Opportunity details

Exploring patient perceptions of their treating healthcare provider in an acute trauma setting.

Provide patient experiences and views of therapy-led fracture clinics.

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Full description:

Have you attended ED with an injury to your hand or wrist and been given initial advise then booked into a fracture clinic? (virtual or face to face clinic)
When you attended this fracture clinic were you expecting to see a doctor, but were seen and treated by a therapist (physiotherapist or occupational therapist) instead?

We are keen to explore the impact of the qualification of the treating healthcare provider on patient outcomes.

Date from

26th March 2021

Date to

31st July 2021


Leanne Miller c/o Norfolk and Norwich Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

This activity is being completed as part of a Health Education England Post-doctoral bridging award which funds protected and dedicated time away from clinical practice and for specific research acitivities which will help to support developing a future NIHR fellowship application. Leanne Miller is employed by the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust.



Muscles, joints and bones


UK wide

Involvement type:

Identifying and prioritising

What support is offered?

No formal training is required as we are keen to hear about experiences and views.


We will provide hourly contribution costs as per NIHR Involve policy.


All activity will be done online

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?


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