Article | April 29, 2024

Patient & Public Involvement – Stranded On The Adoption Curve?

Source: DIA

By Liz Clark, King’s College London; and Amy Rogers, University of Dundee

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Patient and public involvement (PPI), also referred to as patient engagement (PE), represents a significant stride in enhancing patient empowerment within healthcare systems. Empowering individuals affected by health conditions to actively participate in decision-making processes directly impacting them is not only ethically imperative but also conducive to fostering patient-centered outcomes. Despite recognizing its benefits, widespread adoption of PPI remains elusive.

This article delves into the factors hindering the integration of PPI into healthcare practices and proposes strategies to reignite momentum for its implementation. By elucidating the barriers impeding progress on the PPI adoption curve and offering actionable insights, this article aims to catalyze renewed efforts in harnessing the full potential of patient engagement in shaping the future of healthcare delivery.

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