This paper examines the role of leadership in effectively shifting attitudes and behaviours to make patient engagement a reality and outlines eight key features of successful leadership for patient and family centred care.
This discussion paper examines possible barriers and facilitators to patient engagement drawn from a literature search. It goes on to propose a framework with recommendations to address these barriers and promote patient-provider engagement.
Promoting engagement by patients and families to reduce adverse events in acute care settings: a systematic review
This paper systematically reviews studies which have addressed the effectiveness of patient involvement in patient safety practice.
This communication tool empowers patients to engage with their safety during surgery by suggesting topics for communication between the patient and the surgical team. It guides patients to disclose key information and to ask important safety questions about their surgery.
In this thought paper, Jane O’Hara and Ruthe Isden consider the role of patients and citizens in the identification of risk and the measurement and monitoring of safety within healthcare.