Writing a service improvement case study is a great opportunity for allied health professionals to profile improvement work, often to a wider audience, and support wider adoption of evidence-based care. These top tips will help you to write and share an award-winning case study.
Service and quality improvement case studies can demonstrate real-life implementation of evidence and guidelines in health and social care, promote best practice, highlight actions that others can learn from, and celebrate excellence.
These top tips were produced for CAHPR by Naomi McVey, Head of Programmes for the Chief Allied Health Professions Officer and NICE Fellow, NHS England, in association with Ann Moore, Director of The Council for Allied Health Professions Research.
CAHPR are proud partners of the Chief Allied Health Professions Officer (CAHPO) Research Impact award in 2019
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