), Machine ethics (pp. Beyond shared decision making: An expanded typology of medical decisions. (2016). Swan, M. (2012). A defence of medical paternalism: Maximising patients’ autonomy. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecaf.12270. Key differences relate to the continued physical and psychosocial challenges this group encounter, producing contrasting patient empowerment foci and outcomes. The Journey to Patient Empowerment When we talk about becoming empowered, first of all empowerment is a process; it doesn't just happen overnight. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10676-017-9430-8. “In the first weeks of my wife’s last illness her pain was uncontrollable. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this box. Cohen, S. (2013). This is because as our health care system becomes increasingly dependent on these complex interacting multi-agent systems, the tools available to us to shape the available options and courses of actions for entire segments of the population increases, and thus the temptation to do so must be resisted even more forcefully (Floridi 2016b). Henwood, F., Wyatt, S., Hart, A., & Smith, J. DESIGN: A longitudinal, multisite mixed-method evaluation of MyQuality. FundingThis paper presents independent research part-funded through a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Integrated Academic Training Fellowship (DW is an NIHR-funded Academic Clincial Fellow). The proposed conceptual model (Figure 2.) Rahwan, I. Patient empowerment is viewed by policy makers and health care practitioners as a mechanism to help patients with long-term conditions better manage their health and achieve better outcomes. individuals read GP records and gain knowledge of their current state of health]; gaining awareness [e.g. Patient empowerment, what does it mean for adults in the advanced stages of a life-limiting illness: A systematic review using critical interpretive synthesis Dominique Wakefield * , J Bayly, Lucy Selman , A.M. Firth, Irene Higginson, Fliss Murtagh 2015). Michel Foucault notes that this process of surveying faults is one that is inherently linked to power. This review intends to appraise the international evidence surrounding definitions and/or concepts pertaining to patient empowerment for persons living with advanced, life-limiting disease, with the aim of understanding whether patients can still be ‘empowered’ in the context of advanced, terminal illness and/or whether these patients fall outside of the measures, models and services designed around the current understanding and constructs of ‘patient empowerment’. Murray, S. J. Data were of three types: patient quotes,27–29 the author’s words when discussing the study results25, 26, 29–33, 35–37 and the reported outcome/s of interventions. We utilised the master search strategy developed by Sladek et al.20 to support the capture of literature relevant to palliative care in general medical journals. Study findings related to empowerment mapped to themes. https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2013.781704. Google Scholar. Health Communication,31(11), 1327–1333. https://doi.org/10.1071/HE15035. The digital phenotype: A philosophical and ethical exploration. Of the included studies, 25% were randomly selected and dual coded (J.B. and D.W.) to enhance reliability alongside regular meetings to discuss all aspects of the design and conduct of this review (D.W. and F.E.M.M.). Social Media + Society,1(2), 205630511560338. https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305115603385. Sci Eng Ethics 26, 1159–1183 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psi.2014.07.003. The ability to give informed consent may be impaired by illness, denial and multiple factors. This does not mean, however, that policymakers who believe in the benefits of mHealth tools are insincere. Principally, we have identified that while there is a paucity of research in this area, the evidence available demonstrates the differences in the factors/themes associated with patient empowerment for adults in the advanced stages of a life-limiting illness in comparison to other patient groups. The ‘expert patient’: Empowerment or medical dominance? Barr et al.5 identified 30 studies on 19 measures of empowerment for a range of patient groups, although none designed specifically for patients with advanced, life-limiting conditions. Science and Engineering Ethics,22(6), 1669–1688. 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. https://doi.org/10.1159/000489994. How Patient Empowerment, Tech, Will Drive the Future of Healthcare Combining patient empowerment and functional technology will lead to a future of holistic healthcare. The Right to Give up Rights. «Empowerment»: généalogie d’un concept clé du discours contemporain sur le développement. More specifically, the next section outlines the roots of the word ‘empowerment’ and its political history as a concept in healthcare, in order to ground the analysis of some ethical and methodological issues. The marketing of empowerment and the construction of the health consumer: A critique of health promotion. Implications for practice, theory or policy. First, many of these existing approaches assume a role for prevention of negative health states or promotion of lifestyle measures to benefit health states.15 Second, there is little research addressing and/or