7 edition of Patient-centred medicine found in the catalog.
by Regional Doctor Publications Ltd. [for] the Balint Society in London
Written in English
|Statement||editor, Philip Hopkins ; foreword by Lord Rosenheim.|
|Contributions||Hopkins, Philip., Balint Society.|
|LC Classifications||R727.3 .P37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 364 p., plate :|
|Number of Pages||364|
|LC Control Number||75319705|
The purpose of the book is to stimulate thinking about how patient care and safety may be improved through a focus upon the ‘non-technical’ work of doctors – interpersonal communication, teamwork and situation awareness in : Springer International Publishing. The patient-centered clinical method (PCCM) is a conceptual framework for providing patient-centered care. A revision to the PCCM framework led to a corresponding need to enhance the Patient.
Patient-Centred Medicine: Transforming the Clinical Method (2e) By: Moira Stewart, Judith Belle Brown, W. Wayne Weston, Ian R. McWhinney, Carol L. McWilliam, and Thomas, This book fully describes and explains the patient-centered model of medicine, providing the foundation to the Patient-Centered Care series. In the years since the first edition was published, the clinical method has. There are multiple ways of performing patient-centred medicine. Conceptual clarification of the term ‘patient-centredness’ reveals a number of approaches, here represented as a taxonomy. Conceptualizing patient-centredness is important because it helps to address what kind of care may be appropriate for by: 1.
Person-centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care is a comprehensive and practical resource for all nurses and healthcare practitioners who want to develop person-centred ways of working. This second edition which builds on the original text Person Centred Nursing, has been significantly revised and expanded to provide a timely and topical exploration of an important subject which underpins. even become known for its patient-centred services and for its accountability to stakeholders (e.g., Thompson ).7 The focus of this book is on how such new forms of ART provision, which are more patient-centred and accountable, affect the use of these technologies. Patient-centred medicine can be said to be comprised of medical.
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“‘This book usefully brings together the history, development and important tenets of patient-centred medicine, making it an almost unique reference for this important area of change in how medicine is delivered. brings together a wealth of evidence Patient-centred medicine book information that may well be pivotal in both changing the way we educate our future health professionals, particularly doctors, but also deliver healthcare.’” (BMA Medical Book Cited by: Patient-Centered Medicine: Transforming the Clinical Method 1st Edition.
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Thomas R. Freeman NULL (Author), Dr. Ian R. McWhinney NULL (Author), Dr. Carol NULL McWilliam NULL (Author), Moira Stewart (Author), NULL W/5(7). In Patient-Centered Medicine, the authors present a six-component model to assist health practitioners in expanding and strengthening their relationships with patients.
Thoughtful discussions present topics as diverse as conceptualizations of ill-health; consideration of the patient as an individual; the establishment of goals and cooperative strategy between physician and patient; and the realistic. The section then moves on to quantitative research, which measures interactive processes between patients and doctors, presented by both patient and practitioner outcomes.
This book puts the patient at the centre of medical care, education and research and presents the patient-centred framework in concise diagrams. “‘This book usefully brings together the history, development and important tenets of patient-centred medicine, making it an almost unique reference for this important area of change in how medicine is delivered.
brings together a wealth of evidence and information that may well be pivotal in both changing the way we educate our future health professionals, particularly doctors, but also deliver healthcare.’” (BMA Medical Book Brand: Springer International Publishing.
From the book reviews: Selected as "Highly Commended" at BMA Medical Patient-centred medicine book Awards for "'This book usefully brings together the history, development and important tenets of patient-centred medicine, making it an almost unique reference for this important area of change in how medicine is delivered.
brings together a wealth of evidence and information that may well be 4/5(2). Purchase Patient Centered Care in Medical Imaging and Radiotherapy - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN This is the second edition of a popular book in a series of ‘Patient‐Centered Care’ books that specifically focuses on the patient centred model of medicine, using the consultation between patients and medical practitioners as its : Sue Cradock.
