Posted by & filed under Identity. investigated the relationship between hope and empowerment through interviews with 29 patients receiving specialist palliative care support. Calvès, A.-E. (2009). (2010). If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with a life-limiting condition, you will likely hear the term “palliative care” at your consultations. 12 results for patient empowerment. Access to society journal content varies across our titles. It reflects the importance placed on identity for self (the patient), relationships and society. Baistow, K. (1994). A discussion of how the governance of the mHealth ecosystem needs to be designed to ensure that this is always the case is beyond the scope of this article, but we recognise that it is a live and important issue. This is the task of the following pages. Szasz, T. S. (1956). First, it allows for a more flexible classification of the mHealth tools themselves, placing the role in which they put the individual along a spectrum that mirrors that developed by Szasz and Hollender (1956), from passive observer to active participant. […] And accompanying all of that is likely to be a big shift in power from doctor to patient as patients use technology to put themselves in the driving seat of their own healthcare destiny, in the same way that we use technology to give ourselves much greater control over every aspect of our lives. Health Sociology Review,26(1), 6–21. (2008). Schulman-Green, D, Bradley, EH, Knobf, MT. However, there are certain problems that arise in practice. This shows that the relationship between social factors, rationality and individual’s desire to be involved in making choices is complex (Walach and Loughlin 2018). This site uses cookies. (2014). This (not-too-distant) future scenario, in which people may have large volumes of complex information thrust upon them in the name of empowerment (Johnsson and Eriksson 2016) might seem extreme when such action is often ethically justified on the basis of respect for persons (Danis and Solomon 2013) and their autonomy (Chiapperino and Tengland 2015). Journal of General Internal Medicine,20(6), 531–535. There is a risk that—without asking difficult questions about the power dynamics involved (Starkey 2003) and the ways in which the empowerment narrative might have negative ramifications (Spencer 2015)—the concept will become fetishized to an extent that impedes the real potential of mHealth tools (Archibald and Wilson 2011). Schaffler, J., Leung, K., Tremblay, S., Merdsoy, L., Belzile, E., Lambrou, A., et al. Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 43(1). The physician-patient accommodation: A central event in clinical medicine. … Lucivero, F. (2017). Do researchers provide a clear account of the process by which their findings were produced? Dickens, G., & Picchioni, M. (2012). Protecting self-identity is central to empowerment for this group and represents a key motivator to ‘continue living’,33 in comparison to other patient groups, where enhanced or sustained health states are seen as both a motivator and outcome of empowerment.4,38,39. Ethical, legal and social implications of incorporating genomic information into electronic health records. American Journal of Community Psychology,21(3), 279–292. (2015). Scott, D. T. (2018). Proponents of the view that intentionality is the key factor in ethical evaluation (including those who believe ‘the end justifies the means’) (Floridi 2016a) may believe that, if this process of reflecting on one’s self through the digital medical gaze results in an individual experiencing a healthier quality of life, then it is not ethically problematic. Evidence-based information on patient empowerment from hundreds of trustworthy sources for health and social care. 4, 5, 11, 12 Both PROMs and patient empowerment have been identified as key aspects of current UK health policy. Presented at the adult education research conference. 2000) ‘self’ that the individual can reflect on through a digital health tool (Floridi 2014). A defence of medical paternalism: Maximising patients’ autonomy. However, if they are a person who lacks in confidence or digital literacy skills, or someone who is frightened by new symptoms, they may wish to use a digital diagnostic tool (a symptoms chatbot for example)Footnote 18 that affords them the ability to express what is worrying them in an environment in which they do not feel judged, knowing that the results will be passed direct to a clinician, who can handle the conversation about what the results mean and what to do next. The current (as of February 2019) Empower the person roadmap can be viewed here: 2016). The benefits of incorporating empowerment strategies in care are well documented, but little is known about their application or impact for patients with advanced, life-limiting illness(s). Sign in here to access free tools such as favourites and alerts, or to access personal subscriptions, If you have access to journal content via a university, library or employer, sign in here, Research off-campus without worrying about access issues. 2017). Neuberger, J. Floridi, L. (2010). As such, the data generated by mHealth tools are imbued with constructed and constructive power and knowledgeFootnote 8 that bring the digital self into being, so that it can be acted upon (Nagington et al. The issue with the all-pervasive nature of this narrative is that mHealth tools sit at the junction between philosophy and technology (Wagner 2018), resulting in what Lucivero and Prainsack (2015) refer to as the lifestylisation of healthcare. Haggerty, D., Richard, V., & Ericson, K. (2000). Beyond “one size fits all”: Physician nonverbal adaptability to patients’ need for paternalism and its positive consultation outcomes. Foster, M. W., & Sharp, R. R. (2008). Systematic review (PROSPERO no. the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. You can be signed in via any or all of the methods shown below at the same time. Levels of patient empowerment will always differ and the health system needs to build in safeguards for the less empowered. The relationships between health anxiety, online health information seeking, and cyberchondria: Systematic review and meta-analysis. (2005). individuals reflect on how many calories they consume daily in relation to their daily activity level and what this might mean for their current state of health as outlined in their GP records]; action [e.g. 2017; Swan 2009) will take on the role of what Swan (2012) terms the ‘empowered biocitizen.’ These empowered individuals are framed as being able to acknowledge that they have both the responsibility (Wardrope 2015) for managing their own health, and the tools for doing soFootnote 7 (Swan 2012). Patient Case studies and reproducible tools 12 References 14. Care and the self: Biotechnology, reproduction, and the good life. Critical Public Health,23(4), 393–403. Information, Communication & Society,20(1), 118–136. This is difficult because the term itself is poorly defined (Lettieri et al. Towards precision medicine; a new biomedical cosmology. Article  The article concludes by stressing that reframing the narrative cannot be the only means for avoiding harm caused to the NHS as a healthcare system by the introduction of mHealth tools. Philosophy & Technology,28(1), 1–4. It provides a succinct summary of the argument currently underpinning the Empower the Person digital strategy of NHS England,Footnote 1 namely that mHealth tools (apps, mobile phones, patient monitoring devices, personal digital assistants, software as a device or other wireless devicesFootnote 2) will ‘empower’ individuals with the data they need to be proactive about preventing ill health. Although there is a clear need to unpack the meanings and the uses of mHealth tools, there has been a lack of detailed social research (Lupton 2013) in the policy arena. Patient, 9(6), 511–523. Philosophy & Technology,30(1), 9–37. This is not a poor idea, but it goes too far. The notorious case of the ‘10,000 steps a day recommendation’ is indicative. This article highlights the limitations of the tendency to frame health- and wellbeing-related digital tools (mHealth technologies) as empowering devices, especially as they play an increasingly important role in the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. Shared decision making seeks to deal explicitly with the fact that each partner brings a different kind of knowledge to the table. 2017). Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy,5, 5. Philosophy & Technology. Details of the definition are provided, along with a discussion of the implications of empowerment for psychiatric rehabilitation programs. Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. This works in two ways. | Sort by Date Shared decision making (KTT23) This document summarises the evidence base on shared decision making . Part of Springer Nature. Humana Mente,30, 105–145. From this perspective, allegedly empowering mHealth tools can be seen as technologies of the self (Floridi 2014). In contrast, there is a significant body of work in this area for patients with long-term conditions and as part of population health-promotion strategies.12,13,40,41. (2017). What is the issue? Lets do away with ‘patients’. In a way, … illustrates the interplay and relationships of these themes. Valérie Carrard and colleagues (2016), for example, demonstrated that, when a GP was instructed to adapt different aspects of their nonverbal dominance depending on an individual’s expressed preference for level of paternalism during a consultation, the outcomes of the individual were considerably higher. This is ethically concerning because of the implications for moral responsibility. However, by the time the individuals are adult and accustomed to managing their own condition, they may need less input from their Digital Companion, and just require medication reminders or a calculator to help them calculate dosage if something about their daily routine has altered. DESIGN: A longitudinal, multisite mixed-method evaluation of MyQuality. (2005). The digital health realm is a specific context in which the institutionalized ‘healthy’ behavioural norm obligates people not only to strive to maintain their health but also to see themselves as incomplete (or ‘sick’) and in need of continuous improvement (Catlaw and Sandberg 2018; Juengst and McGowan 2018). Schattner, A., Bronstein, A., & Jellin, N. (2006). Adaptation was achieved through changing priorities, sorting personal affairs and planning for further deteriorations.25,27,30 Coping involved refocusing on small daily tasks.33, Having hope was central to the patient’s capacity for adaptation and coping, with hope a motivating element to ‘go on’ as losses continued to manifest.33 The fragility of hope and therein one’s ability to cope and continue was recognised as being under continuous threat.30. On the adoption of personal health records: Some problematic issues for patient empowerment. mental health context, empowerment refers to the level of choice, influence and control that users of mental health services can exercise over events in their lives. Palliative Medicine, 32 … This logic is very cybernetic, it relies on an assumption that digital health tools view humans as stable, controllable entities capable of maintaining an equilibrium by responding to changes in health outputs by altering inputs accordingly (Cheney-Lippold 2017). (Owens and Cribb 2017). Floridi, L. (2015). Future discussion will be needed on the overarching role of responsible design. Chin, J. J. European Journal of Epidemiology,29(6), 383–390. Public Health Genomics,20(6), 321–331. ... End of life care for people with life-limiting conditions A total of 20,591 papers were screened, but only 13 papers met our inclusion criteria after quality assessment (Figure 1). This impacted on empowerment by restricting patients to specific wards, in which nurses had not received palliative care training, and limiting discharge options: ‘[Patients] can't leave the hospital because they have that technology in place, because they can't be transported. 