- Research Associate
- NHS AfC: Band 7 / Monitor 3.1
- Full Time 37.5 hours per week
- Cheylesmore House
- £33,222 - £43,041 per annum
- 17/02/2019 23:59
NHS Improvement is responsible for overseeing foundation trusts, NHS trusts and independent providers. We offer the support these providers need to give patients consistently safe, high quality, compassionate care within local health systems that are financially sustainable. By holding providers to account and, where necessary, intervening, we help the NHS to meet its short-term challenges and secure its future.
NHS Improvement is the operational name for the organisation that brings together Monitor, NHS Trust Development Authority, Patient Safety, the National Reporting and Learning System, the Advancing Change team and the Intensive Support Teams.
The Improvement Directorate is responsible for building long term improvement and leadership development capability across the NHS and supporting shorter-term improvements across core NHS standards for acute, mental health, community and ambulance trusts.
The ACT Academy is a small expert team who have a high degree of autonomy to design and deliver a suite of long term learning/educational ‘masters level 7 programmes reflecting current national policies to build the capability of teams and individuals across all sectors of the NHS and associated system partners to deliver service and quality improvement and transformational change across the NHS.
This role utilises specialist skills to support all research and evaluation activities of the team by:
- Collaborating in the design, and taking responsibility for research and evaluation activities for the developmental programmes delivered by the Advancing Change and Transformation (ACT) Academy. These activities will enhance and consolidate the evidence base for the developmental programmes in terms of teaching content, learning outcomes and measurable benefits.
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