2018 | 4 (375) tom I | 156-165
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Partycypacja pacjenta w procesie leczenia a zaufanie do lekarzy

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Patient Participation in the Treatment Process and Trust in Doctors
Участие пациента в процессе лечения и доверие к врачам
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Partycypacja pacjenta opiera się na prawach pacjenta i jego możliwościach wpływania na decyzje dotyczące opieki medycznej przez komunikację i dialog dostosowany do preferencji i potencjału pacjenta oraz wynikający z kombinacji wiedzy lekarza i pacjenta (Castroa i in. 2016). Jej znaczenie we współczesnej opiece zdrowotnej sprawia, że konieczne jest identyfikowanie czynników wpływających na zakres partycypacji pacjenta, jak i konsekwencje tego zjawiska. Stąd celem artykułu jest określenie wpływu partycypacji pacjenta na zaufanie do lekarzy. Przeprowadzone badanie dowiodło, że partycypacja wpływa na zaufanie do lekarzy, choć wpływ ten może mieć charakter zarówno pozytywny, jak i negatywny.
Patient’s participation is based on their rights and ability to influence decisions regarding medical care through communication and dialogue attuned to the preferences and potential of the patient and resulting from the combination of the doctor’s and the patient’s knowledge (Castroa et al. 2016). Its importance in contemporary healthcare makes it necessary to identify the factors affecting the scope of patient’s participation as well as the consequences of this phenomenon. Therefore, the aim of the paper is to determine the impact of patient’s participation on trust in doctors. The study proved that participation affects trust in doctors, although this influence can be both positive and negative.
Участие пациента основано на правах пациента и его возможности влиять на решения, касающиеся медицинской помощи посредством коммуникации и диалога, приспособленного к предпочтениям и потенциалу пациента, а также вытекающего из объединения знаний врача и пациента (Castroa и др., 2016). Их значение в современном здравоохранении приводит к тому, что необходимо выявить факторы, влияющие на диапазон участия пациента, а так- же последствия этого явления. И потому цель статьи – определить влияние участия пациента на доверие к врачам. Проведенное обследование доказало, что участие влияет на доверие к врачам, хотя это влияние может иметь как положительный, так и отрицательный характер.
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