Illustrating patient-centered concepts through case studies, Patient-Centered Medicine provides clear, inspirational messages about the instrumental role of patient-centered clinical care for both students and clinicians in all healthcare environments/5(7).
Book Description This long awaited Third Edition fully illuminates the patient-centered model of medicine, continuing to provide the foundation for the Patient-Centered Care series.
It redefines the principles underpinning the patient-centered method using four major components - clarifying its evolution and consequent development - to bring the reader fully up-to-date. Patient-centered Medicine: Transforming the Clinical Method - Moira Stewart - Google Books.
Fully describing and explaining the patient-centered model of care, the second edition of this volume demonstrates how the clinical method has evolved. Divided into four parts, it comprehensively covers the evolution, the six interactive components of the patient-centered clinical method, teaching and 5/5(4).
Patient-Centered Medicine: Transforming the Clinical Method. Moira Stewart, Judith Belle Brown, W Wayne Weston, Ian R MacWhinney, Carol L McWilliam, Thomas R Freeman Sage, pounds sterling, pp ISBN 0 by: 6.
Emphasizing holistic philosophy, this important book encourages practitioners to surpass treatment based strictly on a one-dimensional, biomedical assessment of their patients.
Among the topics covered are: conceptualizations of ill-health; consideration of the patient as an individual; the establishment of goals and cooperative strategy between physician and patient; and the realistic 5/5(1).
In Patient-Centered Medicine in Transition, the focus is not on skills or tools but on context to improve communication not only with patients, but between colleagues, with management, and within and across teams. Rigorous and readable, this timely manifesto presents new models of team process in patient-centered care, emphasizing their value.
Patient Centered Care in Medical Imaging and Radiotherapy, 1st Edition Editors: Aarthi Ramlaul & Martin Vosper Health investigation and treatment have moved from a clinician-centred approach to a patient-centred approach during the past few : This book puts the patient at the centre of medical care, education and research and presents the patient-centred framework in concise diagrams.
At present, there is a growing trend away from the doctor-centred model towards a more patient-centred style, which emphasises the social relationship that exists between doctor and by: The book explores how the ideals of patient-centred medicine influence innovation in the clinic, and it introduces the concept of patient-centred proto-platforms.
It argues that patient-centred innovation can constitute an expansion of medical power, as the clinical gaze is directed not only towards the body but also towards the patient as a. ‘Patient-centeredness’ is a relatively new term in the medical lexicon.
Yet it has become a mantra, expressed often and with little critical : Alan Bleakley. Buy Patient-centered Medicine: Transforming The Clinical Method: Transforming The Clinical Method (Patient-Centered Care Series) 2nd Revised edition by Stewart, Moira, Brown, Judith Belle, Weston, W.
Wayne, Mcwhinney., Mcwilliam. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3).
Patient centred medicine has a large and expanding literature yet still seems to remain a theoretical ideal rather than practised reality. 1 In reflecting on this disparity it may be fruitful to take a closer look at what we mean by the concept of patient centredness, its nature, and how this relates to the teaching of this to by:.
In Patient-Centred Medicine, Stewart et al turns this approach on its head. The clinical method is refocused around the patient experience rather than the disease. The first half of the text uses evidence to provide both an approach and practical tips to practise patient-centred medicine.The authors are well placed to review the literature on patient-centred care as they have had a research and development programme in this field at the Univer-sity of Western Ontario since the late s, initiated by Ian McWhinney, and the first edition of this book has been acknowledged as an important text in Cited by: Patient-Centred Medicine: Transforming the Clinical Method (3e) By: Moira Stewart, Judith Belle Brown, Wayne W Weston, Ian R McWhinney, Carol L McWilliam, Thomas R Freeman.
This long awaited 3rd edition fully illuminates the patient-centered model of medicine, continuing to provide the foundation for the Patient-Centered Care series.