In a new Cochrane Review on Informed Consent, Paul Kinnersley and colleagues’ review of interventions to promote informed consent for patients undergoing surgical and other invasive healthcare procedures, which includes 65 Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs) from 12 countries, shows that these interventions improved knowledge and satisfaction with decision making and reduced decisional conflict, although they did not reduce anxiety.
Kinnersley P, Phillips K, Savage K, Kelly MJ, Farrell E, Morgan B, Whistance R, Lewis V, Mann MK, Stephens BL, Blazeby J, Elwyn G, Edwards AGK. Interventions to promote informed consent for patients undergoing surgical and other invasive healthcare procedures. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2013, Issue 7. Art. No.: CD009445. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD009445.pub2.”
Nothing Personal: Disturbing Undercurrents in Cancer Care
Used in medical education.
Includes referenced discussion sections for evidence-based practice.
- Medical Journalists' Association Open Book Award
"A landmark for the patient voice"
- Macmillan Cancer Support
"A remarkable book... essential reading for all who deal with cancer patients - health professionals, politicians, health service developers, carers and, of course, patients themselves... will surely inspire change."
- Professor Karol Sikora in his foreword.