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Human: Solving the global workforce crisis in healthcare$
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Mark Britnell

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198836520

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198836520.001.0001

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Patients as partners and communities as carers—renewable energy

Patients as partners and communities as carers—renewable energy

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(p.53) Chapter 7 Patients as partners and communities as carers—renewable energy
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Human: Solving the global workforce crisis in healthcare
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Mark Britnell

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198836520.003.0007

In this chapter, Mark Britnell looks at patient influence over healthcare. He analyses how healthcare providers and systems are beginning to understand the potential of helping patients to play a more active role in their own care. However, he argues that making this a reality requires overhauling the nature of the relationship between patients and staff and reskilling of both the staff and the patients. To be truly transformative, enabling patients to be partners in their own care means rethinking every step of the healthcare process, from how research is conducted to how services are designed, the offer made to patients, how decisions are taken, and how outcomes are judged. The alignment between what patients want and what is provided is often poor.

Keywords:   patients, patient care, patient influence, healthcare, healthcare providers, healthcare workers, healthcare systems

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