Person centred care - what works?

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In this blog, Angela Coulter identifies key themes emerging from the evidence that National Voices has recently published on person-centred care. 

Based on key findings from 779 systematic reviews she identifies three key points — that information is effective therapy, that patient involvement leads to better clinical decisions and that integrated self-management support works best - and asks why health services and commissioners have been so slow to implement them.

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