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by Adrian Edwards,Glyn Elwyn

eBook Evidence-Based Patient Choice epub
  • ISBN: 0192631942
  • Author: Adrian Edwards,Glyn Elwyn
  • Genre: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (August 15, 2001)
  • Pages: 331 pages
  • ePUB size: 1946 kb
  • FB2 size 1602 kb
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Evidence- based patient choice describes a model of health care in which the evidence-based approach can integrate with the . Evidence-based Patient Choice.

Evidence- based patient choice describes a model of health care in which the evidence-based approach can integrate with the promotion of consumer choice. The book examines the traditional approach and the changing experience and expectations of consumers. This book's focus is on the decisions taken in consultations between health care patients and professionals. Clinician- patient partnerships in health care decisions are increasingly advocated.

Tekijä: Adrian Edwards; Glyn Elwyn Kustantaja: OUP Oxford (2009) Saatavuus: Noin 7-10 arkipäivää. Since then, these issues have become even more topical. Evidence-based medicine is deeply ingrained in the practice of modern medicine, whilst patient choice is increasingly high on the political agenda. But can the two trends co-exist?

Since then, these issues have become even more topical. Evidence-based medicine is deeply ingrained in the practice of modern medicine, while patient choice is increasingly high on the political agenda. But can the two trends co-exist?

Glyn Elwyn, Adrian Edwards, and Rachel Thompson. In the past decade, the relationship between patient choice and clinical decision making has been seen as increasingly significant by healthcare systems around the globe.

Glyn Elwyn, Adrian Edwards, and Rachel Thompson.

Evidence-based medicine is deeply ingrained in the practice of modern medicine, while patient choice is increasingly high on the political agenda

Evidence-based medicine is deeply ingrained in the practice of modern medicine, while patient choice is increasingly high on the political agenda. Imagine a patient with osteoarthritis in her knee. She and her doctor are considering whether she would benefit from surgery to replace her knee joint.

As health care systems adapt to increasingly collaborative patient-clinician care frameworks, this will also prove a useful guide to SDM for clinicians of all disciplines. See all Product description.

Adrian Edwards PhD MRCGP MRCP1 and Glyn Elwyn PhD FRCGP2 1Reader, Department of Primary Care . In Evidence Based Patient Choice – Inevitable or Impossible?, 1st edn (eds A. Edwards & G. Elwyn), pp. 270–288. Oxford Univer-sity Press, London.

Adrian Edwards PhD MRCGP MRCP1 and Glyn Elwyn PhD FRCGP2 1Reader, Department of Primary Care, Swansea Clinical School, University of Wales Swansea, Swansea, Wales, UK 2Professor, Department of Primary Care, Swansea Clinical School, University of Wales Swansea, Swansea, Wales, UK. Correspondence Dr Adrian Edwards Department of Primary Care Swansea Clinical School University of Wales Swansea Singleton Park Swansea Wales SA2 8PP UK E-mail: .

Reproduced in JMIR with kind permission of Oxford University Press. Braddock CH, Edwards KA, Hasenberg NM, Laidley TL, Levinson W. Informed decision making in outpatient practice: time to get back to basics. JAMA 1999;282(24):2313-2320.

In: Edwards, Adrian; Elwyn, Glyn, eds. Evidence-based Patient Choice: Inevitalbe or Impossible? Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press; 2001: 53-65. Patient Relationships.

Professor Adrian Edwards is Professor in General Practice and Director of the Institute for Primary Care & Public Health at Cardiff .

Professor Adrian Edwards is Professor in General Practice and Director of the Institute for Primary Care & Public Health at Cardiff University, Wales, UK. He is also a part-time general practitioner in Cwmbran, Gwent, South Wales and sees about 60 patients per week. He also has Visiting appointments at Aarhus and Southern Denmark Universities.

This book's focus is on the decisions taken in consultations between health care patients and professionals. Clinician- patient partnerships in health care decisions are increasingly advocated. Evidence- based patient choice describes a model of health care in which the evidence-based approach can integrate with the promotion of consumer choice. The book examines the traditional approach and the changing experience and expectations of consumers. It describes with many clinical examples and patient narratives how to practice evidence-based patient choice, and explores the ethical, sociological and economic issues raised. It also addresses the future modifications to professional training and organisational change which are required if evidence-based patient choice is to become the norm and speculates about what is likely to be achieved in the next few years. The book provides a summary of current perspectives in this area, which will be of interest to consumers, their representative groups, and to professionals in practice and training alike. From the foreword by Richard Grol: 'An enormous challenge lies before us. In this new and challenging field Evidence-based patient choice is manna from heaven. It summarises the current state of knowledge about these new patient involvement approaches. It is by far the most comprehensive account of scientific and ethical thinking about patient choice at this moment. And, it manages to show us the way to a potential future: health care provision where patients and professionals operate as real partners with shared goals...'
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