Clinical guidelines are the user manuals of modern medicine. They can dictate insurance coverage and help hospitals set quality standards. Yet they often lack the perspective of those who care the most about good treatment: patients and their caregivers. Researchers are working to change that.
RAND/PPMD Patient-Centeredness Method Publications
Below are commentary and publications related to the RAND/PPMD Patient-Centeredness Method (RPM).
For an external review of the RPM, please see "Engaging Patients and Their Caregivers/representatives in Person-Centered Clinical Guidelines Development," by Miles and Asbridge.