Public Health England’s Research and Innovation Strategy (PHE / NHS IQ)

Summary

Public Health England (PHE) have released their strategy for research, development and innovation, following a consultation. The set of seven PHE priorities have been resolved across five broader high level strategic constructs. Topic headings in this report comprise:

  1. The strategic context.
  2. Current significant PHE research activities.
  3. Our strategic priorities for research, translation and innovation.
  4. Priority One. Knowledge: generating new knowledge to improve and protect health.
  5. Priority Two. Infrastructure: building a sustainable high-quality infrastructure to enable research by PHE and others.
  6. Priority Three. Capacity: developing public health research capacity in PHE and elsewhere (which attracts public health researchers).
  7. Priority Four. Innovation: accelerating the translation of research into policy and practice.
  8. Priority Five. Communication: communicating how research actually improves / protects health and wellbeing and reduces health inequalities.
  9. Implementation.

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Reference

Doing, supporting and using public health research: the Public Health England strategy for research, translation and innovation. London: Public Health England (PHE), [July 2014] August 13th 2015.

Better Knowledge, Better Care: Video Animations (NHS IQ BKBC)

Possibly also of interest, and presented with a disarmingly “light touch”, NHS IQ have released four free animations on the value of knowledge, and Knowledge Management (KM) in health and care. The four animations are:

  1. What is knowledge?
  2. Knowledge through the ages.
  3. Introducing knowledge management.
  4. Better knowledge, better care.

Full Text Link

Reference

One of a kind Better Knowledge, Better Care animations launched. [Online / Leeds accent?]: NHS IQ’s Knowledge and Intelligence Team, August 19th 2015.

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