The practical use of the Patient Enablement and Satisfaction Model in nurse-led outpatient cardiac clinics
Background The Patient Enablement and Satisfaction Model (PESM) developed in primary care, theorises the mechanisms through which nurses may impact upon patients’ experience of satisfaction and enablement, enhancing their capacity to manage their health. Aim To evaluate the applicability of the PESM in an ambulatory chronic care setting. Methods We applied Corbin and Strauss’ criteria for evaluating the practical value of a conceptual model in diverse clinical settings, to inform our...[Show more]
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