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Incorporating the Patient Voice Into Practice Improvement: A Role for Medical Trainees.

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Summary of "Incorporating the Patient Voice Into Practice Improvement: A Role for Medical Trainees."

Many primary care clinics rely on providers and staff to generate quality improvement (QI) ideas without explicitly including patients. However, without understanding patient perspectives, clinics may miss areas for improvement. We identified practice improvement opportunities using a medical student-driven pilot of QI design that incorporates the patient voice and explored provider/staff perceptions of patient perspectives.

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Name: Family medicine
ISSN: 1938-3800
Pages: 348-352

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