managing the irreversible aspects of health states.40 Third, there may be additional dimensions and aspects of empowerment in advanced illness, as described in the opening of our discussion. Nudge: Improving decisions about health, wealth, and happiness. J.B. contributed to analysis and interpretation of data and critical revision of the article and approved the version to be published. Rise, M. B., Solbjør, M., Lara, M. C., Westerlund, H., Grimstad, H., & Steinsbekk, A. Watson, I. D. (2018). Oxford: Oxford Univ. INTRODUCTION “Empowerment” is a term that has become very popular in mental health services (at least in the United States). A study is underway to operationalise Empowerment by developing a new genetics-specific PROM of Empowerment, using the PPC measure and the qualitative data collected in this and previous studies. Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy, 16(3), 266–276. From “personalized” to “precision” medicine: The ethical and social implications of rhetorical reform in genomic medicine. 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. Indeed, taking a meta-rights approach, if we give individuals the right to take a leading role in deciding how they want to be treated, it makes sense that we should also give them the right not to exercise this right (Basu 1984). 2014). Healthcare systems globally are faced with the challenge of how best to support growing older populations with complex medical and social needs. Proposed conceptual model of patient empowerment for adults with advanced life-limiting illness. (2005). Palliative Medicine,32(8), 1288–1304. Agency and patiency, in doctor-patient relationships, will always be dependent on the specific nature of the decision and the current circumstances of the individual in question (Whitney et al. Schattner, A., Bronstein, A., & Jellin, N. (2006). Part of Springer Nature. To this effect, we suggest that services should aim to support and promote empowerment. It argues that mHealth technologies should instead be framed as digital companions. Nudging when people are living ‘onlife’ (Floridi 2014) can represent a dangerous form of illiberal manipulation (Floridi 2016b) whereby the digital self, the source of self-reflection in the digital medical gaze, is constantly being algorithmically reformulatedFootnote 15 to enable different nudges, promoting obedience (Spiekermann and Pallas 2006) and undermining the integrity of self (Cheney-Lippold 2017), in ways that are even less perceivable than in the analog world. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40271-016-0171-2. See more; Palliative Medicine. The key to empowerment is the removal of formal or informal barriers and the transformation of power relations between individuals, communities, services and governments. (2017). ), Genomics and society (pp. Patients being involved in their care has also shown positive patient outcomes (Vahdat, Hamzehgardeshi, Hessam, and Hamzehgardeshi, 2014). We excluded fatally flawed papers identified using the quality appraisal criteria (as cited by Dixon-Woods et al.18): Are the aims and objectives of the research clearly stated? https://doi.org/10.1080/10253866.2018.1519489. This is an argument that has been validated numerous times. The framework’s primary aim is that of patient empowerment and the central location of the patient in the development of practice. Being an ‘empowered patient’, when living with advanced life-limiting illness is different to the experience and meaning of empowerment for other patient groups. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine,2(1), 6. https://doi.org/10.1186/1747-5341-2-6. In contrast, Bravo et al.4 identified 67 studies with published definitions of patient empowerment for patients with long-term conditions. From this perspective, even subtle changes to the way in which patient education information is presented can be seen as being unduly persuasive (Reach 2016). 1999), which centred on the transfer of information between the two parties (McLaughlin 2016). (Owens and Cribb 2017). Clinicians over-emphasising patient choice/autonomy in efforts to empower patients (e.g. Policies across US and other European countries also focus on incentivising digitally-enabled ‘patient-centred’ solutions (Lucivero 2017), however, the focus of this article is on the strategy employed by NHS England as its centrality and national scale is unique and by calling the programme ‘Empower the Person’ NHS England is clearly signalling the significant reliance it has on ‘empowerment’ as a guiding narrative. (2006), Kraetschmer et al. Empowered and disempowered voices of low-income people with disabilities on the initiation of government-funded, managed health care. Johnsson, L., & Eriksson, S. (2016). Beyond “one size fits all”: Physician nonverbal adaptability to patients’ need for paternalism and its positive consultation outcomes. 2018). Kraetschmer, N., Sharpe, N., Urowitz, S., & Deber, R. B. Not all papers report the phase/stage of illness of participants, so we might have missed papers that might have contributed to the aims of this study. https://doi.org/10.1001/archinte.1982.00340230145024. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11019-006-9027-1. Searching the social sciences citation index of the web of science for ‘empower’ AND ‘health’ returned 6651 articles in December 2018. