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Patient participation — more or less?

  • Alfred O. Berg
  • Patrick Kerrigan
  • Peter Pritchard
  • G. J. Pistorius
  • Keith W. Sehnert

Abstract

The relationships between patients and doctors have changed and are changing. There are more demands from patients to be better informed about their own problems, about the nature, risks and outcomes of medical/surgical procedures, and more involved in their own care, particularly in long-term disorders, and in the organization and delivery of health care services.

Keywords

Patient Participation Primary Care Practitioner Teachable Moment Nursing Home Placement Medical Care System 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alfred O. Berg
  • Patrick Kerrigan
  • Peter Pritchard
  • G. J. Pistorius
  • Keith W. Sehnert

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