The Patient as Agent of Health and Health Care: Autonomy in Patient-Centered Care for Chronic Conditions

The Patient as Agent of Health and Health Care: Autonomy in Patient-Centered Care for Chronic Conditions

by Mark Sullivan, MD, PhD, PhD MD

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780195386585
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 01/16/2017
Pages: 456
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.60(d)

About the Author



Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; Adjunct Professor of Medical History and Ethics, University of Washington

Table of Contents



Chapter 1 - Introduction: Patient-Centered Health-who, what, and how?
Chapter 2 - Patient-Centered Care or Patient-Centered Health?
Chapter 3 - Respecting and promoting patient autonomy in research, end-of-life care, and chronic illness care
Chapter 4 - Escaping the autonomy vs objectivity trap by re-personalizing the clinical problem
Chapter 5 - Health-related Quality of Life as a Goal for Clinical Care
Chapter 6 - Health as the Capacity for Action
Chapter 7 - On the role of health behavior in 21st Century health
Chapter 8 - Repersonalizing health behavior as therapeutic action:
advancing from activated patient to autonomous patient
Chapter 9 - Finding health between personal and disease processes
Chapter 10 - Seeking the roots of health and action in biological autonomy
Chapter 11 - Make the patient into the true customer for health care
Chapter 12 - Patient-centered health is produced by patients

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