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2016.1186713. This remains the model on which ‘Empower the Person’ is built, which potentially leaves critiques of the narrative, such as the one presented in this article, open to accusations of advocating for a return to paternalism. The findings of this review highlight the desire of many patients to remain actively involved in decisions about, and in the practice of, their care. https://doi.org/10.1093/phe/phu025. This diminishing of autonomy renders the ill person dependent on their doctor, who acts paternalistically to return them to their previous autonomous state (Komrad 1983). An example is provided by Olsman et al.35 when a patient, not wishing to acknowledge her terminal diagnosis with HCPs, communicated this preference to help negotiate these relationships and felt empowered as a result. (2015) found that even the most commonly used definition was still only used in 11% of the literature they reviewed. You can be signed in via any or all of the methods shown below at the same time. Patient empowerment and self-care heart failure guidelines. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13347-017-0266-2. Decision-making in the physician-patient encounter: Revisting the shared treatment decison-making model. The right not to know: An autonomy based approach. A board member of the Patient Empowerment Foundation, a network of people, foundations, organizations and medical institutions dedicated to empowering patients worldwide, Marie’s work is informed by her passion for embedding the patient voice at the heart of healthcare values. Palliative Medicine. 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. Press. mHealth tools can be used to provide significant efficiency gains to the NHS (Rich and Miah 2014) which, in turn, can release resource for those who are less technologically-enabled or who require more significant medical intervention (Watson 2018). Wardrope, A. However, as McLaughlin (2016) states, different labels conjure up different identities, and whilst a patient identifies with Parson’s sick role, i.e. Paternalism, nudging and liberty: Paternalism nudging and liberty. https://doi.org/10.1111/nup.12099. https://doi.org/10.1136/medethics-2017-104741. There is, therefore, a need to start with understanding what empowerment actually means and build from there to a more complex critical analysis of the way in which it is operationalised in digital health strategy. The survey evaluated the domains of caregiver workload, patient confusion and worry, patient empowerment, errors detected, and discharge planning. International Journal of Technoethics,5(2), 37–60. Genetics in Medicine,15(10), 810–816. 59 Readers. Goetz, T. (2010). However, in the UK, it significantly increased in popularity during the 1990s and early 2000s. The email address and/or password entered does not match our records, please check and try again. The effectiveness of self-management interventions for individuals with low health literacy and/or low income: A descriptive systematic review. https://doi.org/10.1002/hast.65. However, the way that they are actually used by the individual, depending on the factors discussed, may mean that, occasionally, for example, an mHealth tool designed to meet the criteria of the bottom-right corner may be used in a way that meets the criteria of the top right-hand corner. E-health beyond technology: Analyzing the paradigm shift that lies beneath. ),318(7200), 1756–1757. It is, therefore, reasonable to question whether an individual is genuinely able to exert agency in this context, especially as within the NHS they are not able to choose to ‘take their business elsewhere’ (Snowdon 2018), challenging the notion of an autonomous and free subject (Murray 2007). Apps as artefacts: Towards a critical perspective on mobile health and medical apps. Résumé: La participation du patient à ses soins et surtout son implication dans son projet de vie, depuis la loi des droits du patient, ont accéléré la réflexion sur son … https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-0270.00319. Now, there may be good reasons to be paternalistic: if someone wants to jump in front of a train, respect for their choice would seem odd. Pathology and technology: Killer apps and sick users. 2014) are all constrained by a variety of socio-economic factors that affect some groups more than others (de Freitas and Martin 2015). (2004). European Journal of Epidemiology,29(6), 383–390. ‘My Fitbit Thinks I Can Do Better!’ do health promoting wearable technologies support personal autonomy? Tudor-Locke, C., Craig, C. L., Brown, W. J., Clemes, S. A., De Cocker, K., Giles-Corti, B., et al. The risk of embedding such ‘healthist’ values in supposedly empowering mHealth tools lies in disciplining (or, alternatively, frustrating and marginalising) those with perceivably inferior moral beliefs about health (Lupton 2013) until they meet the standards of the effectively-marketed healthy ideal type (McLaughlin 2016; Grace 1991; Williams 1984). Fox, N. J., Ward, K. J., & O’Rourke, A. J. For example, this review found that patients placed stronger emphasis on the benefits of equitable therapeutic relationships with HCP with respect to self-identity (feeling respected and valued),27,33,35 rather than focusing on the product of that relationship being to enhance their ‘feelings of control over their illness’. Patients and agents—or why we need a different narrative: A philosophical analysis. 