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Critical perspectives on 'consumer involvement' in health research: epistemological dissonance and the know-do gap
(SAGE Publications, 2009)
Researchers in the area of health and social care (both in Australia and internationally) are encouraged to involve consumers throughout the research process, often on ethical, political and methodological grounds, or ...
Do your patients trust you? A sociological understanding of the implications of patient mistrust in healthcare professionals
(Australasian Medical Journal, 2008)
The trust that patients invest in healthcare professionals and their advice has been shown to facilitate positive clinical outcomes, although there is evidence that patient trust in expertise, including healthcare professionals, ...
Understanding public trust in services provided by community pharmacists relative to those provided by general practitioners: a qualitative study
(BMJ Group Publishing, 2012)
Current UK initiatives, which aim to implement a range of pharmacist-led services, are undermined by lack of public trust. It seems improbable that the public will trust pharmacists to deliver unfamiliar services, which ...
Where to from here? A quality improvement project investigating burns treatment and rehabilitation practices in India
(BioMed Central, 2018-04-03)
Abstract Objective To describe the capacity of the Indian healthcare system in providing appropriate and effective burns treatment and rehabilitation services. ...