European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare
Published/Hosted by University of Buckingham Press.
The European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare (EJPCH) is dedicated to the development of the theory and practice of Person-centered Healthcare (PCH). All aspects of PCH are of interest to the Journal, including: (i) healthcare epistemology and the nature of knowledge for clinical practice in the context of the immediate experience of the individual patient; (ii) complexity and reductionism in healthcare; (iii) person-centered integrative diagnosis; (iv) narrative-based/informed healthcare; (v) values-based/informed healthcare; (vi) preferences-based/informed healthcare; (vii) scientific evidence-based/informed healthcare; (viii) psychosocial healthcare; (ix) psychosexual healthcare; (x) culturally-sensitive healthcare; (xi) spiritual and religious care; (xii) social and environmental healthcare; (xiii) translational and genomic medicine; (xiv) sociological aspects of PCH; (xv) medical informatics, information technology and person-centered healthcare records; (xvi) shared decision-making and PCH; (xvii) the role and importance of family and friends for PCH; (xviii) the medical humanities and PCH; (xix) the evaluation and audit of PCH; (xx) the ethics of PCH; (xxi) the medico-legal implications of PCH; (xxii) person-centered healthcare facility design; (xxiii) person-centered healthcare policy-making; (xxiv) the politics and political environment of PCH; (xxv) person-centered undergraduate and postgraduate clinical education; (xxvi) methodologies for the development of person-centered models of care for long term chronic illness; (xxvii) methodologies for the development of person-centered models of care for acute medical and surgical presentations; (xxviii) approaches to the individualisation of public health and population science.
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