What is a flashmob in medical research?

Flashmob research is a novel type of research that allows the investigation of important questions on a large scale in a short period of time. Multiple hospitals, with the help of the professional and social networks of their medical staff, can obtain sufficient data in a short time course.

Who is behind this project?

We are a group of acute and emergency physicians from the Netherlands, Denmark, Switzerland, Ireland, Singapore and the UK, the safer@home research consortium.

What is the aim of the next flashmob?

We want to hear from you, our patients, what is important at this particular moment of your patient journey when you have just been admitted acutely.

Do I have to take part?

Participation is limited to patients in participating centers and is voluntary. Your decision to participate (or not) will have no influence on your treatment at all.

Will you share my personal data?

No. Definitely not. The database that will be collected will contain no data that can identify you as an individual.