Co-producing Cochrane reviews on partnering for person-centred care
Person-centred care was identified as a priority topic for Cochrane Consumers and Communication Reviews in 2016.
This project involves co-producing a Cochrane qualitative evidence synthesis on partnering with consumers at the governance level to promote person-centred healthcare organisations.
The Stakeholder Advisory Panel working with us to co-produce the review includes consumers, healthcare providers and policymakers. A second Cochrane Review, also with stakeholder input, is investigating the effectiveness of interventions for partnering at the governance level to promote person-centred healthcare organisations.
- Dr Bronwen Merner
- Dr Dianne Lowe
- Sophie Hill, Associate Professor
- Dr Rebecca Ryan
Stakeholder Advisory Panel
There is an 18-member Stakeholder Advisory Panel with members from around Australia. It includes six people with consumer and carer expertise, as well as members with health service, quality improvement, clinical and policy expertise.
- Lowe D, Merner B, Graham-Wisener L, Walsh L, Hill, S. (2019). The effects of consumers and health providers working in partnership as an intervention for the promotion of person-centred health services. Protocol. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 7. Art. No.: CD013373. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD013373.
- Merner B, Hill S, Colombo C, Xafis V, Gaulden CM, Graham‐Wisener L, Lowe D, Walsh L, Biggar S, Bourke N, Chmielewski R, Gill M, Martin F, Martinek N, McKinlay L, Menzies D, Mussared A, Refahi N, Smith L, Sonawane R, Wardrope C. (2019). Consumers and health providers working in partnership for the promotion of person‐centred health services: a co‐produced qualitative evidence synthesis. Protocol. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 2. Art. No.: CD013274. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD013274.