Preferences, predictions and patient enablement: a preliminary study
BACKGROUND: The widely used patient enablement instrument (PEI) is sometimes contrasted against measures of patient satisfaction as being a more objective measure of consultation quality, in that it is less likely to be positively influenced by fulfilling pre-existing expectations for specific consultation outcomes (such as prescriptions or referrals). However the relationship between expectation and enablement is underexplored, as is the relationship between ‘expectation’ understood as a...[Show more]
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|Source:||BMC Family Practice 14 (2013): 116/1-7|
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