Paternalism or partnership?
The increasing importance of patient surveys
The challenge of lay partnership
Gaining informed consent for screening
Involving patients in clinical research
Shared decision making in a publicly funded health care system criticised for mixing information with advertising
Unbalanced presentation of facts breaks UK drug adverts code
In brief
Patients satisfied with nurse run practices
Doctor disciplined for "grossly undertreating" pain
Patients asked to judge quality of care they receive in hospital
Review clears Brompton surgeons
Australia's consumer champion
Decision aids for patients facing health treatment or screening decisions: systematic review
Staff and family attitudes to keeping joint medical and nursing notes at the foot of the bed: questionnaire survey
Clinical and psychosocial predictors of illness duration from randomised controlled trial of prescribing strategies for sore throat
Entering the minds of the elderly
Quality at general practice consultations: cross sectional survey
Rapid appraisal of needs in reproductive health care in southern Sudan: qualitative study
General practice registrar responses to the use of different risk communication tools in simulated consultations: a focus group study
Towards a feasible model for shared decision making: focus group study with general practice registrars
Evaluation of questionnaire on cancer family history in identifying patients at increased genetic risk in general practice
There is another way
Guided self management of asthma-how to do it
Promoting partnerships: challenges for the internet age
Helping patients access high quality health information
Framework for teaching and learning informed shared decision making
Commentary: Competencies for informed shared decision making
Commentary: Proposals based on too many assumptions
Acknowledging the expertise of patients and their organisations
Participatory research maximises community and lay involvement
Partnerships with children
What do we mean by partnership in making decisions about treatment?
On the power of communication
Patient partnership is not a magic formula
Patient participation cannot guarantee empowerment
Patient-partners may be political correctness gone too far
Doctors should help patients to communicate better with them
Cultural diversity matters
Whether patients should be partners depends on the patient
Health library in India works to empower patients
Patients can educate doctors about long term disease
Dying patients need a good relationship with their doctor
People with learning disabilities should be partners too
Patient information is often misleading
Reorganisations often benefit administrators rather than patients
Media have key role in shaping use of health services
Taking medicines: concordance is not compliance
Patients are important links in the healthcare chain
Encouraging HIV positive people to participate in clinical trials
Cochrane Collaboration welcomes patient participation
Educating patients helps the NHS
Government wants patient partnership to be integral part of NHS
Patients, Power and Politics: From Patients to Citizens
Health Expectations
Struck off, but why?
Field Guide to the Difficult Patient Interview
Clowning in hospitals is no joke
All change?
On the beach