14th May 2019 How are we listening to service user experience, what ways is this influencing our practice and positive outcomes for service users?

This week our very own Gill will be hosting looking at ‘How are we listening to service user experience, what ways is this influencing our practice and positive outcomes for service users?’ 

Q1 How are we as Occupational Therapists listening to service user experience as part of our practice?

Q2 How can listening to/involving service user expert views on their own health impact positive outcomes?

Q3 How can we demonstrate true collaborative and client centred ways of working

Q4 What are the barriers and enablers to true client centred practice, co-production and collaborative working between OTs and those who access our services?

Q5 Have you any examples of how this works well? When it hasn’t worked well?

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#OTalk Healthcare Social Media Transcript May 14th 2019

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