Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Ros Levenson on patient involvement This content relates to the following topics: Patient involvement Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page In this audio slideshow, Ros Levenson, Health Care Improvement Associate at The King's Fund, looks at some of the reasons health care organisations don't always involve patients as much as they could do. You may also be interested in Blog Great expectations: the changing nature of the public’s relationship with the NHS What are the biggest issues and priorities for the NHS, and what do people expect from our health care system in the 21st century? As we start a new research project, Beth Adams reflects on the insights we’ve had so far. Active project The public and the NHS We are undertaking work to explore the relationship between the NHS and the public. Blog Listening to patients, carers, staff and communities... do we care enough? Durka Dougall challenges NHS leaders to work more closely with patients, carers and staff in order to understand what's important to them and make the tough decisions together. Video Mark Doughty: Involving people in decisions about their care Mark Doughty shares his experience of living with a long-term condition and discusses the importance of involving people in decisions about their care.