Learning together as a sector: NHS charities using shared measurement

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Carrington, Oliver
New Philanthropy Capital
Date of publication
4 September 2019
Health Services, Community Development and Regeneration
Social welfare
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The aim of this report is to highlight the potential of shared measurement in the NHS charity sector and to other groups of funders and charities. In addition to lessons from the pilot, it shares the five key findings about the grant-giving approach of the sector and the feedback collected from patients and staff on the activities that are funded.

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