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PRESENT: Patient Reported Experience Survey Engineering of Natural Text: developing practical automated analysis and dashboard representations of cancer survey freetext answers

Project title: PRESENT: Patient Reported Experience Survey Engineering of Natural Text: developing practical automated analysis and dashboard representations of cancer survey freetext answers

Call to action: 14/156 14/156 New research on use and usefulness of patient experience data

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Carol RivasORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-0316-8090

Lead Author: Dr Carol RivasORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-0316-8090

Contractor: University of Southampton

Cost: £364,594.33

Co-investigators: Dr Georgios Lyratzopoulos, Dr Mike Bracher, Dr Richard Giordano, Dr Richard Wagland, Mr David Simpson, Professor Carl May, Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Professor Guiqing Yao.

Started: November 2015 | Status: Published July 2019

Multidisciplinary mixed stakeholder co-design showed proof of concept for automated display of patient experience free-text comments in a way that could drive health-care improvements in real time.

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