Case study: involving stroke survivors to improve the quality of care

Case Studies | Published: 16 Dec 2015

A 2015 case study from the stroke survivor patient and public involvement group at Torbay & South Devon NHS Foundation Trust, which brings together those affected by stroke, their carers, a professional representative from each part of the local stroke pathway, and any other associated stakeholders as required, to improve the quality of care for those surviving stroke.

This submission demonstrates collaboration for quality improvement, the value of shared experience through peer support, and the importance of involving all stakeholders in quality improvement.

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Case study: involving stroke survivors to improve the quality of care