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My Health - My Medication. Patient Involvement in Administration of Medication

The primary purpose of this study is to investigate if patient involvement in the medication procedures through elements of the medication system One-Stop Dispensing (use of own medication, placed in bedside locker, partly or self-administration of medication) and focused dialogue about medication can maintain or improve the patients' health literacy to perform the prescribed medical treatment during and after hospitalization. The hypothesis is, that involving the patient in t...

Self-administration of Patients Own Drugs During Hospital Stay

Background Medication administration errors occur in around 20% of administrations. Patient involvement (PI) is recommended and self-management support e.g. as self-administration of patient's own drugs during hospital stay is a central component of practising PI. Aim To investigate whether PI in administering drugs in hospital affects the number of medication errors, medication adherence and patient satisfaction and whether it is economically advantageously. Materials ...

Patient Empowerment With the Patient Perspective

The overall aim with this study is to gain a deeper understanding of patient perceptions regarding empowerment in relation to a health platform.

Posturing Effects on Perception of Time and Perceptions of the Provider-Patient Interaction in the Emergency Department

Study Objective: - To examine the perceptions of time spent at the bedside; perceptions of bedside manner; and patient perceptions of the provider-patient interaction offered by emergency providers when they sit versus when they stand during the initial evaluation. This project is clinically relevant research different from prior Emergency Department (ED) satisfaction studies since this study will contribute information about factors that could increase pat...

Pharmacy Student Perceptions of Poisoning Severity

Inaccurate perceptions of the severity of an exposure may result in unnecessary visits to the Emergency Department or Health Care Facility which can result in crowding of Emergency Departments, unnecessary utilization of valuable health care resources, unnecessary treatments, and or mistakes / errors resulting in harm to the patient. Inaccurate perceptions about the severity of an exposure can result in delays in proper evaluation and treatment resulting in harm or in some cas...

The Impact of Illness Perceptions on Health Related Outcomes in Patients With Lupus and Systemic Sclerosis

This research project has the overall objective to investigate the direction of the associations between illness perceptions, their influencing factors and health-related outcomes. Moreover, the investigators want to look at the direction of the associations between illness perceptions and health related outcomes such as psychological and physical functioning in patients with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) and Systemic Sclerosis (SSc). The investigators want to know whether...

Testing Decision Aids About Early Stage Prostate Cancer

This is an educational intervention study testing the effects of decision aids in promoting patient participation in early stage prostate cancer treatment decision making. The purpose of this study is to compare patient-physician communication between patients who receive a DVD that models patient communication strategies vs. those who do not receive a DVD. All patients will also receive a written decision aid that describes treatment options for early stage prostate cancer. Th...

Feedback in the Consultation - a Dialogue-based Tool in Personalised Care Planning Using Systematic Patient Involvement

The aim of the study is to examine the potentials of involving patients with metastatic melanoma in their own care planning through systematic use of patient-reported outcome measures (PROM). Furthermore, to examine the outcome of health-related quality of life, self-efficacy and impact on the patient-physician interaction. Patients (N=282) will be included from three highly specialized hospitals in Denmark. At one hospital patients will complete PROM before each consultation ...

Helping HIV Infected Patients in South Africa Adhere to Drug Regimens

Three or more anti-HIV drugs are taken in combination as part of a treatment regimen. These drug regimens must be closely followed in order to be successful. Having a support person watch a patient take his or her anti-HIV drugs each day may help a patient follow his or her regimen. This study will see if patient-chosen treatment supporters help patients take HIV medicines correctly and improve their health. Study hypothesis: The mean change in CD4 count at 12 and 24 months...

Patient Adherence to a Physical Activity Advice

Rationale: Low back pain is worldwide a common musculoskeletal condition with a high number of recurrences. Recurrence rate and the number of recurrences could be reduced and time to a next episode could be prolonged by advising an active lifestyle. Advising regular physical activity is the mainstay in physical therapy treatment. This includes an appeal to patients to adhere to an activity advice. Patient adherence to an activity advice is poor. Many factors influence adherence...

Compare Perceptions and Satisfaction for Two Different Delivery Mechanisms for Etanercept

Primary objective of this study is to compare patient satisfaction with the prefilled syringe (PFS) and the auto-injector (AI), two different delivery devices for etanercept after 12 weeks of use, using a 10 point scale form totally dissatisfied to totally satisfied.Secondary evaluation focus on the identification of patient and device attributes associated with patient satisfaction.

