Case study: listening to patients for quality improvement

Case Studies | Published: 19 Nov 2015

A 2015 case study from the Nuffield Patient Liaison Group on the importance of listening to patients for quality improvement.

This submission demonstrates the use of open questions to identify improvements needed, the effectiveness of face to face interviews, and the need to listen to patient experience for quality improvement.

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Case study: listening to patients for quality improvement