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CORR Insights®: Patient Perceptions Correlate Weakly With Observed Patient Involvement in Decision-making in Orthopaedic Surgery.

Patient involvement and institutional logics: A discussion paper.

The research into patient involvement is seldom concerned with the significance of cultural and structural factors. In this discussion paper, we illustrate our considerations on some of the challenges in implementing the ideal of patient involvement by showing how such factors take part in shaping the ways in which the intentions to involve patients are converted to practical interventions. The aim was to contribute to the approach dealing with contextual and structural factors of significance for patient i...

Examining Medical Office Owners and Clinicians Perceptions on Patient Safety Climate.

An essential element of effective medical practice management is having a shared set of beliefs among members regarding patient safety climate. Recognizing the need for improving patient safety, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality began a series of surveys to assess medical practice members' attitudes and beliefs on patient safety climate. The aim of the study was to examine owners and clinicians perceptions of their medical practice's patient safety climate.

Influence of Gender, Profession, and Managerial Function on Clinicians' Perceptions of Patient Safety Culture: A Cross-National Cross-Sectional Study.

In recent years, several instruments for measuring patient safety culture (PSC) have been developed and implemented. Correct interpretation of survey findings is crucial for understanding PSC locally, for comparisons across settings or time, as well as for planning effective interventions. We aimed to evaluate the influence of gender, profession, and managerial function on perceptions of PSC and on the interplay between various dimensions and perceptions of PSC.

Thai Oncology Nurses' Perceptions of Patient Participation in Acute Cancer Care.

Patient participation in care is considered a core component of high quality nursing care and medical treatment. In the context of cancer care in Thailand, we know very little about the way patient participation in care is perceived and enacted. The aim of this study was to explore Thai oncology nurses' perceptions and understandings of patient participation in their own care during hospitalization.

Patient preferences for involvement in health service development.

patient involvement in the design, planning and delivery of health services is acknowledged to be a local and national priority.

Influence of Sex and Body Language on Patient Perceptions of Anesthesiologists.

Patient perception of physician competence may depend on physician sex and body language WHAT THIS ARTICLE TELLS US THAT IS NEW: Actor anesthesiologists who maintained confident, high-power poses were considered smarter, more competent, more likely to be seen as leaders, and preferred by patients to care for a family memberSex of the actor did not alter perceptions of competence BACKGROUND:: Patient perception of physician competence is important. The role of body language and physician sex on patient perce...

Perceptions and attitudes of patients and health care workers toward patient empowerment in promoting hand hygiene.

Patient empowerment is a component of the World Health Organization's multimodal strategy to improve hand hygiene (HH). Its successful implementation requires knowledge of the perceptions and attitudes of patients and health care workers (HCWs) toward patient empowerment in HH.

Perceptions regarding intercultural education in the doctor-immigrant patient relationship in chilean doctors.

To delve into the doctors' perceptions about training for intercultural practice in the doctor-immigrant patient (DPR) relationship in Chile.

Patient Perceptions of the Safety of Outpatient Total Knee Arthroplasty.

Outpatient total joint arthroplasty is considered safe in a selected group of patients, based primarily on complications. However, patient perception of the safety of outpatient total joint arthroplasty is unknown. This study assesses patient perceptions of the potential benefits of and barriers to outpatient total knee arthroplasty among a cohort of patients who have recently undergone the procedure.

Global Public Attitudes About Clinical Research and Patient Experiences With Clinical Trials.

Effective, continuous improvement in patient engagement depends on an intimate understanding of public and patient perceptions and experiences in clinical research.

Who adopts a patient portal?: An application of the diffusion of innovation model.

Patient portals have emerged as an important tool through which patients can access online health information and engage in their health care. However, we know little about how patients perceive portals and whether patient perceptions might influence portal adoption.

The impact of unmet communication and education needs on neurosurgical patient and caregiver experiences of care: A qualitative exploratory analysis.

To describe neurosurgical patient and caregiver perceptions of provider communication, the impact of patient education, and their understanding of information given to them throughout the neurosurgical care trajectory.

Effect on VA Patient Satisfaction of Provider's Use of an Integrated Viewer of Multiple Electronic Health Records.

To examine associations between patient perceptions that their provider was knowledgeable of their medical history and clinicians' early adoption of an application that presents providers with an integrated longitudinal view of a patient's electronic health records (EHR) from multiple healthcare systems.

