Person-centeredness shifts the focus of healthcare and research to the needs and priorities of patients and communities, and may improve health outcomes. There are no instruments available, however, with which we can assess the degree to which research is indeed person-centered. Our aim was to develop and validate a quantitative instrument to rate person-centeredness of research. To view the supplementary data that accompany this paper please visit the journal website at: ull/10.2217/cer-2018-0046 Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research 09 Nov 2018

Development and validation of the Person-Centeredness of Research Scale


Consuelo H Wilkins, Victoria Villalta-Gil, Mckenzie M Houston, Yvonne Joosten, Alan Richmond, Yolanda C Vaughn, Sarah C Stallings & Kenneth A Wallston