*  Patient participation
... patient participation is also often used to include the participation of patient groups, patient advocates, and patients' ... Patient participation in health technology assessment (HTA) is an approach to HTA which aims to include patients in the process ... Patient participation, as it pertains to the formation of health policy, is a process that involves patients as stakeholders, ... Patient participation in care coordination has also lead to the utilization of electronic medical records that patients can ...
*  Patient Participation Group
... s are a feature of Primary Care in the United Kingdom. They offer patients an opportunity to be ... secretary of Litchdon Patient Participation Group". North Devon Journal. 5 March 2016. Retrieved 9 March 2016. "Second patient ... The Patient Participation Group is angry that they have not been consulted about this and is considering the possibility of ... Members of Patient Participation Groups are not always consulted about plans for their local services as they expect to be. ...
*  PatientsLikeMe
"Increasing patient participation in drug development". Nature Biotechnology. 33 (2): 134-135. doi:10.1038/nbt.3145. ISSN 1087- ... PatientsLikeMe is a patient network and real-time research platform. Through the network, patients connect with others who have ... "Health 2.0: Patients as Partners". 4 December 2008 - via www.bloomberg.com. "PATIENTSLIKEME LAUNCHES NEW FEATURE FOR PATIENTS ... "PatientsLikeMe: An Online Community of Patients". hbr.org. PatientsLikeMe Calls All Patients With Any Condition to Join "ALS ( ...
*  Patient choice
By 2013 the proportion had fallen to 27%. Patient participation Beecham, Linda (27 June 1998). "Out of area treatments will ... Patient choice is a concept introduced into the NHS in England. Most patients are supposed to be able to choose the clinician ... Patients with Coronary disease are offered faster care from alternative providers 2003 - All NHS patients likely to wait more ... Every woman should have an electronic patient record which they can access and add to. The proportion of patients who reported ...
*  Option grid
Decision aids Shared decision making Patient participation Elwyn, G.; Lloyd, A.; Joseph-Williams, N.; Cording, E.; Thomson, R ... Option Grid is the name for a tool for patients and providers to use together when they are discussing and deciding what best ... The grids do this by using questions that patients frequently ask (FAQs), and are designed for use in face-to-face clinical ... continue to use medication but do not implant an ICD for patients with heart failure (English) Optimal medical treatment vs. ...
*  Medical paternalism
... because the physicians actions would not truly be for the patient's own good. Patient participation Shared decision-making ... They do not need to keep the patient alive, nor do they need to allow the patient to die. In this sense, one could argue that ... As such, even if the doctor disagrees with the patient's desire, he or she will not intervene as long as the patient is of ... This meant that the individual history of the patient didn't matter in providing care, so the patient him or herself was ...
*  Patient-reported outcome
... a follow-up questionnaire is then sent to the patient some weeks or months later. Patient participation is, however, not ... A patient-reported outcome (PRO) is a health outcome directly reported by the patient who experienced it. It stands in contrast ... Instead, patient-reported outcomes refers to reporting situations in which only the patient provides information related to a ... "AJRR Launches Patient-reported Outcome Platform". ajrr.net. Retrieved 2016-02-02. "Patient Reported Outcomes Measures (PROMs ...
*  Hope Citadel Healthcare
It implemented suggestions for improvements from patients and from the patient participation group. Hollinwood Medical Practice ...
*  Case report form
... s contain data obtained during the patient's participation in the clinical trial. Before being sent to the ... by removing the patient's name, medical record number, etc., and giving the patient a unique study number. The supervising ... The size of a CRF can range from a handwritten one-time 'snapshot' of a patient's physical condition to hundreds of pages of ... The case report form is the tool used by the sponsor of the clinical trial to collect data from each participating patient. All ...
*  Psychosocial treatment of needle phobia in children
Active distraction is defined as a form of distraction that requires the patient's participation. Most of the studies ... "Patients with needle phobia? Try stress-reducing medical devices." The Journal of Family Practice (2006): 697-700. [1], ... needle-phobic patients." The experimental syringes were made with conventional 10-milliliter syringes, decorated so that the " ... for the following studies as a form of distraction that commands the child's attention but does not require any participation ...
*  Muscle energy technique
Additionally, because these techniques require active patient participation, they are inappropriate for any patient that is ... meaning it engages a restrictive barrier and requires the patient's participation for maximal effect. As the patient performs ... Physician and patient engage in an unyielding counterforce where the patient's force matches the physician's force. The ... The patient is repositioned into the new restrictive barrier in as many planes as possible. Steps 3-6 are repeated ...
*  Jack Wennberg
Patient reactions to a program designed to facilitate patient participation in treatment decisions for benign prostatic ... The care of patients with severe chronic illness: a report on the Medicare program by the Dartmouth Atlas Project. Hanover, New ... Prostate Patient Outcomes Research Team. JAMA 1993 May 26;269(20):2650-8. PMID 8487449. Fowler FJ Jr, Barry MJ, Lu-Yao G, Roman ... The Prostate Patient Outcomes Research Team. JAMA 1993 May 26;269(20):2633-6. PMID 8487445. Fleming C, Wasson JH, Albertsen PC ...
*  Participative decision-making
In medicine, patient participation in decision-making is commonly known as 'shared decision-making' (SDM). One particular issue ... Short-term participation: Employees' participation is temporary, ranges from sessions of several hours to campaigns of several ... degree of participation, structure, target of participation, and rationale for the process. Steinheider, Bayerl, & Wuestewald ( ... Ten dilemmas: Participation as the answer and as the problem The involvement of the actors The level of ambition of the ...
