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Patients' willingness and ability to participate actively in the reduction of clinical errors: a systematic literature review.
This systematic review identifies the factors that both support and deter patients from being willing and able to participate actively in reducing clinical errors. Specifically, we add to our… Expand
Health outcomes during the 2008 financial crisis in Europe: systematic literature review
Objective To systematically identify, critically appraise, and synthesise empirical studies about the impact of the 2008 financial crisis in Europe on health outcomes. Design Systematic literature… Expand
Specialist nurses’ perceptions of inviting patients to participate in clinical research studies: a qualitative descriptive study of barriers and facilitators
BackgroundIncreasing the number of patients participating in research studies is a current priority in the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom. The role of specialist nurses in… Expand
Non-adherence to medication and doctor-patient relationship: Evidence from a European survey.
- C. Stavropoulou
- Patient education and counseling
- 1 April 2011
OBJECTIVE Studies on the determinants of non-adherence to medication have put emphasis in understanding the role of the doctor-patient relationship in individuals' decision to follow recommendations.… Expand
Who is more likely to use doctor-rating websites, and why? A cross-sectional study in London
Objectives To explore the extent to which doctor-rating websites are known and used among a sample of respondents from London. To understand the main predictors of what makes people willing to use… Expand
The consent process: Enabling or disabling patients’ active participation?
Standards expected by doctors’ regulatory bodies in respect of the process of consent to treatment have arguably sought to restructure the nature of the doctor–patient relationship from one of the… Expand
How Effective Are Incident-Reporting Systems for Improving Patient Safety? A Systematic Literature Review.
CONTEXT Incident-reporting systems (IRSs) are used to gather information about patient safety incidents. Despite the financial burden they imply, however,little is known about their effectiveness.… Expand
Perceived information needs and non‐adherence: evidence from Greek patients with hypertension
- C. Stavropoulou
- Health expectations : an international journal of…
- 1 June 2012
Background The role of information on patients’ decision to non‐adhere is important, yet not well explored.
Characterising long-term covid-19: a rapid living systematic review
Objective To understand the frequency, profile, and duration of persistent symptoms of covid-19 and to update this understanding as new evidence emerges. Design: A living systematic review produced… Expand
In sickness but not in wealth: field evidence on patients’ risk preferences in the financial and health domain
We present results from a hypothetical framed field experiment assessing whether risk preferences significantly differ across the health and financial domains when they are elicited through the same… Expand