2018), or, most likely, a combination of all of these factors.Footnote 14 This is because mHealth tools do not operate in a vacuum. To be more formal, the person, group or artificial agent using the mHealth tool is variable (A) and the person, group or artificial agent providing the advice is variable (B) and their interaction is being mediated by variable (Z) ‘mHealth tool’. Empowerment, when you are dying, includes the capacity to withstand insults and losses which may compromise, in particular, a patient’s self-identity. Proponents argue that—when these data are included in electronic medical records (such as that available through the NHS AppFootnote 12) (Hazin et al. 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. Bioethics,30(7), 471–478. However, before we look at what might be a suitable alternative, it is important to ensure that the lessons from the past are learnt (Giordano 2010). 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). Carrard, V., Schmid Mast, M., & Cousin, G. (2016). Due to these constantly changing needs, presenting mHealth tools targeted at these individuals, such as CFBuzz,Footnote 22 as always-empowering devices is unrealistic and potentially harmful. ‘Hypernudge’: Big Data as a mode of regulation by Design. The HCP will still know more about the theory of the medical intervention being suggested, and the individual will still know more about what it is like to live with their symptoms, creating an equal distribution in this quantitative sense of information is unnecessary in this context. Involving a multidisciplinary team 8 6. BMC Health Services Research,16(1), 447. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-016-1713-y. Empowerment of the Patient and the Carer. (2007), Schattner et al. New Genetics and Society,29(3), 261–290. NHS England. Visualized and interacted life: Personal analytics and engagements with data doubles. Third, we mapped the results to a variety of existing frameworks and models of empowerment originally designed for patients with long-term conditions and/or non-specific patient groups.4,5,16,23,24 This process, which involved repeated evaluation and testing of the data, created opportunities to observe whether interpretations altered when applying a variety of perspectives during the mapping process. Thus, there is never going to be a one-size-fits all model for the relationship between autonomy and paternalism (Carrard et al. However, if the risks are accounted for (Gilmartin et al. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11948-015-9733-2. (2012). It was (also) a reaction to the sustainability crisis faced by the NHS (Anderson and Gillam 2001; Lettieri et al. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy,21(1), 31–41. To understand whether this is a valid criticism, it is necessary to consider whether mHealth tools, in their current framing, have truly moved the healthcare model away from its paternalist origins. Floridi, L. (2016a). DOI: 10.1177/0269216318783919. Empowerment practice with families in distress. Public Health Ethics,5(2), 140–153. Lean Library can solve it. ‘Self-identity’, as a central feature of patient empowerment, includes preserving, enhancing and communicating self-identity. 2018). Patient Empowerment ... encouraging better communication which leads to limiting the chances of misdiagnosis, and reduced number of hospital visits. merckfrosst.ca. Media, Culture and Society,28(4), 521–539. The notorious case of the ‘10,000 steps a day recommendation’ is indicative. Distinct for our population of interest is the experience of continued insults and resultant losses that occur within short periods of time. merckfrosst.ca. 2016) that can considerably hinder or enhance their ability (McAuliff et al. […] All of these inputs together create one primary output that is unique to us alone: our health, for good or for ill. […] The more we’re conscious of these inputs, the more often we take the time to think them through and maybe even write them down, the better are our chances of making the best decisions and having the best lives. Faultless responsibility: On the nature and allocation of moral responsibility for distributed moral actions. Article 2018), focused on delivering ‘P4’ (personalised, preventative, predictive and participatory) medicine (van Roessel et al. All studies found that the answers to these questions are variable and contextually dependent, with multiple factors such as trust in clinician, newness or severity of symptoms, or confidence, all affecting the preferences in real time. Search terms (Appendix 1) were generated from the existing research and theoretical literature surrounding patient empowerment and activation.4,6,16,19,20 We subsequently trialled various combinations of concept headings and search terms before settling on a broad search strategy, accepting that we would obtain a large volume of papers of high specificity and low sensitivity. It has become normative despite the fact that it is based on the very simple logic of ‘some physical activity a day is better than none’, which actually means that the number (and intensity) of steps that need to be taken above and beyond an individual’s standard level of activity to be beneficial is highly variable (Tudor-Locke et al. 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