Embracing the biopsychosocial and psychosocial characteristics of our patients

I write extensively about shared-decision making and patient´preferences as part of our decision making orthopaedics. Hence I considered this Invited Paper by Quaile, Mavrogenis and Scarlat in the International Orthopaedics as truly excellent piece: Managing patients’ expectations in orthopaedics. Authors write among other things: There is a problem with patient-reported outcome measurements, PROMs, as depressive symptoms and […]