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Share Your Care Experiences In Video Case Studies

Share Your Care Experiences In Video Case Studies

The independent regulator of health and social care in England, the Care Quality Commission is looking for people willing to be seen on screen talking about their experiences.

They have launched a year-long campaign highlighting the importance of sharing experiences of care and will give advice on why and how to raise concerns about care that people and their relatives have received. It will have a strong focus on those who received mental health support.

The campaign will encourage people to share their experiences of care – good or bad, as this information supports their monitoring, inspecting and rating of services.

Case studies of people’s experiences of care always play a vitally important part of their campaigns, so they are looking to recruit 3-5 people to take part in video case studies, with stories from a diverse range of people – including people working in health and social care settings.

The campaign aims to enable the voices of people who use services, their families and carers to improve understanding of the quality of care so people can make more informed choices.

If you have any questions or are interested in taking part, you can email them at engagementandinvolvement@cqc.org.uk



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