With new issues published quarterly, 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 10, Issue 2 (2023)
Chewed Versus Swallowed Ticagrelor in P2Y12 Inhibitor-Naïve Patients Undergoing Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
Thomas F. Wilson, Muddasir Ashraf, M. Fuad Jan, Tonga Nfor, Louie Kostopoulos, Joaquin Solis, Jayant Khitha, Ahmad Khraisat, Anthony C. DeFranco, Tanvir Bajwa, and Suhail Q. Allaqaband
Perspectives of People With Cancer or Hereditary Cancer Risk on the Use and Value of Online Peer Support
Jill Holdren, Karl Surkan, and Andrea Downing
Attitudes Toward Personal Health Data Sharing Among People Living With Sickle Cell Disorder, Exemplar for Study of Rare Disease Populations
Rebecca Baines, Sebastian Stevens, Zainab Garba-Sani, Arunangsu Chatterjee, Daniela Austin, and Simon Leigh
“Healing Can Be a Very Jagged Line”: Reflections on Life as a COVID-19 Long Hauler
Leah M. Hecht, Rhonda Adams, Danielle Dutkiewicz, Debbie Radloff, Mallory N. Wales, Jeffory Whitmer, Dana Murphy, and Sara Santarossa
Patients and Families as Partners in Patient-Oriented Research: How Should They Be Compensated?
Monika Novak-Pavlic, Jan Willem Gorter, Michelle P. Phoenix, Samantha K. Micsinszki, Kinga Pozniak, Lin Li, Linda Nguyen, Alice K. Soper, Elaine Yuen Ling Kwok, Jael N. Bootsma, Francine Buchanan, Hanae Davis, Sandra Abdel Malek, Karen M. van Meeteren, and Peter L. Rosenbaum
Exploring the Possible Phenomenon of Viral Interference Between the Novel Coronavirus and Common Respiratory Viruses
Spencer Deleveaux, Alexandria Clarke-Kregor, Xavier Fonseca-Fuentes, and Essam Mekhaiel