Health, Sports & Psychology

Report: Listen to me I'm a patient

Updated Thursday 18th December 2008

What did our Listen To Me, I'm A Patient survey reveal?

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During 2008 The Open University BLAST team carried out a survey on Open2.net  - alongside a series of events - exploring healthcare and healthcare choices in the UK. We're now able to report back about what was found.

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Click here to download the report [pdf, 3Mb]

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