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Table 2 Journey map assessment: consensus by statement

From: Journey mapping as a novel approach to healthcare: a qualitative mixed methods study in palliative care

Statement Round Consensus Percentage (%)
The journey maps were clear and easy to understand 1 Agree 100
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The journey maps were user-friendly 1 Agree 100
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There is a benefit to conveying patient information in journey maps 1 Agree 100
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Presenting information in the form of journey maps synthesises a greater holistic understanding in comparison to conventional methods 1 Agree 100
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The journey maps assisted in gauging the benefits and outcomes of palliative care interventiona 1 No consensus  
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It is possible to identify potential pivot-points of care using journey maps and the information given 1 Agree 100
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Patterns in the disease trajectories could be identified 1 Agree 100
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Journey maps would be useful in clinical practice 1 Agree 100
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Journey maps would be a useful way to communicate patient information with other healthcare professionals 1 Agree 100
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  1. aStatement not considered for round 2 as feedback from first round clearly suggestive of insufficient information to determine outcomes and benefits