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The Rise of ‘Patients’ Experiences’: Evidence, Distraction or Final Arbiter?

Sue Ziebland
Sue Ziebland

Hear Sue Ziebland's Lecture focusing on how and why ‘patients’ experiences’ have gained prominence in health services through research, patient reported outcome measures (PROMS), policy developments and as a direct source of information and support to people via the internet.


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