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Patient participation in health care consultations

Patient participation in health care consultations

qualitative perspectives

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Published by Open University Press in Maidenhead, Berkshire, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Patient Participation.,
  • Professional-Patient Relations.,
  • Patient participation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [215]-231) and index.

    Statementedited by Sarah Collins ... [et al.].
    ContributionsCollins, Sarah, Dr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR727.42 .P383 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 237 p. :
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21527863M
    ISBN 100335219659, 0335219640
    ISBN 109780335219650, 9780335219643

    PDF | On , Claudia De Freitas and others published Public and patient participation in health policy, care and research | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Claudia de Freitas. Abstract Background: Patients vary in their willingness and ability to actively participate in medical consultations. Because more active patient participation contributes to improved health outcomes and quality of care, it is important to understand factors affecting the way patients communicate with healthcare by:

    This comprehensive new book provides answers to these questions by exploring interconnections between theory, research and practice. «Back to Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations. Find in a Library Find Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations near you. Search Name: Consortium. Just like patient empowerment, the concept of patient participation is used at different levels: micro (individual care), meso (service development; planning, delivery and evaluation of care; education and training of health care providers) and macro (policy).

      Active patient participation is a patient safety priority for health care. Yet, patients and their preferences are less understood. The aim of the study was to explore hospitalised patients’ preferences on participation in their care and safety activities in by:   The book Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations: Qualitative Perspectives (Open University Press, April ) is a collaboration between health and social services academics through a series of research studies across in the UK and in Finland. It was prompted by a seminar series on patient involvement sponsored by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).


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Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations takes a multidisciplinary approach and is key reading for students and academics in health and social sciences and for practising health care professionals.

It will also be of interest to patients, carers and policy by: Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations ‐ edited by Collins, S., Britton, N., Ruusuvuori, J.

and Thompson, A. and Creating Citizen‐Consumers: changing publics and changing public services ‐ by Clarke, J., Newman, J., Smith, N., Vidler, E. and Westermarland, by: 1. Get this from a library. Patient participation in health care consultations: qualitative perspectives.

[Sarah Collins, (Lecturer in health communication);] -- How does patient participation work in practice. What does it look like when it happens. This book provides answers to these questions by exploring interconnections between theory, research and.

Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations Qualitative Perspectives This comprehensive new book provides answers to these questions by exploring interconnections between theory, research and practice.

It draws on different disciplinary perspectives in the health and social sciences and invites comparisons between different health. Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations: Qualitative Perspectives.

Journal of Interprofessional Care: Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. Author: Bert Green. Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations The structure is thoughtfully divided and flows well. In my opinion, the content is slanted more at academics or those studying for higher qualifications, therefore this book would sit well in academic institutions.

Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations: Qualitative Perspectives. Bodil Wilde‐Larsson. Professor Department of Nursing Faculty of Social and Life Sciences Karlstad University Karlstad Sweden.

Search for more papers by this author. Bodil Wilde‐: Bodil Wilde-Larsson. TY - BOOK. T1 - Patient participation in health care consultations. T2 - qualitative perspectives. A2 - Collins, Sarah. A2 - Britten, Nicky. A2 - Ruusuvuori, Johanna. A2 - Thompson, Andrew.

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Patient participation in health care is a priority. Yet, patients’ perspective with regards to their experiences of participation is not well understood. Moreover, few studies have attempted to explore the perspective of ethnolinguistic minority patients. The objectives of this study, to explore 1) patients’ experiences of participation in medical consultations with physicians, and 2 Cited by: 1.

(ebook) Patient Participation In Health Care Consultations () from Dymocks online store. This comprehensive new book provides answers. "Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations" takes a multidisciplinary approach and is key reading for students and academics in health and social sciences and for practising health care professionals.

It will also be of interest to patients, carers and policy : Paperback. Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations takes a multidisciplinary approach and is key reading for students and academics in health and social sciences and for practising health care professionals.

It will also be of interest to patients, carers and policy makers. "Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations takes a multidisciplinary approach and is key reading for students and academics in health and social sciences and for practising health care professionals. It will also be of interest to patients, carers and policy makers."--Jacket.

The third perspective is the social development approach in which health is defined as a human condition, and people’s participation as active involvement in decision making and response to programs.

Usually a combination of these three approaches should be considered as true patient participation (14).Cited by: Patient Participation in Health Care Consultations: Qualitative Perspectives Article in Journal of Clinical Nursing 17(14) August with 17 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Background: Patients vary in their willingness and ability to actively participate in medical consultations. Because more active patient participation contributes to improved health outcomes and quality of care, it is important to understand factors affecting the way patients communicate with healthcare providers.

Objectives: The objectives of this study were to examine the extent to which. While not all patients want an active role, health care professionals and services need to recognise that many individuals want to be active participants and partners in their own care.

Patients are co-creators and co-managers of their own health when they are in receipt of services and not just recipients or receivers of services or advice. In light of these points, patient communication training is a potentially effective tool for promoting patient participation and helping patients to maximize their healthcare interactions.

Previous reviews of patient communication training literature exist [7], [24], [25], [26]. Patients’ participation in healthcare features large in policy documents and in the public debate. However, as noted by several contributors of this well‐written book, patients’ participation has many meanings and there are no standard operating procedures on how to make it happen.

The meaning of patient involvement and participation in health care consultations: a taxonomy. Thompson AG(1). Author information: (1)School of Social and Political Studies, University of Edinburgh, Adam Ferguson Bldg, George Square, EH8 9LL Edinburgh, by: Patient participation means involvement of the patient in decision making or expressing opinions about different treatment methods, which includes sharing information, feelings and signs and accepting health team instructions.The Meaning of Patient Involvement and Participation in Health Care Consultations Article in Social Science & Medicine 64(6) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.