Lack of information and fear of Covid-19 is preventing some patients from getting the healthcare they need. Applying behavioural insights to information for patients may help reassure people when it is safe to attend. Dan Berry, Behavioural Science Unit, Hill+Knowlton Strategies provides a six-point guide.
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In conversation with PIF co-founder Mark Duman
We talk to PIF co-founder Mark Duman about why PIF was started, the need to understand patients on an individual level and fully integrating health information…
'The next 25 years of health information will be challenging but interesting'
Judging the quality of YouTube videos on COVID-19 – lessons learnt
PIF member and freelance writer Louise Coghlin investigates the quality and reliability of YouTube videos on Covid and Covid vaccines.
The Perfect Patient Information Journey (PPIJ) and integrated public private pathways
Engaging Long COVID patients
Patient Safety Learning looks at some of the concerns facing people living with Long COVID.
Health Information Challenges and Solutions
This week PIF held its Health Information Challenges and Solutions Workshop online for the first time.The open space event is a chance for members to…
EU clinical trial sponsors to publish lay-friendly summaries of key findings
Changes in health information over the past 21 years – and the outlook for the future
Vlog: Celebrating 21 years of health information
Listen to Ellie Rose, Patient Information Editor at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, vlog about what she finds useful about her…
Developing information for older people with long-term health conditions
Helping the #HiddenHalf – health information for maternal mental health
Getting health information right impacts health outcomes
Blog by Amy Corkery – Editor, Patient Information, British Heart Foundation