Published quarterly by Advocate Aurora Health, the Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews (JPCRR) is a diamond open access, peer-reviewed medical journal devoted to advancing patient-centered care practices, health outcomes, and patient experiences.
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Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1 (2021)
From the Editor
A Watched Pot Never Boils: Attentive Care Needs No Timer
Dennis J. Baumgardner
Facilitators and Barriers to Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Partnership Sustainability in the United States
Tristen L. Hall, Charlene Barrientos-Ortiz, Griselda Peña-Jackson, Courtney Fultineer, Kevin Werner, and Justine Sunshine
Patient Recommendations for Providers to Avoid Stigmatizing Weight in Rural-Based Women With Low Income
Declan Watson, Katherine Hughes, Emma Robinson, Jacqueline Billette, and Andrea E. Bombak
The Silence of Food Insecurity: Disconnections Between Primary Care and Community Organizations
Nicole K. Runkle and David A. Nelson
Association of Presenting Symptoms With Abnormal Laboratory Values for Vector-Borne Illness — Experience in an Urban Gastroenterology Practice
Michael D. Erdman, Niloofar Kossari, Jessica Ye, Kristen H. Reynolds, Emily Blodget, B. Robert Mozayeni, and Farshid Sam Rahbar
Influence of a One-Time Web-Based Provider Intervention on Patient-Reported Outcomes After the Well-Child Visit: A Feasibility Study
Chad M. Coleman, Gwen L. Alexander, Charles Barone, Andrew S. Bossick, Zeinab Kassem, Mei Lu, Yueren Zhou, and Andrea E. Cassidy-Bushrow
Relationship Between Physician Burnout and Patient’s Perception of Bedside Time Spent by Physicians
Shannon Leung, Mukta Panda, Georgia McIntosh, Nargiza Kurbanova, Anna-Carson Rimer Uhelski, Muhammad Mubbashir Sheikh, and Rehan Qayyum
Assessment of Stakeholder Engagement in a Down Syndrome Research Study
Jeanhee Chung, Ashwini Sarathy, Yichuan Grace Hsieh, Greg Estey, Amy Torres, Vasiliki Patsiogiannis, Karen Donelan, and Brian G. Skotko
Comprehensive Echocardiographic Findings in Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients With or Without Prior Cardiac Disease
Renuka Jain, Pedro D. Salinas, Stacie Kroboth, Abigail Kaminski, Sarah Roemer, Ana Cristina Perez Moreno, and Bijoy K Khandheria