Fundamentals of Person-Centred Healthcare Practice
1. Edition February 2021
384 Pages, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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.
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.