Citizens as active participants in integrated care: challenging the field’s dominant paradigms

Citizens as active participants in integrated care: challenging the field’s dominant paradigms

Glimmerveen, L., Nies,  H., and Ybema, S. (2019)

 

“In our view, in order to realize ambitions of personcenteredness and population-based care, we should stop treating citizen participation as an add-on to an otherwise professional, organizational and institution paradigm. Likewise, we must refrain from idealizing participation as an easy remedy or an undisputed objective. In practice, the intricate tensions between systems and life-worlds are an inevitable part of the process of pursuing participatory care integration.”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6416819/

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