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Development of the Verona coding definitions of emotional sequences to code health providers’ responses (VR-CoDES-P) to patient cues and concerns.

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Development of the Verona coding definitions of emotional sequences to code health providers’ responses (VR-CoDES-P) to patient cues and concerns. / Del Piccolo, L; de Haes, H; Heaven, C; Jansen, J; Verheul, W; Bensing, J; Bergvik, S; Deveugele, M; Eide, H; Fletcher, Ian; Goss, C; Humpheris, G; Kim, YM; Langewitz, W; Mazzi, M; Mjaaland, T; Moretti, F; Nuebling, M; Rimondini, M; Salmon, P; Sibbern, T; Skre, I; van Dulmen, S; Wissow, L; Young, B; Zandbelt, L.

In: Patient Education and Counseling, Vol. 82, No. 2, 02.2011, p. 149-155.

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Del Piccolo, L, de Haes, H, Heaven, C, Jansen, J, Verheul, W, Bensing, J, Bergvik, S, Deveugele, M, Eide, H, Fletcher, I, Goss, C, Humpheris, G, Kim, YM, Langewitz, W, Mazzi, M, Mjaaland, T, Moretti, F, Nuebling, M, Rimondini, M, Salmon, P, Sibbern, T, Skre, I, van Dulmen, S, Wissow, L, Young, B & Zandbelt, L 2011, 'Development of the Verona coding definitions of emotional sequences to code health providers’ responses (VR-CoDES-P) to patient cues and concerns.', Patient Education and Counseling, vol. 82, no. 2, pp. 149-155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2010.02.024

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Del Piccolo, L., de Haes, H., Heaven, C., Jansen, J., Verheul, W., Bensing, J., Bergvik, S., Deveugele, M., Eide, H., Fletcher, I., Goss, C., Humpheris, G., Kim, YM., Langewitz, W., Mazzi, M., Mjaaland, T., Moretti, F., Nuebling, M., Rimondini, M., ... Zandbelt, L. (2011). Development of the Verona coding definitions of emotional sequences to code health providers’ responses (VR-CoDES-P) to patient cues and concerns. Patient Education and Counseling, 82(2), 149-155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2010.02.024

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Del Piccolo L, de Haes H, Heaven C, Jansen J, Verheul W, Bensing J et al. Development of the Verona coding definitions of emotional sequences to code health providers’ responses (VR-CoDES-P) to patient cues and concerns. Patient Education and Counseling. 2011 Feb;82(2):149-155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2010.02.024

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Del Piccolo, L ; de Haes, H ; Heaven, C ; Jansen, J ; Verheul, W ; Bensing, J ; Bergvik, S ; Deveugele, M ; Eide, H ; Fletcher, Ian ; Goss, C ; Humpheris, G ; Kim, YM ; Langewitz, W ; Mazzi, M ; Mjaaland, T ; Moretti, F ; Nuebling, M ; Rimondini, M ; Salmon, P ; Sibbern, T ; Skre, I ; van Dulmen, S ; Wissow, L ; Young, B ; Zandbelt, L. / Development of the Verona coding definitions of emotional sequences to code health providers’ responses (VR-CoDES-P) to patient cues and concerns. In: Patient Education and Counseling. 2011 ; Vol. 82, No. 2. pp. 149-155.

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title = "Development of the Verona coding definitions of emotional sequences to code health providers{\textquoteright} responses (VR-CoDES-P) to patient cues and concerns.",
abstract = "ObjectiveTo present a method to classify health provider responses to patient cues and concerns according to the VR-CoDES-CC (Del Piccolo et al. (2009) [2] and Zimmermann et al. (submitted for publication) [3]). The system permits sequence analysis and a detailed description of how providers handle patient's expressions of emotion.MethodsThe Verona-CoDES-P system has been developed based on consensus views within the “Verona Network of Sequence Analysis”. The different phases of the creation process are described in detail. A reliability study has been conducted on 20 interviews from a convenience sample of 104 psychiatric consultations.ResultsThe VR-CoDES-P has two main classes of provider responses, corresponding to the degree of explicitness (yes/no) and space (yes/no) that is given by the health provider to each cue/concern expressed by the patient. The system can be further subdivided into 17 individual categories. Statistical analyses showed that the VR-CoDES-P is reliable (agreement 92.86%, Cohen's kappa 0.90 (±0.04) p < 0.0001).ConclusionOnce validity and reliability are tested in different settings, the system should be applied to investigate the relationship between provider responses to patients{\textquoteright} expression of emotions and outcome variables.Practice implicationsResearch employing the VR-CoDES-P should be applied to develop research-based approaches to maximize appropriate responses to patients{\textquoteright} indirect and overt expressions of emotional needs.",
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T1 - Development of the Verona coding definitions of emotional sequences to code health providers’ responses (VR-CoDES-P) to patient cues and concerns.

