Planning and leading a multidisciplinary colloquium to explore the epistemology of improvement
Systems of service
Heterogeneity
Can evidence-based medicine and clinical quality improvement learn from each other?
Understanding the conditions for improvement
The epistemology of quality improvement
Reconciling complexity and classification in quality improvement research
The contribution of case study research to knowledge of how to improve quality of care
The meaning of variation to healthcare managers, clinical and health-services researchers, and individual patients
Five main processes in healthcare
Beyond evidence
Problems and promises of innovation
Clarity and strength of implications for practice in medical journal articles
Building an integrated methodology of learning that can optimally support improvements in healthcare
Intergroup relationships and quality improvement in healthcare
Expert patients
Ten tips for incorporating scientific quality improvement into everyday work
Multidisciplinary centres for safety and quality improvement
Mainstreaming quality and safety
Creating safety by strengthening clinicians' capacity for reflexivity
Increasing the generalisability of improvement research with an improvement replication programme
Analytical studies
Confessions of a chagrined trialist
So what? Now what? Exploring, understanding and using the epistemologies that inform the improvement of healthcare