"Dying to Talk" is a discussion starter kit about end of life care that has been specifically developed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
This themed review brings together insights from health care professionals, researchers, patients and carers on the quality and organisation of end of life care.
The National Patient Safety Foundation calls on health care leaders and policymakers to initiate a coordinated public health response to improve patient safety.
This comprehensive guide provides primary care practices with four strategies that they can adopt to improve patient safety.
This UK study validated the Board Self-Assessment Questionnaire to explore the relationships between Board competencies and staff perceptions about how well their organisation deals with quality and safety issues.
Health literate discharge practices using an organizational survey tool ensures that discharge meet patient and family health literacy needs in preparation for care transitions.
Work after Cancer website is an online resource providing advice to people diagnosed with cancer and employers about their options, rights and responsibilities.
A patient advisory council has the potential to reach beyond simple patient engagement toward functional involvement in decision making about clinic operations.
A Primary Health Network and a Local Health District worked with consumers to establish a consumer engagement structure to support locally responsive, integrated and consumer-centred services.
The Shanghai Declaration promotes health in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Personal stories are an influential training tool for changing health care professionals' attitudes and behaviour.
Lay members raised concerns about their representation and legitimacy, reflecting a lack of clarity about roles, scope and impact of lay people’s involvement in commissioning.
The International Alliance of Patients’ Organizations's guidelines for involvement of patients in all aspects of health care organisations policy development and delivery.
The International Alliance of Patients’ Organizations's policy statement on patient involvement in healthcare.
A pediatric research team's experience of collaborating with parents through trust, mutual respect and shared social responsibility.
Patient involvement in clinical care and service, in management and in executive management levels is a model to structure patient engagement in governance of health services.
Patient advisory councils show potential for promoting patient-centered practice improvements in primary care.
The 15 Steps Challenge is a tool to help staff, patients and others to work together to identify improvements that will enhance the patient experience.
This study compares patient, family member and provider experiences, preferences, and perceptions of family participation in Intensive Care Unit rounds.
This report outlines findings from the Cochrane Consumers and Communication Priority Setting Project.
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