The value of patient and provider reported experiences in evaluating home-based assisted peritoneal dialysis

Author
Bevilacqua, Micheli
Chiu, Helen
Saunders, Sushila
Turnbull, Linda
Taylor, Paul
Singh, Rajinder
Salyers, Vince
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Date
2017
Keywords
barriers , caregivers , chronic disease management , clinical communication , patient-centered care , peritoneal dialysis , provider experience , psychological support
Abstract (summary)
Assisted peritoneal dialysis (PD) is a proven intervention to support patients with functional limitations in performing home-based PD. Previous research has focused on clinical outcomes, but experiences with assisted PD have not been explored from the perspective of patients and providers. Through a 12-month pilot program called PD Assist (PDA), this study elicited these perspectives to improve the program.
Publication Information
Bevilacqua, M.U., Chui, H., Saunders, S., Turnbull, L., Taylor, P., Singh, R., & Salyers, V. (2017). The value of patient and provider reported experiences in evaluating home-based assisted peritoneal dialysis. European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare, 5(3), 404-412. doi:10.5750/ejpch.v5i3.1349
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Item Type
Article
Language
English
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