Paul Crits-Christoph, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Center for Psychotherapy Research ... Read Bio
The goal of this project is to generate new, generalizable knowledge about the need to track and address problems with trust/respect in the clinical encounter and to provide a clinical tool for doing so. Specifically, the project will develop and validate a feedback system for providers that measures trust/respect in an economically disadvantaged behavioral health population. Deliverables will include a project work plan, annual and final narrative reports, and financial reports. The grantees will also produce oral presentations, as well as scientific papers for peer-reviewed publications.
Grant Period: 08/01/18 – 07/31/21
Trust and Respect in the Patient-Clinician Relationship: Preliminary Development of a New Scale
BMC Psychology | December 2019