A randomised controlled trial to assess the impact of a package comprising a patient-orientated, evidence-based self-help guidebook and patient-centred consultations on disease management and satisfaction in inflammatory bowel disease.

@article{Kennedy2003ARC,
  title={A randomised controlled trial to assess the impact of a package comprising a patient-orientated, evidence-based self-help guidebook and patient-centred consultations on disease management and satisfaction in inflammatory bowel disease.},
  author={A. Philip Arun Kennedy and Elizabeth Nelson and David J Reeves and G Richardson and Cara Roberts and Audrey Robinson and Anna Rogers and Mark John Sculpher and David G. Thompson},
  journal={Health technology assessment},
  year={2003},
  volume={7 28},
  pages={iii, 1-113}
}
OBJECTIVES To determine if a whole systems approach to self-management improves clinical outcomes and leads to cost-effective use of NHS services. DESIGN Nineteen hospitals were randomised to 10 control sites and nine intervention sites. Consultants from intervention sites received training in patient-centred care before recruitment and introduced the intervention to eligible patients. Patients at the control sites were recruited and went on to have an ordinary consultation. Qualitative… CONTINUE READING

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