Abstract: As efforts to actively involve patients, family members and the broader public in health service improvement and system redesign have grown, increasing attention has also been paid to evaluating their involvement in the health system. This article discusses the key ideas and approaches related to this evaluation and the different frameworks and tools available. The patient involvement evaluation field faces several challenges, including being clearer about the nature and context of the involvement, decisions about what can be measured and what needs to be described, as well as what makes evaluation good quality.
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Categories: journal article service users and carers researchers relevant to all service users evaluating user involvement
Date Entered: 2019/01/10
Date Edited: 2019/01/10