A Novel Surgical Patient Engagement Model: A Qualitative Study of Postoperative Patients.

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Summary of "A Novel Surgical Patient Engagement Model: A Qualitative Study of Postoperative Patients."

Strong patient engagement is often associated with better postoperative outcomes and reduced risk of dangerous and expensive complications for the patient. Our goal with this project is to define a new model specifically for surgical patient engagement to guide future work to improve patient outcomes.


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Name: The Journal of surgical research
ISSN: 1095-8673
Pages: 82-89


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