Research on Patient Perspectives of Care Experience

This page will host a collection of outside research on patients’ perspectives of  care experience.  We will make note of whether the full text is available for free, or if payment is required for people without academic access or journal membership.

This page is under construction.



  • Quality of interactions influences everyday life in psychiatric inpatient care—patients’ perspectives by Jenny Molin (PhD student) , Ulla H. Graneheim (Associate Professor) & Britt-Marie Lindgren (Senior Lecturer) at International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, Volume 11, 2016 – Issue 1
    • (Full text available online, as well as PDF for download) 
    • “Quality interactions, that is, closeness to staff in ordinary relationships and spending quality time through simple activities would improve patients’ experiences of everyday life in psychiatric inpatient care and thereby contribute to their recovery…  It is also crucial for staff to have ongoing discussions about their interactions with patients.”