The Jönköping Academy has an interactive research approach; feedback to the practice is of great importance to make the research contribute to actual improvements.

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Together with the Dartmouth Institute in the U.S. we have developed a new practice based Master's program in Improvement Knowledge and Leadership. The idea with the program is to offer a close connection between theory and practice.


  • Impressive quality improvement work in Jönköping
    Dr. Laura Leviton, senior adviser for evaluation at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, visited Jönköping and brought back some valuable lessons on patient and citizen engagement.
  • Learning improvement has never been easier
    There’s an exciting learning opportunity available that’s open to everyone with an interest in quality improvement in health and care. It’s called the Improvement FUNdamentals MOOC.
  • New article on quality improvement
    Johan Thor, Vinnvård Fellow of Improvement Science at Jönköping Academy, has co-written Sustaining improvement? The 20-year Jönköping quality improvement program revisited, an article recently published in Quality management in health care , 2015, Vol.24(1), pp.21-37. Co-authors are Anthony Staines and Robert Glenn.