Valutare e promuovere la partecipazione attiva alle cure da parte delle persone che accedono al pronto soccorso: traduzione e validazione del Patient Participation in Emergency Department Questionnarie.

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Introduzione: la partecipazione della persona alle cure è la capacità dell’assistito di avere un ruolo attivo nelle decisioni riguardanti i suoi trattamenti ma risulta di diffi cile attuazione nel contesto di emergenza-urgenza. In letteratura non è stato trovato alcuno strumento italiano che valuti il grado di partecipazione dell’assistito al processo di cura in Pronto Soccorso (PS). Lo scopo di questo studio è stato quello di tradurre e valutare le perfomance psicometriche del questionario Patient Participation in Emergency Department Questionnaire (PPED) nel contesto italiano.

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Ausili, D., Bertozzi, S., Villa, C., Pandolfi, L., Brognara, A., Spedale, V., Frank, C., & Di Mauro, S. (2018). Valutare e promuovere la partecipazione attiva alle cure da parte delle persone che accedono al pronto soccorso: traduzione e validazione del Patient Participation in Emergency Department Questionnarie. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 33(1), 31–36. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2016.57