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Patient Empowerment

Hostage Bargaining Syndrome Happens in Healthcare, Too

“Hostage” is an unusual, perhaps startling, word in a health care context.” 1(p1375) The word “hostage” caught my attention as I quickly scanned Twitter or some other message feed on my computer. I don’t recall exactly what I was doing at the time, but I stopped and quickly clicked my way to “When Patients and Their […]

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Susan Carr Susan Carr is a medical editor and writer specializing in patient safety and engagement. In addition to curating the EngagingPatients blog, she produces publications for the Betsy Lehman Center in Boston and the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine. Susan lives and works in Lunenburg, Massachusetts.

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Patient Empowerment

Engagement Begins With Empowerment

I recently attended a lecture by a high school English teacher on the topic of empowerment. She shared the results of an experiment she had done in her classroom where she tried to improve her students’ care and storage of notebook computers used during class. She described engaging her students by sharing with them how […]

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Janette Bisbee, MSN, RN-BC, NHA Janette Bisbee is the education/project manager for The Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania’s (HAP) Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN). Janette leads person and family engagement efforts at HAP, assisting member hospitals to operationalize person-and-family-centered care in their organizations. Janette has been a registered nurse for 25 years, and prior to joining HAP, spent the majority of her career in the field of long-term care. In addition to being an RN, Janette is a board certified gerontological nurse, and holds a Pennsylvania Nursing Home Administrator license.

Janette Bisbee, MSN, RN-BC, NHA has 1 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org