Towards a ‘patient-centred’ operationalisation of the new dynamic concept of health: a mixed methods study

@article{Huber2016TowardsA,
  title={Towards a ‘patient-centred’ operationalisation of the new dynamic concept of health: a mixed methods study},
  author={Machteld Huber and Marja van Vliet and M Giezenberg and Bjorn Winkens and Yvonne F. Heerkens and Pieter C. Dagnelie and J. Andr{\'e} Knottnerus},
  journal={BMJ Open},
  year={2016},
  volume={6}
}
Objective To evaluate among stakeholders the support for the new, dynamic concept of health, as published in 2011: ‘Health as the ability to adapt and to self-manage’, and to elaborate perceived indicators of health in order to make the concept measurable. Design A mixed methods study: a qualitative first step with interviews and focus groups, followed by a quantitative survey. Participants Representatives of seven healthcare stakeholder domains, for example, healthcare providers, patients with… 

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