Tutorial notes 17/06/2013

Another meeting with interviewee

It would be really useful to say to the interviewee thank you so much for you time. You have told me more about the project than any reading could possibly do. Could I come and talk to you for 20 minutes just to show you how I understand of what you said and show you the journey map I did. Just another short meeting, not a serious interview. I draw it up now and I want to check with you that I got that all right and tell you where I think the main problems are. And maybe ask that have you got any suggestions what the outcome/idea might be?

About the idea/possible outcomes

It may more like a package. Maybe you can pull together everything that exists, but you are calling it something else. Many things like gym, club or course, they are all under the big umbrella of the stroke survivors club. However, they are not joining up now. The post-recovery club might include online information, mental health support, gym memberships and special classes. They all need join up.

How can you increase a good outcomes? If your interviewee is a good outcome, so how can you make other people to be a good outcome as well? How can you make it easy? Because your interviewee is a very determining man. How do you think we could make it easier for someone who doesn’t have a strong will as you to make such a good recovery. Maybe get a friend overweight to go with them. Try to link up to other things. For example, people who want to do the same activity but for different reasons.

Hospital track someone back to the community.

When you put that all together with a service system ecology in blueprint and do a video how it might work, that might be your final outcome.

Go back to Dr. Jacqui Mrrios

Do you know that things exist already? Does Dundee city council offer reduce membership in gym?

Talk to Maggie Butchart

Is there any help for social prescribing for stroke?


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