Case study: auditing the effectiveness of patient and public engagement

Case Studies, Patient Focused Reports | Published: 19 Nov 2015

A 2015 case study from The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust on auditing the effectiveness of patient and public engagement.

This submission demonstrates the review of NHS Trust patient and public engagement activity, the importance of patient and public involvement, and the effectiveness of patient and public engagement in quality improvement.

 

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Case study: auditing the effectiveness of patient and public engagement