About these resources
This website from BMJ contains useful tools and resources aimed at healthcare professionals and anyone working in healthcare practice and policy. The resources are designed to help you make improvements to the quality and safety of healthcare around the world.
Made possible by support from the Health Foundation, the aim is to provide easy access to credible information at your finger-tips. With resources to suit all professionals and all levels of practice, from key research to national standards, implementation guidelines and case studies, you’ll find everything you need, all in one place.
Select a theme to access improvement tools, resources and ideas from across the health sector. Use the hub to collaborate and explore your ideas with colleagues, share your own improvement stories (lessons learned and successes) or tell us about improvement resources you’ve seen elsewhere.
How do we choose resources?
All of the content has been through a robust quality assurance review by BMJ. Each resource has been assessed against the following critiera:
- Clinical validity
- Authority of source
- Relevance to subject area
- Clarity, conciseness and correctness
- Timeliness and originality
- Evidence for intervention
- Alignment with national priorities, standards and best practice
- Critical appraisal of research
If you believe a particular resource is no longer relevant and you would like to share an updated resource, please contact us at email@example.com.
Thank you to our advisory board who provide advice and expert insight to shape these resource collections.
Dr Mike Durkin
Senior Advisor on Patient Safety Policy and Leadership for the NIHR Imperial College Patient Safety Translational Research Centre
Dr Cat Chatfield
Quality Improvement Editor for The BMJ
Head of Improvement Programmes (Patient Safety), NHS Improvement
Professor Alf Collins
Clinical director for personalised care at NHS England
Head of Section for Quality Improvement, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Anya de Longh
Patient leader and member of BMJ Patient Advisory Panel
Dr David Hall
National Clinical Lead for Mental Health at the Scottish Patient Safety Programme