About the Toolbox
The Patient Experience Mapping Toolbox is a set of publicly available resources to help researchers engage and document patients’ experiences before getting a diagnosis, while getting a diagnosis, and living with a diagnosis.
The Patient Experience Mapping Toolbox was developed to help researchers capture patient experience data more holistically and in a standardized manner across chronic diseases. The Toolbox includes project planning and data collection tools. All patient-facing tools were reviewed externally by health literacy experts and refined through patient interviews. To encourage uptake, the Toolbox is made available free for public use.
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