Patient activation intervention to facilitate participation in recovery after total knee replacement (MIME): a cluster randomised cross-over trial
Jo McDonall, Richard de Steiger, John Reynolds, Bernice Redley, Patricia M Livingston, Anastasia F Hutchinson, Mari Botti
BMJ Quality and Safety | BMJ PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2019
BACKGROUND: Patient participation in care is a fundamental element of safe and high-quality healthcare with the potential to enhance health outcomes and improve patient satisfaction. OBJECTIVES: To test the efficacy of a clinician-facilitated, bedside multimedia (MyStay) intervention designed to support patient participation in their recovery after total knee replacement surgery. The primary outcome was patients' reported worst pain intensity on postoperative day 3. Secondary outcomes were patient activation, length of hospital stay, knee function and satisfaction with care. METHODS: Unmasked, cluster randomised, four-period cross-over trial with a simultaneous process evaluation within in a..View full abstract
The Norman Beischer Medical Research Foundation provided funding for the MyStay development.