Developing a research framework to inform an evidence base for person-centered medicine: Keeping the person at the centre
Reid, C. (2013) Developing a research framework to inform an evidence base for person-centered medicine: Keeping the person at the centre. European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare, 1 (2). pp. 336-342.
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Person-centered medicine exists at the intersect of science and humanism and has the dual goals of relational and evidence-based practice. In the operationalization of humanistic medicine then, the development of a sympathetic and facilitative research framework is a priority. The person-centric research framework is proffered as one such model and will be described in this paper with a view to eliciting discussion about the essential qualities of a person-centered approach to evidence generation. This framework has been emergent from the clinical practice of the author, and builds upon other pioneering work in this field. It is operationalized as a practitioner-informed philosophy of the conceptualisation, practice and interpretation of research.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Psychology and Exercise Science|
|Publisher:||European Society for Person Centered Healthcare|
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