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HCTC: John

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Transcript of HCTC: John

JOHN
Shauna Eisen (Occupational Therapy)

Adam Heenan (Clinical Psychology)
Cody Li (Medicine)
Katrina Parent (Nursing)
Kristen Riley (Physical Therapy)
Peng You (Medicine)


Priorities
National Health Care Team Challenge 2013
Queen's University Team
Access to services & resources

Education and Awareness
(Diabetes, Nutrition)
Condition Management
(Wound Care, Long Term Stabilization)

Medical Screen
(Vitals, Blood Sugars, R/O Infection)
Education
Advocacy
Communication
Leadership
Professionalism
Collaboration
Assessment
Overlapping & Distinct Roles
Nurse
Physician
Occupational
Therapist
Physical Therapist
Clinical Psychologist
Different perspectives, common goals.
Translator
Pharmacist
Social Worker
Dietician
Spiritual Healer
Band Members
Registered Practical Nurses
Foot Care Nurse
Diabetes Nurse Educator
Health Coach
And More!
Other Health Professionals
Physical
Spiritual
Mental
Emotional

Stabilize Vitals
Blood Glucose Control
Infection
Blood Work
Ulcer Staging
Past Medical History

Risk of depression
Poor Mood
Awareness of available supports
Family Relationships
Mental Health

Self monitoring
Medication Management
Diet
Employment Services
Access to Non-Insured Health Benefits

Band members
Healing Circles
Religion
Culturally Safe Practice
Responsibility for own health choices
1) Actively sought medical attention
2) Effective communication of concerns
2) Socially and culturally engaged
3) Self supporting & supports family (hunting, seasonally employed)

John's Strengths:
Special thanks to:
Our Mentors: Catherine Donnelly & Anne O'Riordan
Queen's University
Immediate Concerns

Swelling & Pain
Fit to the Prosthesis
Potential for Infection
Wound Care
Engaging in Services
Increasing Independence
Functioning in ADLs
Home Safety
Mood, Sleep, Stress
Family Assessment
Nutrition
Management Strategies

Teleconferencing & Skype
Pictures of wound via Secured Email
Work along side traditional healers
Collaboration with family
Provide relevant education and resources
Acknowledge patients strengths
Utilize biopsychosocial model throughout care
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