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Education and practice: Patient involvement in quality improvement

By BMJ Group

It is vital to involve children, young people and families in the design, delivery and improvement of their care. Their involvement can range from individuals giving feedback, such as patient stories, to collaborative work including patient groups and communities helping to develop and commission services.In this podcast Sophie Robertson, Paediatric Department, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Kate Pryde, Department of Child Health, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and Kath Evans, Head of Patient Experience - Maternity, Newborn, Children and Young People, NHS England, discuss the methods of involving patients in care, and how this can lead to meaningful participation and improvement of services.Read their ADC article on this topic:Patient involvement in quality improvement: is it time we let children, young people and families take the lead? http://goo.gl/ETgGW1

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