BCUK Ex-Pats…Question Pop-In Corner?

The ‘ask or answer’  pop-in corner that BCUK ex-pats  called into when there was a site I.T. problem, or, there was  a ‘how to’ question  to resolve, may be missed by many  who are learning their way around WP.   ‘Happy WP Engineers’ are nice people for issues that are a bit complex.  There is informal help from kindly bloggers we individually know.  While I was peeling an onion, I thought, (it’s what onion-peeling generates….) how good it would be if all the formal and informal information we glean could be harnessed into a similar informal central  sharing point here at WP.

 

 

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A PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP GETTING BUSY

A new local Patient Participation group, (PPG)the members of which, are registered patients at the practice, is seeking to inform the patients of their existence. As part of the introduction exercise, and to inform themselves how best to operate in the interests of the patients and the practice, the group want find out how the registered patients understand the current arrangements and also, how they use the services. To do so, they have to first draw up a questionnaire, carefully avoiding closed questions.

What questions would you ask?

Patients Participation Groups

A new local Patient Participation group, (PPG)the members of which, are registered patients at the practice, is seeking to inform the patients of their existence. As part of the introduction exercise, and to inform themselves how best to operate in the interests of the patients and the practice, the group want find out how the registered patients understand the current arrangements and also, how they use the services. To do so, they have to first draw up a questionnaire, carefully avoiding closed questions.

What questions would you ask?

WHAT QUESTIONS? WHAT ANSWERS?

I have been through the findings (see post on treasure trove) and have found a few more items. It has been an emotional roller coaster and left me with many, many questions I want to ask, and there is no-one to ask who could answer them. The excitement has waned into fact and reality.

It is an exercise as much about what I have, and even more, about what is missing. It saddens me that I shall not be able to piece together much of that. I do have a little more information somewhere, which I shall have to locate and tidy up, to put with the fragmented story I have so far put together.

One day, sometime in the future, someone will uncover the treasure trove again. When that happens, there will be at least two more archives to join it. I have been thinking about this. I shall not be here. It is difficult to know what questions need to be answered for future generations.