Trial of Ascertaining Individual Preferences for Loved One's Role in End-of-Life

Specific Aims and Hypotheses: Aim 1: To test the effect of the "Trial of Ascertaining Individual preferences for Loved Ones' Role in End-of-life Decisions" (TAILORED) Intervention on family decision-making self-efficacy at 8 weeks both with respect to the patient's present situation and in a hypothetical situation in which the patient lacks decision-making capacity. Hypotheses 1a: Family decision-making self-efficacy will be greater at 8 weeks in pairs that have undergo...

Communication Coaching to Improve Patient and Clinician Satisfaction in Cardiology Encounters

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of a clinician communication coaching intervention versus control on an objective measure of the quality of communication (primary outcome) and patients' perceptions of the quality of patient-centered care (secondary outcome), both overall and within Black and White patients.

Patient Perception Study of AL-4943A

The objective of this study is to evaluate patient perceptions of AL-4943A dosed once daily, in subjects with allergic conjunctivitis previously treated with twice daily topical anti-allergy medications.

Non Invasive External Monitoring in Dialysis Patients

This is a single center, non randomized study to gather data to correlate physiological signals with the patient's fluid status during fluid removal in hemodialysis.

Anticipated and Perceived Benefits Following Hepatitis C Treatment

The study is both qualitative and quantitative, gathering patient's perceptions of HCV treatment benefits before and after HCV treatment by administering surveys and conducting in-depth qualitative patient interviews. The study seeks to understand all anticipated and actual benefits patients perceive before and after viral eradication.

A Clinical Feedback System in Ostomy Care

Background: Living with an ostomy can be challenging, and adapting to life with an ostomy can be particularly complex, with regard to both the physical and psychosocial aspects. Follow-up with a stoma care nurse is usually performed after surgery to support the adaptation process. In the present paper, we describe a study protocol for evaluating the effect of a clinical feedback system on adaption process of a patient with an ostomy, in terms of the patients' perceived experien...

An Empirical Study of Perceived Hospital Service Quality: A Comparison of Inpatient, Outpatient and Emergence Patient

The authors employ a questionary approach to understanding the relational among patients' perceptions of inpatient, outpatient and emergency room service and their overall perceptions of service quality, satisfaction with hospital.The questionary was applied in total 300 patients (100 inpatients, 100 outpatients and 100 emergency patients).

The Effects of Two Education Strategies About Insulin on Patient Preferences and Perceptions About Insulin Therapy

This study compared the impact of two educational strategies (an education program versus a pamphlet) on participants preferences for insulin and their perceptions about insulin and injections after attending an educational session with a diabetes educator about insulin. Main research question: Among adults with type 2 diabetes who are potential candidates for insulin therapy, does an education strategy that involves a personal letter from the family physician, a presentation ...

We Experience: Perspectives on a Quality Abortion Care Experience: A Patient Centered Approach

The purpose of this study is to determine aspects of abortion care most important to the patient in creating a "high quality" abortion experience, to investigate patients' expectations of abortion care, and to explore provider perceptions of patients' abortion experiences and assess concordance with patients' perspectives.

Patient-Driven Analgesic Protocol Selection for Post-Cesarean Pain Management

The ability to predict pain and then apply modified treatment protocols has been limited. Current practice is for physicians to select standard post-operative pain treatment protocols without patient consultation. This study hopes to determine if patient's involvement in analgesic drug/dosage selection can optimize pain relief while minimizing related side effects. This could result in a more patient-centered care model and individualized perioperative analgesic treatment proto...

Acromegaly: Patient And Physician Perspectives

The purpose of the study is to assess the experiences of individuals with acromegaly who are receiving injections as part of their treatment regimen. Another objective of the study is to compare the patients' perception with their doctors' perceptions. The answers are important to help researchers and physicians understand what it is really like to take currently available treatments so that they can make efforts to improve patients' healthcare experiences, reduce treatment bur...

Does Goal Elicitation Improve Patient Perceived Involvement

The purpose of this study is to determine if goal elicitation among orthopaedic patients improves their perceived involvement in care.

Physician Disclosures in the Real World of Conflicting Interests

This study seeks to ascertain the best way to inform patients about their physicians' conflicts of interest (COI) with industry. Currently, there is no institutional or national standard for such physician-to-patient disclosures. The primary aim of this study is to test different written disclosures and assess their impact on patients' knowledge of their physicians' COIs and on patients' trust in their physician and their healthcare institution. The secondary aim is to investig...

High Resolution Ultrasound of Scapulae Alatae - a Prospective Case Control Study

Scapula alata, caused by disturbance in the scapulothoracic stabilizer muscles due to nerve injury, is a relatively rare but also underreported disease. It can lead to years of invalidity of the affected upper extremity, considerable pain and social and emotional consequences for the patients. Unrecognized and misdiagnosed scapula alata and, consequently, wrong or delayed treatment is a general problem in this patient group. Today the diagnosis is based on the clinical examinat...

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