2010 Outcomes from the work of Registered Nurses working with older people in

2010 outcomes from the work of registered nurses

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Heath, H. (2010). Outcomes from the work of Registered Nurses working with older people in UK care homes. International Journal of Older People Nursing , 5 (2), 116-127. doi:10.1111/j.1748-3743.2010. 00217.x Community Integrated Care. (2016, November 1). Learning Disabilities, Autism, and Mental Health. Retrieved from - health# Rice, J., Hicks, P. B., & Wiehe, V. (2000). Life Care Planning. Social Work in Health Care , 31 (1), 85-94. doi:10.1300/j010v31n01_06 Storey, L., & Betteley, A. (2010). Preferred Priorities for care: An Advance Care Planning process. Advance Care Planning in End of Life Care , 125-131. doi:10.1093/acprof: oso/9780199561636.003.0011 Thomas, K. (2018). Overview and introduction to advance care planning. Oxford Scholarship Online . doi:10.1093/oso/9780198802136.003.0001 Thompson, N. (2012). Anti-Discriminatory Practice. doi:10.1007/978-0-230-37096-8 Zimmerman, J., & Dabelko, H. I. (2007). Collaborative Models of Patient Care. Social Work in Health Care , 44 (4), 33-47. doi:10.1300/j010v44n04_
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Caring Planning Process An empowerment model involving health and social care professionals, Client Friends, Families Resources and Reflective practice knowledge Assessment The step involves Observing, listening, communicating specific patient needs and using appropriate document to keep correct data of the patient Care Planning The stage involves Health professionals identifying measurable goals Supportive workers interrogating patients Monitoring Ensuring that health interventions implemented are implemented as outlined Support workers providing concurrent feedbacks of the intervening activities progress, Evaluation This stage involves the team reviewing the whole process for delivery of health and social care to the patient. Determining the effectiveness of the process Goals and Objectives of caring process achieved Intervention Health professionals introducing necessary intervention that will result in recovery Support workers implementing care plan necessary for recovery Exit the process Yes No CARE PLANNING PROCESS 9 Appendix: Health and Social Care Caring Planning Process Flow Chart
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