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  • 1. www.healthtalkonline.org
    Sue Ziebland
    Reader in Qualitative Health Research, University of Oxford
  • 2. What is Health Talk Online?
    Award winning multimedia websites
    Featuring over 60 qualitative interview studies illustrated with thousands of video and audio clips from interviews on health experiences
    Each condition-specific site based on a diverse sample of video recorded interviews (~40), data written up as chapters (~25) on important topics from the interviews
    For e-patients and the public, carers, professionals in practice and training, policy makers
    Collaboration between DIPEx charity and the Health Experiences Research group in University of Oxford
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  • 4. Learning from patients experiences: Privacy and dignity in prostate cancer
  • 5. Hugh’s mother died of pancreatic cancer
  • 6. Healthtalkonline/YouthhealthtalkMonthly Visits - Leading Countries
  • 7. USA GrowthVisits per month
  • 8.
  • 9. International DIPEx
    Current collaborations in
    Japan, Spain, Australia
    Germany, South Korea, Netherlands
    Israel, Canada
    Voluntary. Training from Oxford group (and collaborators) in methods, detailed research handbook
    International comparisons of patients’ experiences. Special issue of journal of Chronic Illness Spring 2012
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  • 11. Contacts
    Sue.ziebland@phc.ox.ac.uk
    Department of Primary Health Care Sciences
    University of Oxford, UK
    www.healthtalkonline.org
    www.youthhealthtalk.org
    Graham.shaw@dipex.org