Tag Archives: normalisation process theory
What can we do with applied qualitative health research?
The British Sociological Association has a new special interest group in applied qualitative health research. Yesterday I was in Newcastle for its inaugural symposium (on twitter as #AQHR). Over 60 researchers had gathered to explore the question, ‘What can we do with applied … Continue reading
Posted in Aphasia, Books, journals and articles, Conferences, CPD, Ethics, implementation science, Research, Service delivery Tagged Carl May, culture, health, intervention, Newcastle, normalisation process theory, process evaluation, qualitative, randomised controlled trial, research, sociology Comments Off on What can we do with applied qualitative health research?
Smoothing the way for practice change
Journal Clubs are becoming popular as a way for teams to look together at research evidence and decide if practice needs to change as a result. But do we give enough thought to what happens next? Introducing and getting familiar with … Continue reading
Posted in CPD, implementation science, Professional standards, Research, Resources, Service delivery, Speech and Language Therapy Tagged accessible, implementation, normalisation process theory, speech and language therapy Comments Off on Smoothing the way for practice change