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Figure 7: Informal researcher-dominated audience poll on the extent confusion in language is a problem

A National Agenda for Research in Collaborative Care

QuestionResponses
To what extent can you relate to the experience of being on phone calls and in meetings that get stuck on language, concepts, and what is essential in a subject matter?28%
This happens all the time
52%
Happens enough to be a problem
20%
Happens enough to be a problem, but quickly resolved
0%
Rarely happens
In what kinds of situations would clarified terms and concepts be most helpful to you?12%
Explaining or providing clinical care
8%
Provider education and training
65%
Forming a program evaluation or research agenda
15%
Committee work on practice development and care model
What feature of this lexicon product strikes you as the most useful to you right now—either in practice development or in asking research questions?13%
The paradigm case description: what collaborative care looks like—theme and variations
42%
The parameters: describing differences between one practice and another
25%
Being the product of a consensual process rather than one person's opinion
21%
Being able to ask evaluation or research questions in terms of the lexicon

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Page last reviewed June 2011
Internet Citation: Figure 7: Informal researcher-dominated audience poll on the extent confusion in language is a problem: A National Agenda for Research in Collaborative Care. June 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/final-reports/collaborativecare/collab3fig7.html