A Handbook for Patients Who Want to Change Health Care

Abstract Summary: A new report provides inspiration and guidance for activists who want to advance their aim of health care that recognizes and welcomes the participation of all players. Keywords: Patient activism, patient advocacy, participatory medicine. Citation:...

Evidence that Engagement Does Make a Difference

Abstract Keywords: Participatory medicine, African Americans, health care disparities, non-small cell lung cancer. Citation: Gruman J. Evidence that engagement does make a difference. J Participat Med. 2010 Dec 22; 2:e19. Published: December 22, 2010. Competing...

Why the Journal of Participatory Medicine?

Abstract Summary: Achieving the benefit of safe and effective health care has never demanded so much from so many. Each of us has a role, and that role is changing with advances in technology and the delivery of care. No player—patient, caregiver, clinician,...

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