Understanding what matters most to patients in acute care in seven countries, using the flash mob study design

Eva S. van den Ende, Bo Schouten, Marjolein N. T. Kremers, Tim Cooksley, Chris P. Subbe, Immo Weichert, Louise S. van Galen, Harm R. Haak, John Kellett, Jelmer Alsma, Victoria Siegrist, Mark Holland, Erika F. Christensen, Colin A. Graham, L. E. U. N. G. Ling Yan, Line E. Laugesen, Hanneke Merten, Fraz Mir, Rachel M. Kidney, Mikkel BrabrandPrabath W. B. Nanayakkara*, Christian H. Nickel, all local collaborators

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Original languageEnglish
Article number474
Number of pages11
JournalBMC Health Services Research
Volume21
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 19 May 2021

Keywords

  • What matters most
  • Patient-centred care
  • Acute care
  • Emergency medicine
  • Quality of care
  • Patient-physician communication
  • Research methods
  • SHARED DECISION-MAKING
  • EMERGENCY-DEPARTMENT
  • QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
  • CENTERED CARE
  • HEALTH-CARE
  • COMMUNICATION
  • OUTCOMES
  • SATISFACTION
  • GOALS
  • MODEL

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