Clinical Commissioning Groups are invited take part in a survey on patient-reported measures

A team of researchers from the South West NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (PenCLAHRC) at Plymouth University are inviting members of Clinical Commissioning Groups to share their views on how patient-reported measures are currently being nationally implemented by taking part in a survey, which is available here

Through the survey, the team hopes to get a sense of what guidance would be most beneficial in terms of how to implement such measures and use findings to drive forward improvements in person-centred care. This information will help inform their Commissioners Guide on Person-Centred Metrics, which is work commissioned by NHS England.

For further information contact: Hannah Wheat, Research Assistant, NIHR CLAHRC South West Peninsula (PenCLAHRC) hannah.wheat@plymouth.ac.uk 07944 080003 or go to the website here

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