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A Leading Together Programme was run in 2016. Details here >

There are other opportunities for face-to-face training and development. These cover such topics as:

  • Patient and public involvement
    • co-production
    • experience based co-design
  • Shared decision-making
  • Health literacy
  • Using patient stories
  • Patients in control
  • Patient-reported outcomes
  • Measuring and using patient experience
  • Person-centred care

Workshop, December 2014

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Oxford AHSN PPIEE workshop discussion, December 2014

The first Oxford AHSN PPIEE workshop took place on 17 December 2014. The 16 attendees included representatives from the Oxford AHSN Best Care and Clinical Innovation Adoption programmes, Patient Safety Academy and the University of West London College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare. Speakers included Dr Jacqui Hussey and patient and carer members of the Younger People With Dementia charity in Berkshire. Michael Seres, a patient and innovator, shared his personal story as a bowel transplant patient who created a stoma sensor device called Ostom-i Alert from his hospital bed – and the importance of embedding genuine patient and public involvement. Attendees’ feedback included: ‘Like a stick of rock – PPIEE should be all the way through’.

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