Books and Articles
AYLOT, J., STAFYLARAKIS, M., KILNER, K and WHITE, R (2016) A common framework for carers: a final report of the consultation across health and social care for NHS England. Sheffield Hallam University and HS England.
BATES, Paul (March 2014) Context is everything in perspectives on context: a selection of essays considering the role of context in successful quality improvement. P1-31. [online]. The Health Foundation. http://www.health.org.uk/public/cms/75/76/313/4708/Perspectives%20on%20context.pdf?realName=7ISY0A.pdf
BOYLE, David, SLAY, Julia and STEPHENS, Lucy (April 2010). Public services inside out: putting co-production into practice. [online]. NESTA. http://www.neweconomics.org/publications/entry/public-services-inside-out
COULTER, Angela (April/June 2012) Patient engagement: what works? [online]. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. http://informedmedicaldecisions.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Patient_Engagement_What_Works_. 3.pdf
Dixon-Woods M. (2014) The problem of context in quality improvement. London: The Health Foundation, 2014. http://www.health.org.uk/sites/default/files/PerspectivesOnContextDixonWoodsTheProblemOfContextInQualityImprovement.pdf
FISCHER, Martin and EREAUT, Gill. (2011). Can changing clinician-patient interactions improve healthcare quality? A scoping report for The Health Foundation. [online]. The Health Foundation. http://www.health.org.uk/public/cms/75/76/313/3121/Can%20changing%20clinician%20patient%20interactions%20improve%20healthcare%20quality.pdf?realName=b7L0jo.pdf
HAM, Chris., BERWICK, Don., DIXON, Jennifer (2016) Improving quality in the English NHS – a strategy for action. London: Kings Fund. http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/sites/files/kf/field/field_publication_file/Improving-quality-Kings-Fund-February-2016.pdf
MACHACZEK, K.K., ALLMARK P (undated) Factors contributing to increased uptake of and retention to regular physical activity for patients with mild to moderate depression (MMD): a realist synthesis.