Wednesday 17th May 2017
- Understanding user needs and involving a wide range of users
- Involving users at each step of information resource development
- Taking a co-production approach
- Different methods for engaging and seeking feedback from users
On Wednesday 17 May, in London, PIF will hold an event exploring involving users in developing health information.
Practically focused sessions will share case studies and top tips covering:
- A patient’s perspective
- Value of working with both ‘real’ and ‘expert’ patients
- Involving disadvantaged groups
- Experience based co-design and co-producing health information
- Involving users throughout the development of resources
- Different methods of engagement including focus groups, online panels and ‘think-aloud’
Speakers will join us from a wide range of organisations including: Leeds University, Alzheimer’s Research UK, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Talk Health Partnerships, Groundswell, MS-UK, MindWell and Luto.
You can view the full agenda on PIF’s website.
- Date: Wednesday 17 May 2017
- Venue: Resource for London, 56 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA
- PIF member cost: £150 plus VAT
- PIF non member cost: £225 plus VAT
(this includes a complementary 1-year individual membership to PIF)