Research to improve the quality and outcomes of health and social care systems
The purpose of the QSO PRU is to produce robust, relevant & usable research to improve the quality & outcomes of the health & social care system.
Deadline for return of applications is Thursday 16th January 2020. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an informal meeting in London on the 6th or 7th February 2020. Applicants invited to join the QSO PI-SIG will be asked to attend an initial meeting on the 5th March 2020.
2nd January 2020
17th January 2020
Quality, Safety & Outcomes Policy Research Unit
The Quality, Safety and Outcomes Policy Research Unit (QSO) is funded by the National Institute for Health Research. . It is a collaboration between the Universities of Kent and Oxford, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), the Picker Institute and Hull-York Medical School.
The underlying premise of our work is that improvements in the way we use health and care resources (inputs) will lead to improved outcomes for people using those services, and for staff engaged in providing health and care. One way we seek to produce robust, relevant and usable research is to involve members of the public in our research.
Health services and health delivery
All of research
Support and training provided
Daily attendance fee for meetings