“We looked at the stories on Care Opinion. There’s a huge variety and some of the stories are actually quite upsetting... The person isn’t sitting in front of you, so there’s a bit of a distance – but their voice can still feel very powerful."
Teacher development lead, Kings College London
BMJ Blog: The transformative power of patient narratives in healthcare education
King’s College London
Care Opinion has been used by the GKT School of Medical Education to support student projects in general practice and in narrative analysis of patient experience.
Read more: Like stepping into the patient's shoes
Using two of the poems today and some @careopinion patient feedback in my @KCLWP talk today to Year 12 students about Communication Sills in GP. Does it matter what you say and how you say it? pic.twitter.com/MkwlK4en0s— Rini Paul #BlackLivesMatter #Ally 💙 (@EducatingRini) June 28, 2018
Imperial College School of Medicine
Care Opinion is being used to support a range of projects by medical students undertaking the intercalated BSc in Humanities, Philosophy and Law.
One student wrote: "Working with Care Opinion narratives opened my eyes to the other side of medicine, the side of the patient".
Read more: The other side of medicine