The Talking Points Person Outcomes Framework is an evidence based framework comprising the views of people living in the community who use care services about what is important to them in life and the impact of health and social care services on outcomes. This report considers the reporting and use of personal outcomes information in the context of self-management support and the applicability of the framework within different care contexts and at different levels of decision making.
The LTC6 Questionnaire asks patients with a long term condition about their healthcare over the last 12 months. It includes questions about involvement in decision- making, although the focus is on self-management. The measure can be used to drive improvements at both the population and provider level.
This interview template was developed by Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as part of its work on the Health Foundations Co-creating Health Programme. It sets out guidance and questions for semi-structured interviews with patients to understand how well supported they have felt in setting their own health goals and trying to achieve them.