Outputs from the Improving Lung Cancer Outcomes Project (ILCOP).
These four outputs can be downloaded at the bottom of the page:
- Improving care for lung cancer patients: a collaborative approach (improvement stories from lung cancer teams)
- 'Improving Lung Cancer Outcomes Project: patient experience questionnaire'
- Evaluation of participation in the Improving Lung Cancer Outcomes Project (ILCOP) by Natalie Armstrong, Graham Martin, Janet Willars, Elizabeth Shaw, Mary Dixon-Woods from Social Science Applied to Healthcare Research group, University of Leicester
- 'Improving lung cancer outcomes in the west of Scotland'.
Since 2010, the ILCOP involved more than 200 healthcare professionals in a 2-year programme of quality improvement activities, such as peer-led service reviews, face-to-face workshops and the collection of lung cancer patient experience data:
- 'Reciprocal peer review for quality improvement: an ethnographic case study of the Improving Lung Cancer Outcomes Project'. Emma-Louise Aveling, Graham Martin, Senai Jiménez García, Lisa Martin, Georgia Herbert, Natalie Armstrong, Mary Dixon-Woods, Ian Woolhouse. BMJ Qual Saf 2012;21:1034-1041.
- 'Optimizing patient involvement in quality improvement'. Armstrong, Herbert, Aveling, Dixon-Woods, Martin (Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester) Health Expectations on-line 3 Feb 2013 DOI: 10.111/hex.12039.
- 'A multicentre randomised controlled trial of reciprocal lung cancer peer review and supported quality improvement: results from the improving lung cancer outcomes project'. British Journal of Cancer.