Patient experience

86 articles
by Paul Taylor

Why hiccups are still a medical mystery

by Vanessa Milne Francine Buchanan Joshua Tepper Jeremy Petch

How patient stories are re-shaping health care

by Paul Adams

Palliative care can’t wait: what I wish I’d known as my wife was dying

In the four years I accompanied my wife Suzanne as she endured the diagnoses and treatment for breast cancer, the most shocking moment came just five days before she died.

by Vicky Stergiopoulos Deb Wise Harris

Reframing our view of ‘unnecessary’ emergency department visits

by Margaret McGregor

Why don’t doctors screen more for frailty?

by Trevor Jamieson Alexis Villa Amna Husain Stacey Daub Jodeme Goldhar

Us and Them: Why patient-defined health teams don’t communicate well

2 of 5