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Patient Experience Journal

Patient Experience Journal (PXJ) is an international, multidisciplinary, and multi-method, open-access, peer-reviewed journal published in association with The Beryl Institute, the global community of practice dedicated to improving the patient experience through collaboration and shared knowledge. You can register to receive additional information on patient experience from The Beryl Institute here.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - SPECIAL ISSUE

Patient & Family Experience in Children’s Hospitals and Pediatric Care
PXJ is excited to announce its next special issue scheduled for July 2018. The deadline for submissions for this issue is March 1, 2018. We invite you to review the Special Issue call for submissions.

You can also review our General Submission Guidelines

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Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 3 (2017)

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Healthcare providers versus patients' understanding of health beliefs and values
Betty M. Kennedy, Matloob Rehman, William D. Johnson, Michelle B. Magee, Robert Leonard, and Peter T. Katzmarzyk

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Patient and provider experiences with relationship, information, and management continuity
Jeanette Jackson, Gail MacKean, Tim Cooke, and Markus Lahtinen

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Effects of a hospital-wide physician communication skills training workshop on self-efficacy, attitudes and behavior
Minna Saslaw, Dana R. Sirota, Deborah P. Jones, Marcy Rosenbaum, and Steven Kaplan

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Maintaining public health insurance benefits: How primary care clinics help keep low-income patients insured
Rose L. Harding, Jennifer D. Hall, Jennifer DeVoe, Heather Angier, Rachel Gold, Christine Nelson, Sonja Likumahuwa-Ackman, John Heintzman, Aleksandra Sumic, and Deborah J. Cohen

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I’m going to tell you a little about myself: Illness centrality, self-image and identity in cystic fibrosis
Susan Horky LCSW, Laura Sherman LICSW, Julie K. Polvinen BA, Medhavi Saxena MD, and Michael Rich MD

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Patient experiences in intensive care units: a systematic review
Serpil Topçu, Şule Ecevit Alpar, Bilgi Gülseven, and Ayda Kebapçı

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Using appreciative inquiry as a framework to enhance the patient experience
Kerry Moorer MBA; Schawan Kunupakaphun; Elilzabeth Delgado; Matthew Moody; Christina Wolf MSN, RN, CNL; Karen Moore RN, MS, FACHE; and Pracha Eamranond MD, MPH

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Patient experience in the behavioral health setting: Key best practices throughout an organizational journey
Mark L. D'Agostino, Tena Vizner, Daniel Wald, Linda Espinosa, and Rick Evans