Published articles related to CRPTransparency and the “end result idea”
Published articles related to CRP
This article discusses the “end result idea,” a concept that describes that physicians should follow up with their patients after treatment to evaluate their results as well as to make these assessments public. The “end result idea” promotes the fact that physicians should be transparent with their patients as well as the public in addressing health outcomes. By being transparent, physicians and healthcare institutions can promote patient safety, healthcare professional learning, and overall healthcare quality.
Swensen, S. J., & Cortese, D. A. (2008). Transparency and the “End Result Idea.” CHEST, 133(1), 233–235. https://doi.org/10.1378/chest.07-2101