Mathilde Berghout

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BACKGROUND This study aimed to explore views on what is considered important for Patient-Centred Care (PCC) among patients and the healthcare professionals treating them in a haemodialysis department. METHODS Interviews were conducted among 14 patients with end-stage renal disease receiving dialysis and 12 healthcare professionals (i.e. 2 doctors, 4 staff(More)
BACKGROUND Patient-centered care (PCC) is a main determinant of care quality. Research has shown that PCC is a multi-dimensional concept, and organizations that provide PCC well report better patient and organizational outcomes. However, little is known about the relative importance of PCC dimensions. The aim of this study was therefore to investigate the(More)
Disclaimer This paper was prepared under OPRE's Child Care and Early Education Policy and Research Analysis and Technical Expertise Project with Child Trends (contract #GS10F0030R). The opinions and any factual errors expressed in the paper are those of the authors and Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the insightful reviews of the brief(More)
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