Researchers from NORDeHEALTH have been part of the first systematic scoping review study collating existing evidence about sharing EHRs or clinical notes with people treated for mental health conditions. The study aimed to map available evidence on patient accessible electronic health records in mental healthcare. Thirty-one scientific articles from the USA, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, Canada,Continue reading “Sharing Clinical Notes and Electronic Health Records with People Affected by Mental Health Conditions: Scoping Review”
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NORDeHEALTH on EHiN!
EHiN – E-health in Norway – the largest e-health conference in Norway is held on November 9th and 10th this year. It brings together the health sector, business and decision-makers to promote tomorrow’s e-health development. About 1000 participants will attend physically along with another 1000 digitally. On the second day there will be a one-hourContinue reading “NORDeHEALTH on EHiN!”
Patients’ Access to Their Psychiatric Notes
Swedish partners recently published an article on the subject of patient’s access to their psychiatric notes. Here is a brief summary. The phenomenon of sharing clinical notes or narrative visit reports with patients is often referred to as ‘open notes.’ Open notes in psychiatric care are considered particularly controversial. The few studies that have investigatedContinue reading “Patients’ Access to Their Psychiatric Notes”