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Schmietow, B., & Marckmann, G. (2019). Allowing for some kind of manipulation of the choice architecture in this manner is key to avoiding the ‘dilemma’ of tolerance where it is possible that a zero form of pragmatic paternalism can become hyper-protective and thus counterproductive to wellbeing. The issue is that, as DuFault and Schouten (2018) stress, for individuals to be able to exert agency over these data-driven suggestions they would need to have some good understanding about the underlying data, processes, and technical possibilities. Six papers evaluated interventions, referencing patient empowerment as an incidental outcome. To demonstrate why the practice is still concerning, even if the intention of promoting self-surveillance is to improve people’s health outcomes, it is necessary to question which health outcomes are being promoted, why, and what the implications of this are. By Robert Hawke, ... thereby potentially limiting care. Inclusion criteria: empirical research involving patients with advanced life-limiting illness including descriptions of, or references to, patient empowerment within the study results. Collaborating with community pharmacists to deliver sexual health services than treatment of disease. Greater efforts should be made to progress the empowerment of patients nearing the end of their lives. This confusion can be blamed on the fact that the concept has no single point of origin. The need to personalise and pace these approaches was also reported after patients expressed feelings of guilt when failing to achieve mutually designed ‘goals’.36. 1999), taking on board the knowledge provided by the individual and trying to make the decision that they think the individual would make for themselves, which makes the exchange paternalistic; or the individual takes on the knowledge provided by the clinician and is expected to act on it, bringing us back to the informed model underlying the digitally-empowered narrative. A doctor’s office adds gravitas to the opinion of the clinician and the individual’s home where the conversation is between individual and digital health technology, or where the technology is mediating the conversation between clinician and individual, prioritizes the opinion of the individual. Swan, M. (2012). Yeo, Y. The views and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Health Service, the National Institute of Health Research, Medical Research Council, Central Commissioning Facility, NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre, the National Institute of Health Research Programme Grants for Applied Research, or the Department of Health. The patient could be in pain, emotionally traumatized or in some way not up to making a fully unemotional, rational decision. This does not mean that both parties have the same amount (quantitative) information. The qualities advocated applied to HCPs, families, informal carers, patients and services, with the synergy between these groups integral in the attainment of empowerment. To further describe practice development and the integral focus of staff and patient empowerment, a Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) at a large tertiary care hospital provides a relevant, pertinent example. Press. In this environment, the threats to integrity of self (where individuals are unaware of the forces acting on their self (Cheney-Lippold 2017) become magnified and, given that damage to a person’s psychological integrity, can be perceived as a ‘harm’, not accounting for this potentiality, poses the risk of creating a system that violates the first principle of medical ethics: primum non nocere (first, do no harm) (Andorno 2004). This results in this population being inappropriately assessed and subsequently underserved. 2018), focused on delivering ‘P4’ (personalised, preventative, predictive and participatory) medicine (van Roessel et al. Introduction. Empirical research included descriptions of, or references to, patient empowerment within their results, irrespective of whether empowerment featured in the objectives of the study. Our critical interpretative synthesis generated five overarching themes, illustrated in Table 3 (Appendix 2) and discussed in the following. Johnsson, L., & Eriksson, S. (2016). (2012). Thus, individuals become subject to a regime of numbers where the health of their digital self is constantly shifting depending on hours slept, steps taken, calories consumed etc. Some society journals require you to create a personal profile, then activate your society account, You are adding the following journals to your email alerts, Did you struggle to get access to this article? (2007), Schattner et al. I Smith, G. J. D., & Vonthethoff, B. Charles, C., Gafni, A., & Whelan, T. (1999). Cet article explore linterface de lempowerment et de lApproche centrée sur la personne issue de mon travail en soins infirmiers sous la forme dune analyse de concept et dune révision intégrative de la littérature sur lempo… The key to empowerment is the removal of formal or informal barriers and the transformation of power relations between individuals, communities, services and governments. To do this requires revisiting Parson’s sick role concept which, as stated earlier, presents ill individuals as submitting passively to the administrations of their doctor (Roberts 1999). Singapore Medical Journal,43(3), 152–155. Aggarwal, A., Davies, J., & Sullivan, R. (2014). Six papers evaluated interventions, referencing patient empowerment as an incidental outcome.28,29,31,34,36,37 The remaining five