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The real p(atient) value
  1. Sharon Roman
  1. JNNP, BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
  1. Correspondence to Sharon Roman; jnnp{at}bmj.com

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The significance of patient perspectives: empathy and better healthcare

Medical literature abounds with the names of doctors who have made significant contributions in their field of study. Their quest for better healthcare has generated enormous amounts of bar graphs, pie charts and scatter plots made of invisible faces and anonymous lives. Any hint of identity carefully erased. But we, the anonymous, have valuable contributions to make as well, with knowledge of our own—personal experience and a different perspective of healthcare. Knowledge and identities not found in textbooks and, until now, not featured in this journal.

Being a case study, randomised, assigned and reduced to a p value, …

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