Although most health care professionals im- or explicitly will assume that they tend to use patient-centered communication strategies, there are reasons to believe that this might not always be a valid assumption. In everyday practice, professionals’ own value system is often the dominant steering guide. This Special Issue aims to bring together ongoing research and reflections about the quality of health care communication from the patients’ own perspective. In short: what do patients want?

Quality of Communication from the Patient Perspective

RIMONDINI, Michela;
2013-01-01

Abstract

Although most health care professionals im- or explicitly will assume that they tend to use patient-centered communication strategies, there are reasons to believe that this might not always be a valid assumption. In everyday practice, professionals’ own value system is often the dominant steering guide. This Special Issue aims to bring together ongoing research and reflections about the quality of health care communication from the patients’ own perspective. In short: what do patients want?
Doctor-patient communication; patients satisfaction
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