Models of Patient 2007

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Chapter Eighteen Models of Patient Care
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   Models of Patient Care provider-patient relationships are very  complex and dynamic (ever changing); models of health care have shifted from  disease-centered, biomedical focus to  patient-centered, psychosocial focus care; pharmacist-patient relationship needs to  shift from product-oriented to patient- oriented focus
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Types of Provider-Patient Relationships: 1.  Szasz and Hollender’s Three Models of  Care 2.  The Consumer Model of Care 3.  The Patient-Centered Model of Care 4.  The Biopsychosocial Model of Care
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     - classic model of patient-provider  relationship; a.  Activity-Passivity Model b.  Guidance-Cooperation Model  c.  Mutual Participation Model
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  a .   Activity-Passivity Model -  characterized by an active provider  and a passive patient;
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PAS 3301 taught by Professor Dhing during the Fall '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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Models of Patient 2007 - Chapter Eighteen Models of Patient...

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