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  • 12May

    PIF calls for a commitment to high quality health information for all

    An important part of PIF’s work is to champion the value of high quality, accessible health information for improving patient experience and outcomes. At the PIF and All Party Parliamentary Health event last month, the debate centred on how we can move from rhetoric to reality: what are the key steps needed to ensure everybody…

  • 11May

    Proud to be a PIF Member

    Your membership of the Patient Information Forum (PIF) is your mark of professionalism within the health information and support sector.  It demonstrates your commitment to ensuring that the health information resources and services you deliver are of the highest possible standard, and is a sign of your expertise. As a member of PIF you are able…

  • 24Feb

    Improving access to information for people with long-term conditions

    On 25 January PIF delivered a workshop at the National Voices Annual Conference exploring how we can improve access to information for people with long term conditions. The workshop was based on out ‘Perfect Patient Information Journey project. National Voices have published our blog about the session, in which we share initial lessons from the…

  • 7Dec

    Producing patient information – a 50 year perspective!

    The King’s Fund have published a blog, inspired by their archive, exploring how guidance on what constitutes good quality patient information has changed over the last 50 years.   The King’s Fund’s first report on producing patient information, Information booklets for patients, was based on a survey carried out by the Fund in 1962. Using…

  • 14Jun

    New PIF Strategy

    After consultation with our members, partners and stakeholders, PIF is delighted to launch our new five year strategy. We have identified four strategic aims: QUALITY: We raise standards and highlight good practice in the production and provision of healthcare information and support. INTEGRATION: We campaign for high quality healthcare information and support to be an integral part…

  • 29Jun

    PiF website survey and usability testing

    One of PiF’s key aims this year is to create a ‘one stop shop’ for consumer health information professionals by redesigning, expanding and updating the PiF web site. To make sure we develop a site and services that meet your needs, and which bring more people to PiF, we need some help and feedback from you. We need your help in two ways: – to take part in user testing and to compete the online survey.

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