Delivering a new model of healthcare can be exciting and challenging at the same time. This is why the Children & Young People’s Health Partnership (CYPHP) is working with researchers from Kings College London (KCL). For us, it is important to understand how CYPHP services can improve, so asking questions like the following are very important:
- Has CYPHP been helpful to your role, to your patients?
- Have new processes been communicated well?
- Have you had some ideas about how CYPHP might have helped you to embed processes easier, better, more efficiently?
- How are CYPHP services and projects working or not working for you and your patients?
Researchers from KCL are interested in talking to a variety of people who have been involved in delivering, or have received CYPHP services, including:
- Service providers – administration staff, practice nurses, GPs, paediatricians, practice managers, service managers, and school nurses.
- Commissioners of local health care services.
- Children, young people, and families who have completed the CYPHP Health Check and received CYPHP services.
Your discussion can last anywhere between 30 - 60 minutes, and any information you provide will be kept strictly confidential.
Your contribution is an important aspect of the programme, as a wide range of views will help inform the needs of services for commissioners and providers of children’s healthcare.
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