At the PIF Annual Conference on Wednesday 25 May 2016 we will be holding our Best Poster Competition. Entries to the competition will demonstrate partnership working to improve healthcare information and support.
The best judged poster on the day, as voted for by delegates, will win a prize. Over the next few days we will be showcasing the entries to the competition. We start below with a submission from Breast CancerCare.
You can find out more details about the conference and how you can attend here: www.pifonline.org.uk/2016-conference
Putting research into action
This poster offers a summary of a user involvement research project carried out by the Community Health and Learning Foundation on behalf of UK charity Breast Cancer Care.
Breast Cancer Care produces a wide range of patient information in multimedia formats for people facing breast cancer.
The project looked at how well people with lower levels of health literacy understood specific pieces of Breast Cancer Care breast awareness information.
It made a number of detailed recommendations for improvements to ensure Breast Cancer Care’s important breast awareness messages are presented in an accessible way for as wide an audience as possible.
The poster explains the rationale for commissioning the research, the methodology and it talks about how Breast Cancer Care made both immediate changes to patient information based on the findings, and is continuing to use key learning from the research in its current work.
Presenter: Julia Bell, Head of Publishing
Organisation: Breast Cancer Care