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      “In the physio we trust”: A qualitative study on patients’ preferences for physiotherapy

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      Physiotherapy Theory and Practice
      Informa UK Limited

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          Patients' preferences should be integrated in evidence-based practice. This study aimed to explore patients' preferences for physiotherapy treatment and participation in decision making.

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          To identify the common, core elements of patient-centred care in the health policy, medical and nursing literature. Healthcare reform is being driven by the rhetoric around patient-centred care yet no common definition exists and few integrated reviews undertaken. Narrative review and synthesis. Key seminal texts and papers from patient organizations, policy documents, and medical and nursing studies which looked at patient-centred care in the acute care setting. Search sources included Medline, CINHAL, SCOPUS, and primary policy documents and texts covering the period from 1990-March 2010. A narrative review and synthesis was undertaken including empirical, descriptive, and discursive papers. Initially, generic search terms were used to capture relevant literature; the selection process was narrowed to seminal texts (Stage 1 of the review) and papers from three key areas (in Stage 2). In total, 60 papers were included in the review and synthesis. Seven were from health policy, 22 from medicine, and 31 from nursing literature. Few common definitions were found across the literature. Three core themes, however, were identified: patient participation and involvement, the relationship between the patient and the healthcare professional, and the context where care is delivered. Three core themes describing patient-centred care have emerged from the health policy, medical, and nursing literature. This may indicate a common conceptual source. Different professional groups tend to focus on or emphasize different elements within the themes. This may affect the success of implementing patient-centred care in practice. © 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
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                Journal
                Physiotherapy Theory and Practice
                Physiotherapy Theory and Practice
                Informa UK Limited
                0959-3985
                1532-5040
                May 30 2017
                June 07 2017
                : 33
                : 7
                : 535-549
                Article
                10.1080/09593985.2017.1328720
                28590787
                c3a44344-2ac6-439f-870c-4e774407e425
                © 2017
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