AU - Del Piccolo, L

AU - de Haes, H

AU - Heaven, C

AU - Jansen, J

AU - Verheul, W

AU - Bensing, J

AU - Bergvik, S

AU - Deveugele, M

AU - Eide, H

AU - Fletcher, Ian

AU - Goss, C

AU - Humpheris, G

AU - Kim, YM

AU - Langewitz, W

AU - Mazzi, M

AU - Mjaaland, T

AU - Moretti, F

AU - Nuebling, M

AU - Rimondini, M

AU - Salmon, P

AU - Sibbern, T

AU - Skre, I

AU - van Dulmen, S

AU - Wissow, L

AU - Young, B

AU - Zandbelt, L

PY - 2011/2

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N2 - ObjectiveTo present a method to classify health provider responses to patient cues and concerns according to the VR-CoDES-CC (Del Piccolo et al. (2009) [2] and Zimmermann et al. (submitted for publication) [3]). The system permits sequence analysis and a detailed description of how providers handle patient's expressions of emotion.MethodsThe Verona-CoDES-P system has been developed based on consensus views within the “Verona Network of Sequence Analysis”. The different phases of the creation process are described in detail. A reliability study has been conducted on 20 interviews from a convenience sample of 104 psychiatric consultations.ResultsThe VR-CoDES-P has two main classes of provider responses, corresponding to the degree of explicitness (yes/no) and space (yes/no) that is given by the health provider to each cue/concern expressed by the patient. The system can be further subdivided into 17 individual categories. Statistical analyses showed that the VR-CoDES-P is reliable (agreement 92.86%, Cohen's kappa 0.90 (±0.04) p < 0.0001).ConclusionOnce validity and reliability are tested in different settings, the system should be applied to investigate the relationship between provider responses to patients’ expression of emotions and outcome variables.Practice implicationsResearch employing the VR-CoDES-P should be applied to develop research-based approaches to maximize appropriate responses to patients’ indirect and overt expressions of emotional needs.

AB - ObjectiveTo present a method to classify health provider responses to patient cues and concerns according to the VR-CoDES-CC (Del Piccolo et al. (2009) [2] and Zimmermann et al. (submitted for publication) [3]). The system permits sequence analysis and a detailed description of how providers handle patient's expressions of emotion.MethodsThe Verona-CoDES-P system has been developed based on consensus views within the “Verona Network of Sequence Analysis”. The different phases of the creation process are described in detail. A reliability study has been conducted on 20 interviews from a convenience sample of 104 psychiatric consultations.ResultsThe VR-CoDES-P has two main classes of provider responses, corresponding to the degree of explicitness (yes/no) and space (yes/no) that is given by the health provider to each cue/concern expressed by the patient. The system can be further subdivided into 17 individual categories. Statistical analyses showed that the VR-CoDES-P is reliable (agreement 92.86%, Cohen's kappa 0.90 (±0.04) p < 0.0001).ConclusionOnce validity and reliability are tested in different settings, the system should be applied to investigate the relationship between provider responses to patients’ expression of emotions and outcome variables.Practice implicationsResearch employing the VR-CoDES-P should be applied to develop research-based approaches to maximize appropriate responses to patients’ indirect and overt expressions of emotional needs.

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DO - 10.1016/j.pec.2010.02.024

M3 - Journal article

VL - 82

SP - 149

EP - 155

JO - Patient Education and Counseling

JF - Patient Education and Counseling

SN - 0738-3991

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