Impact of adverse media reporting on public perceptions of the doctor-patient relationship in China: an analysis with propensity score matching method.

Numerous studies indicate that the doctor-patient relationship in China is facing serious challenges. This study examined the impact of China Central Television's negative coverage of high medicines prices on both doctors' and patients' opinions of the doctor-patient relationship.

Economic evaluation of patient-centered care among long-term cancer survivors.

To evaluate the economic outcomes associated with patient perceptions of patient-centered medical home (PCMH) characteristics among long-term cancer survivors in the United States.

What makes a difficult patient so difficult? Examining the therapist's experience beyond patient characteristics.

The primary aim of this study is to improve our understanding of therapists' experience of a "difficult patient" and consider the different variables involved in this label. What makes a patient be perceived as difficult by a therapist in public health services? Results of our analysis of 10 qualitative semistructured interviews of therapists working in public health service in Chile indicated that therapists' perceptions of a "difficult patient" depend on variables that go beyond the patient's intrinsic ch...

Patients' Expectations in Lens Extraction Surgery: a Systematic Review.

It is common knowledge that there are patients who have an uncomplicated cataract surgery with an actual improvement of their visual acuity, but they are dissatisfied with their final visual capacity. It is hypothesized that patients' preoperative expectations play a significant role in their postoperative perceptions. A systematic review of the recent literature regarding preoperative expectations of patients before lens extraction surgery and their postoperative perceptions as regards the visual outcome w...

Are we meeting the informational needs of cancer patients and families? Perception of physician communication in pediatric oncology.

High-quality oncology care is marked by skillful communication, yet little is known about patient and family communication perceptions or content preferences. Our study sought to elicit pediatric oncology patient and parent perceptions of early cancer communication to establish whether informational needs were met and identify opportunities for enhanced communication throughout cancer care.

"I Wouldn't Ever Want It": A Qualitative Evaluation of Patient and Caregiver Perceptions Toward Enteral Tube Feeding in Hip Fracture Inpatients.

One in 2 hip fracture inpatients are malnourished on admission to hospital, with many experiencing nutrition decline during their length of stay. Despite this, enteral tube feeding (ETF) is rarely used in this population. As patient/caregiver viewpoints regarding the utility of ETF remain unclear, this study explored the perceptions of hip fracture inpatients and caregivers toward ETF use to assist recovery.

Prospective comparison of the novel visual prostate symptom score (VPSS) versus the international prostate symptom score (IPSS), and assessment of patient pain perception with regard to transrectal ultrasound guided prostate biopsy.

To compare the International Prostate Symptom Score (IPSS) and novel Visual Prostate Symptom Score (VPSS) in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), to correlate scores with uroflowmetry and prostate volume and assess patient perceptions regarding pain prior to, and after prostate biopsy.

Midwives' perception of patient safety culture-A qualitative study.

To explore midwives' experiences with and perceptions of patient safety culture in the German-speaking countries.

Dramatic efficacy of dabrafenib in Erdheim-Chester disease (ECD): a pediatric patient with multiple large intracranial ECD lesions hidden by refractory Langerhans cell histiocytosis.

Erdheim-Chester disease (ECD) is a rare non-Langerhans cell form of histiocytosis that can affect the central nervous system. ECD predominantly affects adults, and only a few pediatric cases have been reported. The co-occurrence of ECD and Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) is exceedingly rare. An 11-year-old boy, who was diagnosed with LCH 7 years previously, presented with multiple giant intracranial lesions. At the time of his initial diagnosis, only one intracranial lesion was observed, and it began to...

Do perceived working conditions and patient safety culture correlate with objective workload and patient outcomes: A cross-sectional explorative study from a German university hospital.

Workload and demands on hospital staff have been growing over recent years. To ensure patient and occupational safety, hospitals increasingly survey staff about perceived working conditions and safety culture. At the same time, routine data are used to manage resources and performance. This study aims to understand the relation between survey-derived measures of how staff perceive their work-related stress and strain and patient safety on the one hand, and routine data measures of workload and quality of ca...

Reciprocity within patient-physician and patient-spouse/caregiver dyads: insights into patient-centered care.

To explore the reciprocal process of decisional conflict within the patient-physician dyad, and its relationship with patient general health and patient-perceived physician helpfulness. Among the subset of participants who were in a committed relationship, we examined the congruence in reciprocal processes between patient-spouse/caregiver and patient-physician dyads.

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