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Couper, M.P., Alexander, G.L., Zhang, N., Little, R.J.A., Maddy, N., Nowak, M.A., et al. (2010) Engagement and Retention: Measuring Breadth and Depth of Participant Use of an Online Intervention. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 12, e52.
https://doi.org/10.2196/jmir.1430

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  • TITLE: Citation Classics in Patient Engagement Research: An Analysis of the 50 Most Cited Articles

    AUTHORS: Richard Huan Xu, Eliza Lai-Yi Wong

    KEYWORDS: Citation Analysis, Patient Engagement, Publication, Systematic Evaluation

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Nursing, Vol.7 No.6, June 14, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Background: Patient engagement offers a promising pathway toward improved population health, better-quality care, and greater cost efficiency. The objective of the current study is to identify and analyze the characteristics of the 50 most frequently cited articles in patient engagement journals. Methods: The ISI Journal Citation Reports: Science Edition 2014 database was used to determine the most frequently cited published articles in Dec 2016. The most cited 50 articles were selected and assessed according to the published journal, origin of institutions, publication year, impact factor, topic, and type of study. Results: The 50 selected articles were published in 19 journals, the majority of which originated from the UK. The most common study design was quantitative study and reviews. The improvement of health care services quality and the construction of engagement model were the top two topics. And 2013 is the most published year receiving the most citations. Conclusions: Our findings provide a historical perspective on the scientific progress of patient engagement and allow for recognition of important developments and limitations in this field.