papers, referencing empowerment within their results, were qualitative studies exploring living with multiple symptoms,32 experiences of uncertainty,25 the concept of chronic cancer,26 relational ethics of hope35 and experiences of self-management.30. This remained the status quo until, over the course of 30 years between the 1960s and 1990s (Aggarwal et al. Screening papers for inclusion was performed by D.W., with queries pertaining to inclusion discussed with F.E.M.M. This exposed the contrasting features of empowerment for our population of interest when compared to the patient groups represented by the models and frameworks. If the nurse is able to handle it appropriately. Of the 13 studies, 7 included participants with cancer diagnoses, while the remaining 6 included a mix of cancer and non-cancer patient groups. Patient empowerment, what does it mean for adults in the advanced stages of a life-limiting illness: A systematic review using critical interpretive synthesis. Some paradoxes of empowerment. Social Media + Society,1(2), 205630511560338. Here, the empowerment paradigm involves patients reclaiming their responsibilities to improve and maintain their health, in parallel with a reformation of the patient–doctor relationship4–6 that encourages equitable partnerships over an authoritative dynamic.7 Self-management and self-efficacy are key features within the majority of patient empowerment constructs, with a growing number of measures used in practice to assess, monitor and promote these qualities.5,8,9 There is increasing evidence that patient empowerment is effective and beneficial. 2012). The Hastings Center Report,42(5), 34–40. And such a relationship is further problematic in a world that increasingly erases any boundary between online and offline, and make people live ‘onlife’ (Floridi 2014), and in a black-boxed world (Pasquale 2015; Schmietow and Marckmann 2019) of digital health, which is becoming increasingly automated, and where transparency may not be made available. «Empowerment»: généalogie d’un concept clé du discours contemporain sur le développement. Kraetschmer, N., Sharpe, N., Urowitz, S., & Deber, R. B. Wakefield, D., Bayly, J., Selman, L. E., Firth, A. M., Higginson, I. J., & Murtagh, F. E. (2018). The extent to which individuals with Cystic Fibrosis are able to manage their own care varies considerably over their life, depending on personal factors such as age, life-stage, emotional wellbeing and environmental factors such as where the individual lives and how much they earn (Floch et al. critically revised the article and approved the version to be published. Technology paternalism—Wider implications of ubiquitous computing. These papers were later used to compare empowerment themes between the other disease groups and patients with advanced life-limiting disease to support the dialectic processes of the interpretive review. Patients being involved in their care has also shown positive patient outcomes (Vahdat, Hamzehgardeshi, Hessam, and Hamzehgardeshi, 2014). The concept of empowerment is defined as the creation of an environment in which individuals can behave as responsible adults, and where decision making is made at the point where the knowledge is greatest. Social Science and Medicine,60(6), 1299–1309. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. Instead, they could exacerbate existing health inequalities, by creating a scenario in which backward-looking responsibility (blame) is placed on ‘bad users’ for whom it would have been almost impossible to achieve the defined standards of health in the first place. To this effect, we suggest that services should aim to support and promote empowerment. Lettieri, E., Fumagalli, L. P., Radaelli, G., Bertele’, P., Vogt, J., Hammerschmidt, R., et al. Journal of Medical Ethics,40(5), 291–292. 4 3. Chiapperino, L., & Tengland, P.-A. Garcia et al. How Patient Empowerment, Tech, Will Drive the Future of Healthcare Combining patient empowerment and functional technology will lead to a future of holistic healthcare. 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Helping patients to achieve improved health states reduces the impact on services and engenders continued participation and motivation from healthcare professionals (HCPs) and patients.10,11 Consequently, patient empowerment has gained the attention of policy makers on a global scale, with mandates for, and investment into, initiatives and service structures to empower patients now commonplace.12–15. Google Scholar. International Journal of Health Services,21(2), 329–343. Patient empowerment, what does it mean for adults in the advanced stages of a life-limiting illness: A systematic review using critical interpretive synthesis. We are data: Algorithms and the making of our digital selves. before deciding on inclusion or exclusion. Faultless responsibility: On the nature and allocation of moral responsibility for distributed moral actions. Nursing Philosophy,17(1), 59–70. Background: Patient empowerment, defined as ‘a process through which people gain greater control over decisions and actions affecting their health’ (World Health Organization) is a key theme within global health and social care strategies. Little is known about the application or impact of empowerment strategies for patients with advanced, life-limiting illness(s). Furthermore, mHealth tools can be designed better, and in ways that can avoid or minimize some of the issues analysed above, for example by providing more flexible ways to tailor recommendations to users’ specific needs. For the purposes of the interpretative review, we retained and kept separately papers, identified during screening, that were clearly concerned with aspects of patient empowerment but included participants with a mixture of both advanced life-limiting disease and a range of other disease states/stages. 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