Learning Health Systems
UCLPartners help organisations implement a learning health system approach to learn and act fast to drive improvement.
Learning Health Systems allow organisations to rapidly make decisions backed by data and evidence to improve how services are delivered and quickly monitor the impact and adjust the approach as necessary.
Working in partnership with the NIHR ARC North Thames and academic leaders, we support organisations and programmes to create learning health systems through providing academic expertise for understanding evidence to date, analysing data, evaluating change and impact, gathering qualitative insights from staff, patients and the public, and rapidly sharing learning in innovative ways.
- Systematically capturing and acting on insights from front-line staff: the ‘Bedside Learning Coordinator’ (BMJ Quality Safety): Jenny Shand, Dominique Allwood, Nicole Lee, Noor Elahi, Iain McHenry, Karen Chui, Sophie Tang, Zoe Dawson-Couper, James Mountford, Richard Bohmer
- Learning Systems: Managing Uncertainty in the New Normal of Covid-19 (NEJM Catalyst): Richard Bohmer, Jenny Shand, Dominique Allwood, Andrew Wragg, James Mountford
- The five habits of learning health systems (Health Service Journal): Dr Jenny Shand, Rachel Penniston