Tag Archives: Society for Participatory Medicine

Advance Directives

Advance Directives and Other Medical Tall Tales

Editor’s note: EngagingPatients.org has published posts recently that share a focus on advance directives for end-of-life care. With deeply personal choices, advance directives involve patients and family members—as well as readers—in a wide range of concerns, touching on many topics in patient engagement. In this post, Brenda Denzler reflects on end-of-life choices and the experiences of […]

In the Literature

Engaging Patients in Canada

Earlier this month, I reviewed notable articles about patient and family engagement published in 2018. Reflecting my own bias, all of the articles on my list reflected experience in the United States. The U.S. bias was subconscious until I discovered a special issue of Healthcare Quarterly,a journal published by Longwoods Publishing Corp., based in Toronto. […]