Work in a Person Centred Way – for Health and Social Care
Working in a person centred way means, at its heart, thinking about the patient as more than a bundle of needs. A patient has values and principles.
They will also have intensely personal approaches – things which they love and things which annoy them. And they will have immediate needs for comfort which may go beyond the medical care pathway.
Thinking about those personal aspects is a tried-and-tested way to minimise pain and discomfort of the people in your care.
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4 reviews for Work in a Person Centred Way – for Health and Social Care
This course is very informative and well detailed, yet simple to follow and understand.
Thoughtful, engaging, instructive.
Really useful to have case studies and scenarios to relate learned knowledge to.
Course was insightful and interactive.
Good course and learned a lot from this.
Very informative. Interactive sections were good, worthwhile taking the course.
I thought the course was informative. Having questions amongst the information was a good was of keeping the brain engaged
It was very interactive and interesting. It was made simple and easy to use which I liked.
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