The aim of this study was to ask whether there are shared ideas about what good health care looks like that apply across different populations and conditions. Do priorities among “seldom heard” groups differ from mainstream views and, if so, how might we understand these differences?
Focus groups were recruited with the help of our study patient representatives. Participants discussed and prioritized a set of eight “core components” of good care. We...Expand abstract
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Do we all agree what “good health care” looks like? Views from those who are “seldom heard” in health research, policy and service improvement
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