Measuring and Evaluating the Impact of Health Information (London) - Mon 19 November 2018

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The Patient Information Forum was delighted to hold an event on Measuring and Evaluating the Impact of Health Information on Monday 19 November 2018 in London.  You can view the agenda here and view the presentations from the event below:

Measuring impact through surveys and analytics
Amy Evans - Information and Support Content Manager, Marie Curie

Recap Health project
Steve Pashley - Managing Director, Health2Works Ltd (H2W)

Knowledge for Healthcare Value and Impact Toolkit
Clare Edwards - Deputy Head of Library and Knowledge Services and Technology Enhanced Learning and Dominic Gilroy - Library and Knowledge Service Development Manager, Health Education England

Improving patient outcomes with OWise - a personalised breast cancer patient app: From clinical studies to measurement of impact in real-time 
Dr Anne T Bruinvels – Founder, Px HealthCare Ltd

How to demonstrate impact in 5 easy steps
Tracey Pratchett - Knowledge & Library Services Manager, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Victoria Treadway - Knowledge Management Facilitator, NHS RightCare

Interactive flipchart session results:
Barriers
Drivers
Stakeholders
Methods
Sharing

Measuring impact on wellbeing
Nancy Hey – Director, What Works Centre for Wellbeing

Evaluating the impact of the My Transplant Tracker app
Jonathan Kay - Patient Information Writer and Researcher and Claire Oliver - Marketing Manager, Anthony Nolan

 

 

 

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.