Care Opinion research chats
Care Opinion Research Chats (#corc) is a series of online conversations between James Munro (Care Opinion CEO) and academic researchers working in the area of patient feedback.
In each chat our aim will be to take a specific research finding as a starting point for a wider discussion which we hope will be accessible, interesting and relevant to a wide range of people including patients, health/care staff, students, policy makers and academics.
There's no requirement to read the research in advance of the event: we hope you'll find the conversation stimulating and informative, whatever your knowledge or experience of online patient feedback.
So, if these topics interest you, do come along!
Chat 4: Digital health citizenship: power and accountability in online feedback
With Dimitra Petrakaki, University of Sussex
Wednesday 17 March 2021, 1:30pm GMT
In this conversation we'll be talking about this recently published paper:
This research includes data from Care Opinion. We'll be discussing what we mean by digital health citizenship, whether it creates new forms of responsibility or accountability for citizens or public services, and what it's limitations might be.
Although the paper may be a difficult read for non-specialists, our conversation will aim to be accessible and interesting to everyone. You don't have to read the paper to enjoy the conversation.
If this interests you, do come along!
Register here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/corc-4-dimitra-petrakaki
Chat 3: Experiencing psychiatry: do online accounts and validated surveys address the same issues?
With Rebecca Baines, University of Plymouth
Tuesday 26 January 2021
Chat 2: How do healthcare staff respond to patient experience feedback online?
With Dr Lauren Paige Ramsey, Yorkshire & Humber Patient Safety Translational Research Centre
Tuesday 1 December 2020
Chat 1: Anonymity, veracity and power in online feedback
With Professor Louise Locock, University of Aberdeen
Tuesday 10 November 2020
Last updated 04/02/2021