University of WarwickEngland - West MidlandsEngland - national
I am a Research Fellow in Behavioural Science and Health Economics at Warwick Business School (WBS). With Professor Ivo Vlaev, at WBS, I am involved in the Health Foundation-funded project - 'Nudging more cost-effective medication use across NHS organisations'. Our team looked at the most common reasons for sub-optimal medication use, and explored the groups of behaviours associated with these, for example selecting new medications and discontinuing previous medications. We are conducting some research to improve these behavioural outcomes using light-touch, low-cost interventions, i.e. 'nudges'. In addition to these, I am also working in research to understand factors associated with implementing quality improvement programs in the NHS organisations.
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Areas of interest
- Collaboration and networking
- Improvement research
- Patient experience
- Patient safety
- Quality improvement
- Quality of care
- Culture of Continuous Improvement
- Network mapping
- Q Improvement Framework Resources
- Psychology for Improvement
- Exploring Adaptive Space – community of practice
- Mindfulness for Quality Improvement
- Sustainable Healthcare
- Closing the gap: developing improvers for a complex world
- Measurement for Improvement
- Human Factors
- Q Lab – peer support group
- Communities of Practice