From the ivory towers to the swampy lowlands; making research more useful for practitioners
Health services researchers have too little impact on practice and practitioners are often insufficiently focused on the utility of research evidence. In this seminar Martin Marshall, Professor of Healthcare Improvement at UCL, will describe the development and use of a participatory approach used for evaluating health service change, the Researcher-in-Residence model.
Martin Marshall is Professor of Healthcare Improvement at UCL and Director of London Social Enterprise for Health Improvement.
UCL Institute for Global Prosperity’s Directors Seminars series aims to give an in-depth theoretical perspective on sustainable and inclusive prosperity.