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Fundamentals of Person-Centred Healthcare Practice

McCormack, Brendan / McCance, Tanya / Bulley, Cathy / Brown, Donna / McMillan, Ailsa / Martin, Suzanne (Editor)



1. Edition February 2021
384 Pages, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-53308-5
John Wiley & Sons

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Fundamentals of Person-Centred Healthcare Practice presents evidence-based perspectives on a broad range of approaches to person-centred practice in healthcare. Featuring contributions from internationally recognised experts in the field, this valuable textbook helps students and staff across healthcare disciplines understand the essential concepts of person-centred practice in various health-related contexts. Using the Person-centred Practice Framework--an innovative theoretical model based on more than two decades of research and practice--students develop a strong understanding of the different components of person-centredness, their connections and interactions, and how they can be implemented to promote positive healthcare experiences for care providers, service-users, and families.

Recognising the dynamic and complex nature of person-centredness, the text emphasises the importance of a common language and a shared understanding of person-centred practice in all areas of healthcare, from hospital and social care systems, to mental health, learning disability, and rehabilitation services. This practical and insightful introduction to the subject:
* Provides engaging, student-friendly coverage of the central principles and practice of person-centredness within a multi-professional and interdisciplinary context
* Features cases and examples of person-centred practice in curricula worldwide
* Includes activities designed to support person-centred practitioner development
* Discusses the future of person-centred facilitation, learning and practice
* Offers real-world guidance on providing a holistic approach to developing person-centred relationships that facilitate meaningful connections with others

Fundamentals of Person-Centred Healthcare Practice is an indispensable resource for nursing and allied health professionals, and an important reference work for educators, facilitators, supervisors and healthcare practitioners.

Chapter 1: The Person in Person-centred Practice

Brendan McCormack, Tanya McCance, Jan Dewing

Chapter 2: Person-centredness and Person-centred Practice

Brendan McCormack, Tanya McCance, Suzanne Martin

Chapter 3: The Person-centred Practice Framework

Authors: Tanya McCance & Brendan McCormack

Chapter 4: Donna Brown and Savina Tropea

Chapter 5: Flourishing as Humans

Brendan McCormack, Tanya McCance, Jan Dewing

Chapter 6: Professionalism and practising professionally

Caroline Gibson, Kath MacDonald and Deirdre O'Donnell

Chapter 7: The future Nursing Midwifery and Allied Health Professional

Chapter 8: Communicating and Relating Effectively

Duncan Pentland, Helen Riddell, Lindsay Regan

Chapter 9: Systems to Support Person-centred decision-making

Amanda Stears and Dawn Jansch

Chapter 10: Connecting with Others

Brighide Lynch, Derek Barron & Lesley McKinlay

Chapter 11: The Physical Environment.

Authors: Suzanne Martin, Assumpta Ryan, Fiona Maclean

Chapter 12: Working with persons' beliefs and values

Suzanne Martin, Lisa Luhanga, Catherine Wells.

Chapter 13: Engaging Meaningfully and Effectively

Ailsa Espie, Georgios Tsigkas, Donna Brown

Chapter 14: Sharing in Decisions

Jean Daly Lynn, Assumpta Ryan and Fiona Kelly

Chapter 15: Being Sympathetically Present

Authors: Tanya McCance, Brendan McCormack, Karl Tizzard-Kleister and Lynn Wallace

Chapter 16: Providing Holistic Care

Neal F Cook and Michelle L Elliot

Chapter 17: Socio-political context in Person-centred Practice

Authors: Deborah Baldie, Tanya McCance & Brendan McCormack

Chapter 18: Being person-centred in the acute hospital setting

Christine Boomer, Bill Lawson and Robert Brown

Chapter 19: Person-Centred Rehabilitation

Jackie Gracey and Ailsa McMillan

Chapter 20: Being person-centred in community and ambulatory services

Caroline Dickson & Lorna Peelo-Kilroe

Chapter 21 Experiencing person-centredness in long-term care

Kevin Moore and Fiona Kelly

Chapter 22: Being person-centred in mental health services

David Banks, Josianne Scerri and Jessica Davidson

Chapter 23: Person-centred support for people with learning disabilities

Owen Barr, Martina Conway and Vidar Melby

Chapter 24: Being Person-centred in Maternity Services

Honor MacGregor & Patricia Gillen

Chapter 25: Being person-centred in children's services

Ruth Magowan, Brian McGowan

Chapter 26: person-centred when working with people living with long-term conditions

Anne Williams, Suzanne Martin, Vivien Coates

Chapter 27: Palliative and end of life care services

Antonia Lannie,Erna Haraldsdottir,Juliet Spiller

Chapter 28 Being an active learner

Jan Dewing, Brighide Lynch

Chapter 29: Knowing and becoming through reflective learning

Authors: Donna Brown, Kristina Mountain

Ch 30: Becoming a Critical Thinker

Authors: Neal F. Cook, Sonyia McFadden & Lindsey Regan

Chapter 31: Developing and Supporting Practice Educators

Fiona Stuart, Lucia Ramsey, Jacinta Lynch

Ch 32: Being curious through research and knowledge exchange

Cathy Bulley, Margaret Smith, Alison Williams

Chapter 33: Being a Lifelong Learner

Lindesay Irvine, Patricia Gillen, Owen Barr

Chapter 34: The Future of Person-centred Practice - a call to action!

Brendan McCormack, Tanya McCance, Donna Brown, Cathy Bulley, Ailsa McMillan, Suzanne Martin

Brendan McCormack is Head of the Division of Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Art Therapies; Associate Director, Centre for Person-centred Practice Research, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland; and Honorary Nurse Consultant, Erskine Care, Scotland.

Tanya McCance is Mona Grey Professor of Nursing, Institute of Nursing and Health Research, Ulster University, Northern Ireland; Adjunct Professor, University of Wollongong, Australia; and Visiting Professor, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Cathy Bulley is a Reader in the School of Health Sciences at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland; Co-Director of the Centre for Health, Activity and Rehabilitation Research (CHEARR); and Lead for the Accelerating Scholarship, Innovation and Research Engagement (DPPR-ASPIRE).

Donna Brown is a Lecturer of Nursing, Postgraduate Tutor for the Institute of Nursing and Health Research, and Course Director for BSc(Hons)/PGDip/MSc Developing Practice in Healthcare Programme, in the School of Nursing, Ulster University, Northern Ireland.

Ailsa McMillan is a Senior Lecturer of Nursing, Division of Nursing, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Suzanne Martin is a Professor of Occupational Therapy and Head of School Health Sciences at Ulster University, Northern Ireland. She is a Fellow of the College of Occupational Therapists UK and a panel member for the National Institute for Health Research.

B. McCormack, University of Ulster