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Motivating Change: a grounded theory of how to achieve large-scale, sustained change, co-created with improvement organisations across the UK
  1. Jenna P Breckenridge1,
  2. Nicola Gray2,
  3. Madalina Toma2,
  4. Sue Ashmore3,
  5. Ruth Glassborow4,
  6. Cameron Stark5,
  7. Mary J Renfrew1
  1. 1School of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Dundee, Dundee, UK
  2. 2Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre, School of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Dundee, Dundee, UK
  3. 3Baby Friendly Initiative, Unicef UK, London, UK
  4. 4Improvement Support and ihub, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, Edinburgh, UK
  5. 5Public Health Medicine, NHS Highland, Inverness, UK
  1. Correspondence to Dr Jenna P Breckenridge; j.breckenridge{at}dundee.ac.uk

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  • Contributors JPB designed the project, led and facilitated the knowledge mobilisation activity, analysed the workshop notes, prepared the complete first draft of the paper and redrafted in response to team input. MJR contributed to design, workshop facilitation, data analysis, commented on drafts and coordinated communication with the partner organisations. MT contributed to workshop facilitation, commented on drafts and contributed to the final writing of the manuscript. NG contributed to workshop facilitation and commented on drafts. SA, CS and RG facilitated partnership working with their organisations, contributed to theory development, commented on drafts and agreed on the final manuscript on behalf of participating members in their organisations.

  • Funding This work is supported by core funding from the Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre, which is jointly funded by the Scottish Funding Council, Health Foundation, Chief Scientist Office, and NHS Education Scotland. The funding bodies had no role in the design or interpretation of this study or in writing the manuscript.

  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Patient consent for publication Not required.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.

  • Data availability statement No additional data are available.

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  • Twitter To engage with us about this article via twitter: @Jen_Breck @EBImprovement @NicolaGray001 @toma_madalina84 @maryrenfrew

  • Contributors JPB designed the project, led and facilitated the knowledge mobilisation activity, analysed the workshop notes, prepared the complete first draft of the paper and redrafted in response to team input. MJR contributed to design, workshop facilitation, data analysis, commented on drafts and coordinated communication with the partner organisations. MT contributed to workshop facilitation, commented on drafts and contributed to the final writing of the manuscript. NG contributed to workshop facilitation and commented on drafts. SA, CS and RG facilitated partnership working with their organisations, contributed to theory development, commented on drafts and agreed on the final manuscript on behalf of participating members in their organisations.

  • Funding This work is supported by core funding from the Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre, which is jointly funded by the Scottish Funding Council, Health Foundation, Chief Scientist Office, and NHS Education Scotland. The funding bodies had no role in the design or interpretation of this study or in writing the manuscript.

  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Patient consent for publication Not required.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.

  • Data availability statement No additional data are available.

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