Examining the role of patients' experiences as a resource for choice and decision-making in health care: a creative, inter-disciplinary mixed method study in digital health
Traditional health information has been based on facts and figures, not patients’ experiences. Websites featuring people’s accounts of their experiences of health and illness are popular as a source of information support and much else. However, there are concerns that experiential information on the internet might have adverse effects on health.
To find out whether, when and how the NHS should incorporate people’s experiences (PEx) into online health inform...
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