Consumers and health providers working in partnership for the promotion of person‐centred health services: a co‐produced qualitative evidence synthesis

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    • Bronwen Merner
    • Sophie Hill
    • Cinzia Colombo
    • Carolyn Gaulden
    • Lisa Graham-Wisener
    • Dianne Lowe
    • Louisa Walsh
    • Susan Biggar
    • Noni Bourke
    • Renee Chmielewski
    • Marie Gill
    • Fiona Martin
    • Nathalie Martinek
    • Louise McKinlay
    • David Menzies
    • Anne Mussared
    • Nora Refahi
    • Lorraine Smith
    • Roshni Sonawane
    • Cheryl Wardrope

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    This is a protocol for a Cochrane Review (Qualitative). The objectives are as follows:

    Aims



    •To synthesise the views and experiences of consumers and health providers of working in partnership to promote person‐centred health services.


    •To identify best practice principles for working in partnership at the health service level by understanding consumers' and health providers' views and experiences.



    Objectives



    •To investigate the barriers and facilitators to working in partnership and how these may promote or impede person‐centred planning, delivery or evaluation of health services. For example, if consumers are given sufficient training to help them work in partnership on a hospital quality and safety committee, they may be better able to contribute the consumer perspective to quality and safety decisions.


    •To understand consumers' and health providers' views and experiences of working in partnership.


    •To analyse the ways consumers and providers work in partnership (e.g. committee formats, experience‐based co‐design formats).

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    • Consumers and health providers working in partnership for the promotion of person‐centred health services: a co‐produced qualitative evidence synthesis

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    DOI

    Original languageEnglish
    JournalCochrane database of systematic reviews (Online)
    Journal publication date25 Feb 2019
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 25 Feb 2019

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