Hospital self-discharge among adults with sickle-cell disease (SCD): associations with trust and interpersonal experiences with care.

@article{Haywood2010HospitalSA,
  title={Hospital self-discharge among adults with sickle-cell disease (SCD): associations with trust and interpersonal experiences with care.},
  author={Carlton Haywood and Sophie M Lanzkron and Neda Ratanawongsa and Shawn M. Bediako and Lakshmi Lattimer-Nelson and Mary Catherine Beach},
  journal={Journal of hospital medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={5 5},
  pages={
          289-94
        }
}
BACKGROUND Patient self-discharge from hospitals has been associated with a number of negative clinical outcomes. Research suggests that low patient trust and poor quality interpersonal experiences with care may be associated with hospital self-discharge. Although adults with sickle-cell disease (SCD) often report poorer quality healthcare experiences, research examining hospital self-discharge and its associations with both patient trust and quality of healthcare experiences is lacking for… CONTINUE READING

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