Inclusion of information therapy in the medical curriculum
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  • 1. Inclusion of Information therapy in the medical curriculum
  • 2. Current Scenario Situation 1
  • 3. Situation 2
  • 4. So what is Information therapy?
    • Information therapy is the prescription of the right information, to the right person, at the right time to help make a better health decision.
  • 5.
    • Foundation for a new, patient-centered approach to health care.
    • Benefits-
    • - Building relationships
    • - Efficiency
    • - Proficiency
    • - Patient Safety
    • - Health actualisation
  • 6. What can be done then?
    • Involvement of the Undergraduate medical students
    • Inclusion of information therapy in the present curriculum
    • Seminars
    • Interactive workshops
    • Case discussions and solution finding
    • Practical application
  • 7. Seminars
    • Importance of Information Therapy
    • Basic Communication Skills
    • Patients’ rights
    • Support and encourage alternative medicine
    • Modes of dissemination of Information
    • -Printed material
    • -Websites
    • -Addressing queries through social networking sites and online forums
    • -Others
    • Doctors’ Rights
  • 8. Practical application
    • Creation of Information Therapy forums
    • -Part of clinical rotation
    • -reduces workload of doctors
    • -source of learning
    • Inclusion of communication skills in annual examinations
  • 9.
    • Involvement of the resident doctors
    • routine OPD information therapy
    • Information therapy in Long Term Care
    • - Visit preparation
    • - Self management of long term illness
    • - Decision Support
    • - End of life care decision support
  • 10. OUR GOAL
  • 11.
    • THANK YOU