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Join our readers’ panel

4th May 2020

We’re looking for patients and carers to join our readers’ panel and help us review our information leaflets prior to publication.Gathering  feedback is an important aspect of our work as it allows us to ensure our resources are as clear, useful and informative as possible.

Members of the readers’ panel will be contacted when we are updating or producing new leaflets for patients. They will receive a document to review along with a short questionnaire to complete and will then have two weeks to consider the questions and return any comments to us.

Feedback from patients and carers is an integral part of our information quality process and requires no previous knowledge – all we are looking for is general impressions on the content, clarity, tone, layout and structure of our leaflets.

Once the leaflet is put into circulation, we will send a copy of the finalised leaflet in the post to our panel members so they can see how their comments and feedback has been used to improve our information for patients.If, at any point, a panellist no longer wishes to help all they need to do is simply let us know and they will be removed from our list of volunteers.

For more information, please review this leaflet – if you are interested or know anyone who may be, please contact our communications and marketing team at marketing@hah.co.uk.


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