The POPPi guide : practicalities of producing patient information Public Deposited

  • 1857174097
Place of publication
  • London
  • King's Fund
Publication date
  • 2000
  • 79
  • The provision of high-quality, nationally standardised health information is currently high on the NHS agenda: National Service Frameworks are setting standards for the quality of the information given as part of patient care; every trust must develop an information strategy and policy, to agreed standards; the Patient's Charter lists certain rights to information for patients, and the standards expected from those who provide this information. The clear presentation of good quality, evidence-based information for patients is a vital component of every health organisation's future strategy. This book is a guide for all who are aiming for excellence in the production of health information materials. Based on the lessons learned from the 'Promoting Patient Choice' programme, it is a resource that provides information for producing good quality patient-based information. It provides a step-by-step guide to the processes involved in the production of information packages.
  • Pagination: ix, 79p.; New edition published March 2003: 'Producing patient information : how to research, develop and produce effective information sources'.
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