Julie is the Deputy Director and Academic Lead for the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) Northwest London.
Julie is also a senior research fellow at Imperial College and was in the first cohort of Improvement Science Fellows funded by the Health Foundation.
Julie's research interest cover a wide range of topics associated with the emerging field of Improvement Science. Julie is at the forefront of defining this new field working with international colleagues to define the Frontiers of Improvement Science, to establish principles of Improvement in Organisations and to advance thinking about how to evaluate complex interventions in complex systems.
et al., 2019, The role of patients and carers in diffusing a health-care innovation: A case study of "My Medication Passport", Health Expectations, ISSN:1369-6513
et al., 2019, Evolving quality improvement support strategies to improve Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle fidelity: a retrospective mixed methods study, Bmj Quality and Safety, Vol:28, ISSN:2044-5415, Pages:356-365
et al., 2019, Successful Healthcare Improvements From Translating Evidence in complex systems (SHIFT-Evidence): Simple rules to guide practice and research, International Journal for Quality in Health Care, Vol:31, ISSN:1353-4505, Pages:238-244
et al., 2019, What do care home managers believe constitutes an ‘assessment for frailty’ of care home residents in North-West London? A survey, Bmc Geriatrics, Vol:19, ISSN:1471-2318
Kaur M, Reed J, French C, 2018, How do QI Methods Support Patient/Public-Healthcare Professional Value Co-Creation?, OXFORD UNIV PRESS, Pages:21-21, ISSN:1353-4505