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The feedback avalanche

The feedback avalanche. An article by the Patient Experience Library What does good patient experience look like? That question is easily answered by staff who work face to face with patients. Smiles, thank you cards and boxes of chocolates are visible signs that a patient’s experience has been good. But […]

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Patient Experience in England Report

Patient Experience in England Report NHS strategies, from the Five Year Forward View down, state that an understanding of patient experience is central to development of “person-centred” services. However, the 2018 Patient Experience in England report shows that staff teams across the NHS continue to struggle to make sense of […]

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Guidance on co-producing a research project

Guidance on co-producing a research project Published by INVOLVE, March 2018 Co-producing a research project is an approach in which researchers, practitioners and the public work together, sharing power and responsibility from the start to the end of the project, including the generation of knowledge. This guidance is a first […]

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Reflections on being involved in dementia research as a former carer. A blog by John Thurman

Reflections on being involved in dementia research as a former carer. A blog by John Thurman* During the day between attending a conference with members of the DEMCOM research team, and writing this blog, I visited my sister Catherine in her new care home. Her dementia is severe: she’s lost […]

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