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Interdisciplinary Collaboration & Patient Centered Care

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Sarah Smith

on 31 March 2015

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Transcript of Interdisciplinary Collaboration & Patient Centered Care

Interdisciplinary Collaboration:
Patient Centered Care in Health Care Settings

What is Interdisciplinary Collaboration
Interdisciplinary collaboration is:

A superior care delivery model.

Focused on diversity in expertise.

Team members function interdependently to share knowledge and resources.

Emphasizes joint decision making and cohesive problem solving.

Depends on interpersonal skills in addition to communication, negotiation and willingness to compromise.
Interdisciplinary Collaboration & Communication
Interdisciplinary collaboration promotes communication by:

a more comprehensive approach to problem solving

increasing sensitivity to unique needs and values of patients

prioritizes potential barriers to communication

fosters respect for the patient and trust within teams
Interdisciplinary Collaboration & Health Promotion
Interdisciplinary collaboration promotes health promotion by:

providing the optimal form of "case management"

increasing sensitivity to the patients physical and mental health goals

ensures patients history is a key priority (i.e. what has or has not worked in the past)

decreasing fragmentation and redundancies in resource utilization

What is
Patient Centered Care??
Patient centered care:

integrates patient's needs and preferences in care delivery, design and planning

emphasizes shared decision making and mutual understanding between the patient, family and care provider.

considers patients and families as experts in their own right

provides education and support that patients and families require to make decisions and participate in their own care
Patient Centered Care
Patient Centered Care:
Core Competencies
promotes mutual understanding
focused on the patients values, preferences and needs

Health Promotion
tailored interventions
efficient use of

shared decision making
patients and families are valued team members

Centered Care

By: Sarah Smith, MN Candidate,
Athabasca University
A patient centered care framework redefines care delivery by emphasizing the importance of partnership between patients, families and care providers.
To introduce interdisciplinary collaboration as a method to achieve patient centered care in health care settings

A literature review was completed of available published research from multiple online sources as CINAHL, PubMed, the Athabasca University Online Library Resource, as well as the Health Canada website and Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative.
Research available for review was primarily conducted in the mental health, cancer and educational sectors in North America and Europe.
Key Terms: Interdisciplinary collaboration, interprofessional, health care settings, patient centered care, communication, health promotion, partnership.
Contact Information
Sarah Smith
Interdisciplinary collaboration brings the concepts of patient centered care including communication, health promotion and partnership to life ensuring relevancy and applicability in care provision.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration & Partnership
Interdisciplinary collaboration supports partnership by:

using teamwork to incorporate the patients perspective

fostering shared decision making

fostering decentralized problem solving

emphasizing the importance of the patient's perspective in care planning
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