Parallel Session 4.4.2 My Pathway, My Choice
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  • 1. Self Management and Health Literacy Taming the Jungle Dr Graham Kramer
  • 2. Successful self-managerQu 66.7% Reduction ina hospitalisationlit 77.9% Reduction in averagey length of stay in hospitalo 41.7% reduction in visits tof doctorL Poor self-manager reduction in prescription 4%ife items Time
  • 3. WILLINGABLE UNABLE UNWILLING
  • 4. WILLING UNABLEABLE UNWILLING
  • 5. Fundamental relationship change between person and HCP “I am the leading partner in the management of my health”
  • 6. Reducing the paternalism of HCPsLessening the infantalism ofpatientsIncreasing confidence andhealth literacy
  • 7. Reducing paternalismPromoting empowering relationships/avoiding disempowerment. Doctor Patient PartnershipsConsultation skills/ Person centerednessCare PlanningCARE measureTeach BackTime
  • 8. Increasing confidence and Health Literacy• Sharing written information• Information prescriptions• Access to medical records• Meaningful information• Community supports for individuals and their families
  • 9. YOC commissioning model
  • 10. Involvement
  • 11. “Self care works, produces excellentoutcomes, improves clinicians’ jobsatisfaction, reduces workload and savesmoney. Most importantly patients want it.”
  • 12. Take home• Shame free encounters• Universal• Simplicity
  • 13. Thank-youGraham.kramer@scotland.gsi.gov.uk www.aliss.org @KramerGraham