CHF are grateful that the Care Quality Commissions (CQC) approached us so that we could inform all our partner groups, parents and families of the social media campaign that took place from 14 November to 18 November 2016. This was a multi-channel public engagement campaign that took place on social media called: Invisible Conditions.
The purpose of the campaign encouraged patients and their parents to share both good and bad feedback about their care with the CQC as this helps to drive quality improvements.
As part of the campaign one group of ‘invisible’ long term conditions was featured each day.
On Monday 14 November 2016 heart conditions was focused upon.
What We Are Asking From You
We’re asking for a commitment to help encourage more people with ‘invisible’ heart conditions to feedback about their care experiences.
You can download campaign graphics, e-newsletter content and other campaign content at this link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7WUWAlSbl15Sl9wUVBxWmM4UlU
If you have any questions about the campaign please email Erin Trnkus, Senior Public Engagement Officer at email@example.com