Lussier, Marie-TheReSe, Richard, Claude, Glaser, Emma, and Roberge, Denis
Patient Education and Counseling. April 2016, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p530, 12 p.
Chronic diseases -- Care and treatment, Practice guidelines (Medicine), Family medicine, and Emergency medicine
* Web-based educational approaches can improve patient participation in PC encounters. * Trained groups engaged in more socio-emotional talk and more PACE utterances. * Rate, initiative and dialogue on some medication themes increased in trained groups. * Changes in patient participation were not perceived by patients themselves or their providers. * Web based interventions are an accessible and effective way to activate patients.