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Do You Always Need Ethical Review When Involving and Consulting with Patients?

Do You Always Need Ethical Review When Involving and Consulting with Patients? Journal of ORIGINAL ARTICLE Do you always need ethical review when involving and consulting with patients? Katrina Brockbank Salisbury Health Care NHS Trust, Salisbury, UK The National Health Service (NHS) came into being what happens to them - a patient-centred approach. over 50 years ago. During that time the philosophy However, clarification has not been given as to exactly associated with it has evolved from 'doing things to what this means, and research has demonstrated that them' to 'doing things for them', and more recently health-care professionals, educationalists, managers 'doing things with them'. Central to the latter is two­ and patient representatives have all developed different way communication. meanings of patient-centred care to reflect their own particular backgrounds and roles. What has however ~ffi.'(til!C patient and public involvement isfundamental to been said is, that to achieve patient-centred care, we an NHS based on choice, responsiveness and equity. are advised to involve patients both in service planning Delivering and designing health services around the needs of and evaluation, and in decisions relating to their own patients is key to the modernization (if the NHS and is treatment and care - including the design of research integral to improving patients' experiences http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Integrated Care Pathways SAGE

Do You Always Need Ethical Review When Involving and Consulting with Patients?

Journal of Integrated Care Pathways , Volume 9 (2): 4 – Aug 1, 2005

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© 2005 SAGE Publications
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1473-2297
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10.1177/147322970500900205
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Journal of ORIGINAL ARTICLE Do you always need ethical review when involving and consulting with patients? Katrina Brockbank Salisbury Health Care NHS Trust, Salisbury, UK The National Health Service (NHS) came into being what happens to them - a patient-centred approach. over 50 years ago. During that time the philosophy However, clarification has not been given as to exactly associated with it has evolved from 'doing things to what this means, and research has demonstrated that them' to 'doing things for them', and more recently health-care professionals, educationalists, managers 'doing things with them'. Central to the latter is two­ and patient representatives have all developed different way communication. meanings of patient-centred care to reflect their own particular backgrounds and roles. What has however ~ffi.'(til!C patient and public involvement isfundamental to been said is, that to achieve patient-centred care, we an NHS based on choice, responsiveness and equity. are advised to involve patients both in service planning Delivering and designing health services around the needs of and evaluation, and in decisions relating to their own patients is key to the modernization (if the NHS and is treatment and care - including the design of research integral to improving patients' experiences

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Published: Aug 1, 2005

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