Interest read that can provide helpful advice for funding organisations of health research:
” practitioners, researchers, foundations, and policymakers are embracing a set of ideas and practices that can be collectively labelled continuous improvement (CI) methods … On initial inspection, CI methods have important differences. Some emerge out of the research–practice partnership (RPP) and design-based research traditions, therefore placing greater value on the role of researchers in supporting larger scale and multiyear research and improvement efforts. Others have developed from a focus on data-based decision making and professional learning communities, and therefore see smaller teams of [stakeholders] as the core drivers of research and improvement … ”
What do you think?