Case study: involving children and young people for QI

Case Studies | Published: 20 Nov 2015 | Author: HQIP

A 2015 case study from the NHS Youth Forum, who work in partnership with NHS England, Public Health England and the Department of Health to involve children and young people in healthcare quality improvement.

This submission demonstrates the importance of using the views of young people, the results of partnership with young people, and the use of social media to reach young people.

 

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Case study: involving children and young people for QI