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The Johns Hopkins Patient Engagement Training (JHPET) Research Program

Schechter (middle) at a patient engagement training.

Schechter (middle) at a patient engagement training.

The Johns Hopkins Patient Engagement Training research program is focused on discovering and evaluating training approaches for health care providers that improve the patient-provider relationship and increase patient engagement and behavior change.

To learn more about the training program, visit Johns Hopkins Healthcare Solutions or contact Nicole Schechter, Psy.D.

 

Our Team

Photo of Dr. Nicole E. Schechter, Psy.D.

Schechter, Nicole E., Psy.D.

Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
 
Photo of Dr. Stephen T Wegener, M.A., Ph.D.

Wegener, Stephen T, M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Director, Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Research Interests: Prevention of disability, Improving outcomes following injury, Pain, Psychology, Self-management, Rehabilitation
 
Evan Smith, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow

Evan Smith, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral fellow in the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Smith is responsible for developing maintenance program materials, data collection and data analysis.

Our Current Projects

  • A pilot study on the effectiveness of JHPET for physician and  nonphysician learners
  • Evaluation of associations between learner demographics and post-training learner outcomes

The next phase of this research will be to evaluate the impact of the trainee’s improvements in self-efficacy, knowledge and communication skills on patient health outcomes. 

Dr. Wegener at the Second Annual Patient-Provider Collaboration Conference.

Wegener at the Second Annual Patient-Provider Collaboration Conference.

Patient-Provide Collaboration Conference

Patient-Provider Collaboration Conference is an annual full-day conference addressing a variety of established programs and approaches focused on enhancing patient-provider collaboration. Johns Hopkins providers, administrators, and patients, as well as non-Johns Hopkins experts speak about specific models for provider communication training, approaches for measuring quality of patient-provider collaboration, and diversity factors (i.e; culture, race, literacy, socio-economic status) that influence the patient-provider relationship.

The Fourth Annual Patient-Provider Collaboration Conference will take place in May/June 2019.

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