Author: Polly Mitchell, Alan Cribb, Vikki Entwistle

Resource Type: Report

Categories: Person-centred care

Publishing body: Improvement body

Person-centred care is a cornerstone of contemporary health policy, research and practice. However, many researchers and practitioners worry that it lacks a ‘clear definition and method of measurement,’ and that this creates problems for the implementation of person-centred care and limits understanding of its benefits. In this paper we urge caution about this concern and resist calls for a clear, settled definition and measurement approach

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