The Patient-Centred Care project: Evaluation report – King’s Fund – 11 August 2011

Posted on August 22, 2011. Filed under: Oncology, Patient Participation | Tags: |

The Patient-Centred Care project: Evaluation report – King’s Fund – 11 August 2011

“The Patient-Centred Care Project, an evidence-based co-design (EBCD) project, that aimed to improve the experience and quality of care for patients receiving treatment for breast cancer and lung cancer at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Supported by King’s College London and The King’s Fund, it was funded by Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity.

This independent evaluation report, commissioned by the Fund, describes the process and impact of the EBCD project within breast cancer services (the first phase of the project). It presents a summary of the findings, including:

the process of evidence-based co-design
the key successes, outcomes and impact of the project
the lessons learned during the project
the solutions implemented in response to the project’s findings.”

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