The Learning Health Community is a grassroots stakeholder organisation, based in the US, but with members around the world. It aims to facilitate the realisation of a person centred, continuous and rapid Learning Health System.
Learning Health Systems (LHS) is an international, open access, peer-reviewed journal published in collaboration between Wiley and the University of Michigan. With a goal of advancing the interdisciplinary area of learning health systems, the journal promotes research, scholarship, and dialogue focused on theory, complex issues, conceptual syntheses, education models and more. LHS seeks to achieve continuous rapid improvement in health and healthcare and to transform organizational practice. The journal includes research reports, experience reports, technical reports, briefs and commentaries.
The Swiss Learning Health System (SLHS) is a collaborative project between seven academic partner institutions to establish a national platform for health systems and services research, policy and practice. The goal of the SLHS is to foster dialogue between different stakeholders with the aim of developing and continuously integrating evidence-based solutions to current and future challenges in the health system.
The Learning Healthcare Project maintains links to many national and regional Learning Health System projects around the world. Descriptions and links to these can be found by following this link to our publication page.