*  Radio Cavell
There are also patient participation programmes including a music quiz, a general knowledge quiz and the crossword quiz. Radio ... Every night of the week the station put out a request show for the patients. Previous to the show, they stand at reception ... Request shows usually last around one hour and are dedicated to the patients in the hospital. Radio Cavell also features a ... From 1952 a team of volunteers started to broadcast commentary on the football matches at Oldham Athletic to Patients in Oldham ...
*  Decision aids
... are interventions or tools designed to facilitate shared decision making and patient participation in health care ... "International Patient Decision Aids Standards (IPDAS) Collaboration". ipdas.ohri.ca. Retrieved 2016-09-19. "Patient Decision ... It is not clear what type of decision aid for patients is cost-effective. It is also not clear what impact the use of clinical ... Supplementing patient-education consultations with decision tools improves people's knowledge about the risks and benefits of a ...
*  Mirzapur Upazila
However, from 1993 the Trust started a Patient's Participation Program for which the patients are to pay just for their ... It has provided treatment to 36,023 patients in indoor services and 2, 36,442 patients in outdoor services in 2010 (as per ... The outdoor patients have to buy a card worth of taka 10.00 only, which is valid for six months and within this time the ... patients can utilize all sorts of outdoor facilities with this card. In case of emergency there is a separate arrangement as ...
*  Hand eczema
While light hand eczema heals relatively quickly following dermatological therapy and patient participation, more pronounced ... Patients should therefore be referred to an occupational-dermatological specialist as soon as possible. Patients with a history ... Prognosis is hard to predict for individual cases of chronic hand eczema and usually differs from patient to patient. ... Usually, taking the patient's personal history into account will help provide an accurate diagnosis. Patch testing has been ...
*  Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center
access-date= requires ,url= (help) "Summary 3: Reportable Patients/Participation in Therapeutic Protocols". National ... The patients had previously failed standard therapies.The therapy, Axicabtagene ciloleucel, received FDA approval on Oct. 18, ... Further study needs to be done to see if the customized vaccines can prevent recurrence in patients with advanced melanoma. A ... 2008 - Genetic sequencing For the first time, scientists decode all the genes of a cancer patient and find a suite of mutations ...
*  Patient recruitment
... and allows patients to indicate their interest in study participation. Patient referral follow-up: When a site may be short of ... Site selection: Choosing the optimal recruiting sites for study participation may play a role in the type of patients that are ... Presently, the patient recruitment industry is claimed to total $5.9 billion per year. Patient enrollment is the most time- ... Patient recruitment includes a variety of services-typically performed by a Patient Recruitment Service Provider-to increase ...
*  Health advocacy
Breast cancer advocacy Patient advocacy Patient participation Institute of Medicine Committee on Quality of Health Care in ... Patient advocacy, as a hospital-based practice, grew out of this patient rights movement: patient advocates (often called ... arguably losing the patient-centered focus in the process. It was not surprising, then, that patient advocacy, like patient ... Patient representatives, ombudsmen, educators, care managers, patient navigators and health advisers are health advocates who ...
*  MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital
Emphasis is on the prevention of primary and secondary conditions and on the patients' participation. The Seating and Mobility ... a project to test the value of patient navigation to improve long-term outcomes for stroke and spinal cord patients, and a ... Over 600 stroke patients are cared for each year at MedStar NRH with 96 percent being able to return home within 90 days. The ... Meant for patients who have occurred a brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, amputation, and burns. This program has also ...
*  Healthcare in Norfolk
The Patient Participation Group is angry that they have not been consulted about this and is considering the possibility of ... It is proposed that 20% of patients who currently go to hospital will be cared for in community instead, but it is not clear ... "Second patient group considering legal action over GP practice cuts". GP Online. 2 March 2016. Retrieved 9 March 2016. "Huge ... 400,000 spent on prescriptions for paracetamol and ibuprofen in November 2015 saying patients could buy their own in shops for ...
*  Lymphedema
Once the lymphedema is reduced, increased patient participation is required for ongoing care, along with the use of elastic ... Mobility of the patient become increasingly difficult. Stage 7: The patient become handicapped, and is unable to perform daily ... Compression garments should be worn during exercise (with the possible exception of swimming in some patients). Patients who ... Several surgical procedures provide long-term solutions for patients who suffer from lymphedema. Prior to surgery, patients ...
*  Chronic fatigue syndrome
The report also noted that a focus on exercise programs had discouraged patient participation in other types of physical ... Decreased NK cell activity is found in CFS patients and correlates with severity of symptoms. CFS patients have an abnormal ... being male and seeing more patients with the condition in the last year. From the patient perspective, one 1997 study found ... Patient organisations have long criticised the use of CBT as a treatment for CFS. In 2012 the ME Association (MEA) commenced an ...
*  E-patient
"Patient Participation at Health Care Conferences: Engaged Patients Increase Information Flow, Expand Propagation, and Deepen ... Doctor-patient relationship eHealth mHealth Patient opinion leader Treatment decision support Virtual patient Masters K; ... Hewitt-Taylor, Jaqui; Bond, Carol S (8 November 2012). "What E-patients Want From the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Content ... and that they noted that the number of e-patients in Europe appeared to be rising. A 2012 study found that e-patients uploading ...
*  Radio BGM
The station provides patients in the hospital with a 24-hour running radio station via speakers positioned all over the ... the Welsh Government and administered by WCVA.The primary focus of the project was upon developing greater youth participation ...