhatia | Dr Elizabeth Fisher

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This QualityWatch report provides an overview of public health outcomes in recent years.

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Consensus on quality 18/12/2015Holly Dorning

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The QualityWatch programme uses a framework that views quality through six domains.

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Focus on: International comparisons of healthcare quality 03/07/2015Dr Lucia Kossarova | Dr Martin Bardsley | Ian Blunt

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An analysis of 27 care quality indicators across 15 countries to explore what comparisons of international healthcare data can tell us about...

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Focus on: Hospital admissions from care homes 29/01/2015Paul Smith | Chris Sherlaw-Johnson | Cono Ariti | Dr Martin Bardsley

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An estimated 325,000 older people live in care homes in England, representing around four per cent of the population aged 65 and over. Given...

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