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PATIENT EXPERIENCE JOURNAL

Patient Experience Journal (PXJ) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal published in association with The Beryl Institute. Read in over 200 countries and territories, PXJ is committed to disseminating rigorous knowledge and expanding the global conversation on evidence and innovation on patient experience. Grounded in our core principles, PXJ engages all perspectives, with a strong commitment to Patients Included. Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis, however submissions for our annual special issue must be received by March 1, 2019. All submissions should adhere to the requested submission types and author guidelines. We invite you to join to the conversation.

Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 3 (2018)

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Patient partner compensation in research and health care: the patient perspective on why and how
Dawn P. Richards, Isabel Jordan, Kimberly Strain, and Zal Press

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Standardising the collection of patient-reported experience measures to facilitate benchmarking and drive service improvement
Kathleen L. Withers, Sarah Puntoni, Susan O'Connell, Robert I. Palmer, and Grace Carolan-Rees

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Can specific feedback improve patients’ satisfaction with hospitalist physicians? A feasibility study using a validated tool to assess inpatient satisfaction
Sarah E. Richards, Rachel Thompson, Steven Paulmeyer, Ashvita Garg, Sarah Malik, Kristy Carlson, Elizabeth Lyden, and Jason Shiffermiller

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Transforming care through bedside leader rounding: Use of handheld technology leads to improvement in perceived patient satisfaction
Alison Tothy, Sunitha K. Sastry, Mary K. Springman, Heather M. Limper, John Fahrenbach, and Susan M. Murphy

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Improving the patient experience through patient portals: Insights from experienced portal users
Cynthia J. Sieck, Jennifer L. Hefner, and Ann Scheck McAlearney

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What older adults want from their health care providers
Hazel Williams-Roberts, Sylvia Abonyi, and Julie Kryzanowski

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Patients educating health care providers on Lynch syndrome
Kelsey Hennig, Barry DeCoster, Rebecca Chu, Wendy Parker, Lisa Campo-Engelstein, and Allison M. Burton-Chase

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The perioperative patient experience of hand and wrist surgical patients: An exploratory study using patient journey mapping
Else F. de Ridder, Tessa Dekkers, Jarry T. Porsius, Gerald Kraan, and Marijke Melles

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Rules of engagement: Strategies used to enlist and retain underserved mothers in a mental health intervention
Maureen J. Baker PhD, RN, CNL; Beth Perry Black PhD, RN, FAAN; and Linda S. Beeber PhD, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN

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How younger adults with psychosocial problems experienced person-centered health consultations
Line Soot, Kirsten S. Freund, Jørgen Lous, Mikkel Vass, and Lotte Hvas

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A photo-elicitation study of homeless and marginally housed Veterans’ experiences with patient-centered care
Samuel F. Sestito, Keri L. Rodriguez, Kristina L. Hruska, James W. Conley, Michael A. Mitchell, and Adam J. Gordon

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Tell Me More: Promoting compassionate patient care through conversations with medical students
Danielle Qing, Anjali Narayan, Kristin Reese, Sarah Hartman, Taranjeet Ahuja, and Alice Fornari