Objective: To examine the motivations of patients recording clinical encounters, covertly or otherwise, and why some do not wish to record encounters. Design: Mixed-methods analysis of survey data and nested semistructured interviews. Setting: Survey to UK audience, using social media and radio broadcast. Participants: 168 survey respondents, of whom 161 were 18 years of age or older (130 completions). Of the 56 participants who agreed to be contacted, we included data from 17 interviews.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Elwyn, Glyn; Barr, Paul James; and Grande, Stuart W., "Patients Recording Clinical Encounters: A Path to Empowerment? Assessment by Mixed Methods" (2015). Dartmouth Scholarship. 1330.