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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 April 1, 2020. All submissions should adhere to the requested submission types and author guidelines. We invite you to join to the conversation.

Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 2 (2019) Special Issue: The Role of Technology and Innovation in Patient Experience

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A patient portal push toward acceptance and utilization of the technology
Deborah Kornacker DNP, RN; Kathy Fitzgerald Ph.D., RN; and Stacie Elder Ph.D.,RN, CNE

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Assessing capacity to engage in healthcare to improve the patient experience through health information technology
Cynthia J. Sieck, Daniel M. Walker, Megan Gregory, Naleef Fareed, and Jennifer L. Hefner

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Socio-demographic predictors associated with capacity to engage in health care
Ran Sun, Linden Wu, Scott Barnett, Patsy Deyo, and Ellen Swartwout

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How do healthcare staff respond to patient experience feedback online? A typology of responses published on Care Opinion
Lauren Paige Ramsey, Laura Sheard Dr, Rebecca Lawton Professor, and Jane O'Hara Dr

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Involving patients and families in a social robot study
Lillian Hung, Annette Berndt, Christine Wallsworth, Neil Horne, Mario Gregorio, Jim Mann, Cindy Liu, Evan Woldum, Andy Au-Yeung, and Habib Chaudhury

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Engagement of patients with scleroderma to revise an internet self-management program
Janet L. Poole, Sharon L. Newbill, Jennifer Serrano, Dana Rosson, Josephine Battyany, Laura Dyas, Luke Evnin, Dennis W. Raisch, Cynthia Maxwell, Mary Alore, Saville Kellner, Pedro Cuencas, Richard M. Silver, and Dinesh Khanna

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A novel mobile biobehavioral regulation system for personalized trauma recovery support
Holly Matto, Padmanabhan Seshaiyer, Anna Newcomb, Shira Rothberg, and Adriana Lopez-Piper

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“Anyone can co-design?”: A case study synthesis of six experience-based co-design (EBCD) projects for healthcare systems improvement in New South Wales, Australia
Tara L. Dimopoulos-Bick, Claire O'Connor, Jane Montgomery, Tracey Szanto, Marion Fisher, Violeta Sutherland, Helen Baines, Phillip Orcher, John Stubbs, Lynne Maher, Raj Verma, and Victoria J. Palmer