This essay aims to describe briefly what is meant by patient-centred care. It will also focus and expand on two key aspects of patient dignity - making choices and confidentiality. Patient-centred care (PCC) is an extensively used model in the current healthcare system (Pelzang 2010:12).
Patient-centred care is a fundamental issue which was discussed at great length during one of the forums (Appendix 2A). It seemed most students had their own opinion already formed about patient-centred care and in turn their own experiences.
This reflective account is based on an experience from my 3rd year management placement. Using Gibbs’s Reflective Model (1988) I aim to outline what occurred throughout the incident which involved providing clear communication and patient centered care and how this can be linked to the Quality Strategy in relation to the people’s priorities.
Briefly describe the key principles of person centred care and demonstrate how you implemented person centred care in practice, Illustrate with examples. Use academic literature and the insight that it provides to inform your understanding of the key principles of person centred care. Person centred care can be viewed in many different aspects.
Person-centred care and, in particular, approaches such as collaborative care and support planning and self-management support (see Section 5) can also help services respond to the needs of the growing number of people living with long-term conditions. 12 Person-centred care made simple Introduction 13.
PATIENT-CENTERED CARE METHODS AND PRACTICES LEADING TO HEALTH OUTCOMES AND FINANCIAL BENEFITS IN HOSPITAL CARE. by. Jermaine Ossie Lowery. BA, Sociology, University of Pittsburgh, 2012. Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the. Department of Health Policy and Management. Graduate School of Public Health in partial fulfillment.
This essay has expressed a clear understanding of the importance of the person centred care approach when caring for an older patient as a result of in depth research of nursing literature and from this student’s own personal experience from clinical placement.
Person-centred care aims to place the individual at the centre of all care decisions, taking into account patient preferences, expectations and needs during the care planning process (Kupeli et al., 2016).