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Bringing Patient-Centered Care to the Fore in Diseases of the Pancreas.

Pendharkar SA, Petrov MS - Gastroenterol Res Pract (2015)

Bottom Line: Diseases of the pancreas are often very challenging for both patients and doctors as well as pose a considerable burden on healthcare system.Emerging evidence on the importance of shared-decision making in medicine stresses the need to integrate best clinical evidence and patient-reported outcomes to deliver optimal patient care.This paper argues that patient-centered care should no longer be a hermit in management of pancreatic diseases in the 21st century.

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Affiliation: Department of Surgery, University of Auckland, Auckland 1142, New Zealand.

ABSTRACT
Diseases of the pancreas are often very challenging for both patients and doctors as well as pose a considerable burden on healthcare system. Emerging evidence on the importance of shared-decision making in medicine stresses the need to integrate best clinical evidence and patient-reported outcomes to deliver optimal patient care. This paper argues that patient-centered care should no longer be a hermit in management of pancreatic diseases in the 21st century.

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Conceptual framework of patient-centered care. EBM: evidence-based medicine; PCC: patient-centered care; PRO: patient-reported outcomes.
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fig1: Conceptual framework of patient-centered care. EBM: evidence-based medicine; PCC: patient-centered care; PRO: patient-reported outcomes.

Mentions: In recent years, patient-centered care has emerged as an important new paradigm in clinical management in general and care of patients with pancreatic diseases in particular [3, 4]. Nonetheless, patients' perspectives, values, and preferences are poorly incorporated in clinical decision making. Recent literature highlights the need to integrate evidence-based medicine and patient-reported outcomes in clinical care of patients [3, 5] and the conceptual framework is schematically presented in Figure 1.


Bringing Patient-Centered Care to the Fore in Diseases of the Pancreas.

Pendharkar SA, Petrov MS - Gastroenterol Res Pract (2015)

Conceptual framework of patient-centered care. EBM: evidence-based medicine; PCC: patient-centered care; PRO: patient-reported outcomes.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig1: Conceptual framework of patient-centered care. EBM: evidence-based medicine; PCC: patient-centered care; PRO: patient-reported outcomes.
Mentions: In recent years, patient-centered care has emerged as an important new paradigm in clinical management in general and care of patients with pancreatic diseases in particular [3, 4]. Nonetheless, patients' perspectives, values, and preferences are poorly incorporated in clinical decision making. Recent literature highlights the need to integrate evidence-based medicine and patient-reported outcomes in clinical care of patients [3, 5] and the conceptual framework is schematically presented in Figure 1.

Bottom Line: Diseases of the pancreas are often very challenging for both patients and doctors as well as pose a considerable burden on healthcare system.Emerging evidence on the importance of shared-decision making in medicine stresses the need to integrate best clinical evidence and patient-reported outcomes to deliver optimal patient care.This paper argues that patient-centered care should no longer be a hermit in management of pancreatic diseases in the 21st century.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Surgery, University of Auckland, Auckland 1142, New Zealand.

ABSTRACT
Diseases of the pancreas are often very challenging for both patients and doctors as well as pose a considerable burden on healthcare system. Emerging evidence on the importance of shared-decision making in medicine stresses the need to integrate best clinical evidence and patient-reported outcomes to deliver optimal patient care. This paper argues that patient-centered care should no longer be a hermit in management of pancreatic diseases in the 21st century.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus