Professor

Annette Boaz

BA, MSc, PhD

Professor of Health Care Research

Kingston University and St George's University of London

Email:

Twitter:

@AnnetteBoaz

Region:

South / South Eastern England

Member since

2017

Years in implementation:

3-5 years

UK-IS Trustee

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Primary types of work:

Primary areas of work:

Higher Education

Research

Social Care - Adult
Public Health
Clinical Health
Central Government policy

Supporting research use in UK government, conducting research on implementation of research evidence in the NHS

Main topics of interest:

Implementation-informed Service Design
Implementation Theory
Scaling Up
Sustainment
Co-Processes (Co-Design, Co-Creation etc.)
Systems Change/Systems Analysis
Competencies for Implementation Support
Evaluation of Implementation

I have more than 25 years of experience in supporting the implementation of research across a range of policy domains. I am a Founding Editor of the international journal in the field Evidence & Policy and have recently published a new book on evidence implementation: ‘What Works Now: Evidence Informed Policy and Practice.’ I am a Faculty member for the Implementation Science Masterclass run by the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration in South London, lead a Masters module in Implementation and Improvement Science at St George’s, University of London and supervise PhD students studying implementation.

PUBLICATIONS

Type

Year

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Journal or magazine article

2018

Boaz A, Hanney S, Borst R, O’Shea A, Kok M. (2018) How to engage stakeholders in research: design principles to support improvement. Health Res Policy Syst, 16:

Open access

Book

2019

Boaz, A, Davies, H, Fraser, A and Nutley, S (2019) What Works Now: Evidence Informed Policy and Practice. Policy Press: Bristol

Pay for access/to purchase

2016

Boaz A, Baeza J and Fraser A (2016) Does the ‘diffusion of innovations’ model enrich understanding of research use? Case studies of the implementation of thrombolysis services for stroke.Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, ISSN (print) 1355-8196 (Epub Ahead of Print)

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Journal or magazine article

2019

Boulton R and Boaz, A (2019) The emotional labour of quality improvement work in end of life care : a qualitative study of Patient and Family Centred Care in England. BMC Health Services Research, ISSN (online) 1472-6963 (In Press)

Open access

Journal or magazine article

2015

Boaz, A, Hanney S, Jones T and Soper B (2015) Does the engagement of clinicians and organisations in research improve healthcare performance: a three-stage review. BMJ Open, 5(12), e009415 -e009415. ISSN (print) 0959-8138

Open access

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