Patient involvement in the implementation of infection prevention and control guidelines and associated interventions: a scoping review.
AuthorsFernandes Agreli, Heloise
Ni Bhuachalla, Cliodhna
Smiddy, Maura P
Keywordsquality in health care
SERVICE USER INVOLVEMENT
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AbstractFrom an identified 2078 papers, 14 papers were included in this review. Our findings provide insights into the need for a fundamental change to IPC, from being solely the healthcare professionals (HCPs) responsibility to one that involves a collaborative relationship between HCPs and patients. This change should be underpinned by a clear understanding of patient roles, potential levels of patient involvement in IPC and strategies to overcome barriers to patient involvement focusing on the professional-patient relationship (eg, patient encouragement through multimodal educational strategies and efforts to disperse professional's power).
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