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HS&DR - NIHR131322

Improving patient, family and colleague witnesses' experiences of Fitness to Practise proceedings: A mixed methods study

Project title: Improving patient, family and colleague witnesses' experiences of Fitness to Practise proceedings: A mixed methods study

Call to action: 19/103 19/103 January 2020 HS&DR Researcher-led (Standard)

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Louise WallaceORCID logo

Contractor: The Open University

Cost: £754,475.57

Co-investigators: Dr Gemma HughesORCID logo, Dr Gemma RyanORCID logo, Dr Marc CornockORCID logo, Dr Sharif HaiderORCID logo, Ms Annie SorbieORCID logo, Professor Rosalind Searle.

Started: September 2021 | Status: Research in progress

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