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Ipe weeks 5 and 6 lesson.ppt Ipe weeks 5 and 6 lesson.ppt Presentation Transcript

  • Content: Sarah-Lynn Dunlop, RPhT Lilian Hoang, BScH., MSc. Team Care Plan
  • Learning Outcomes: By the end of week 6 you will be able to:  Work collaboratively to develop a care plan for your patient.  Consider the roles of others in determining your own professional and interprofessional roles.  Access others’ skills and knowledge appropriately through consultation.
  • Weeks 5 and 6 Task  For the next two weeks you will work with your team to complete a team care plan for your patient,Anita.  In the preceding weeks, you have prepared for this team care plan by agreeing on a team communication plan during week 3, and working together to learn about and select the professionals you think should be involved in caring for Anita during week 4.  Now, you will review the case study once more in detail to help you discuss the health goals that should be set for Anita.  Once you have selected goals, you will work together to devise a treatment plan that will involve many different professionals and perspectives to ensure that Anita gets the best care possible.
  • Weeks 5 and 6 Task  The following slides will introduce you to the steps you need to go through to complete the team care plan.  How you work with your team will differ from group to group.You will have to find the best method that works for your particular group. Remember the different tools you were introduced to during week 2 that are available to you.
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  For this task, you will use a resource developed by Western University to help students practice interprofessional collaboration:
  • Team Care Plan Guidelines:  Refer to the case study  Remember to think outside of your group when thinking about which professionals will best meet the needs of the patient (Anita) in the case study. Professionals are not limited to the professionals currently working in your group.  If you identify additional professionals needed, group members may be assigned to take on the role of other professionals, including the role of the patient. Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  •  Identify a coordinator  This may be:  a professional who will play a dominant role in the patient’s care;  a professional who volunteers to coordinate the patient’s care plan;  the patient. Team Care Plan Guidelines: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  •  Outline unique and shared roles your profession may have in caring for Anita.  Outline what other professionals can contribute to this case study.  Use the Team Care Plan developed by Western University (provided in the application forum for this week) to determine patient goals, further information and interventions required, and which professionals should be involved in patient care. Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research Team Care Plan Guidelines:
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  Step 1: Read Anita’s case study and work with your team to determine patient goals. Source: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  Step 1: Read Anita’s case study and work with your team to determine patient goals. Source: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  Step 1: Read Anita’s case study and work with your team to determine patient goals. Source: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  Step 2: Complete page 2 of the assignment by filling in the table with the required information. To do this, you will need to list each patient issue, the goal that corresponds to each issue, and the outcome your team wants to be achieved. Source: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  Step 2: Complete page 2 of the assignment by filling in the table with the required information. To do this, you will need to list each patient issue, the goal that corresponds to each issue, and the outcome your team wants to be achieved. Source: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  Step 2: Complete page 2 of the assignment by filling in the table with the required information. To do this, you will need to list each patient issue, the goal that corresponds to each issue, and the outcome your team wants to be achieved. Source: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  Step 2: Complete page 2 of the assignment by filling in the table with the required information. To do this, you will need to list each patient issue, the goal that corresponds to each issue, and the outcome your team wants to be achieved. Source: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  Step 3: Determine what treatment or interventions would be required to help Anita achieve those goals and outcomes, and list which health professional you feel is best suited to provide each of those interventions. Source: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  • Developing a Team Care Plan  Step 3: Determine what treatment or interventions would be required to help Anita achieve those goals and outcomes, and list which health professional you feel is best suited to provide each of those interventions. Source: Western University Office of Interprofessional Health Education & Research
  •  You have two weeks to complete this task.  Remember to think about how your own profession can help Anita towards one of her goals and be sure to submit that to your team!
  • References  Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative. CIHC Blog. Retrieved from: http://cihcblog.com/.  Curran VR, Sharpe D. A framework for integrating interprofessional education curriculum in the health sciences. Education for health 2007 Nov; 20(3):93.  Nolte, J. & Tremblay, M. Enhancing Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Primary Health Care. Primary Health Care A Framework that Fits. Available from: http://www.eicp.ca/en/resources/research.asp  Stringer K, Curran V, Asghari S. Pharmacists and family physicians: improving interprofessional collaboration through joint understanding of our competencies. Frontiers in pharmacology 2013 Dec 5; 4:151.  University of Western Ontario’s Office of Interprofessional Education. Team Care Plan. Retrieved from: http://www.ipe.uwo.ca/Administration/Team%20Care%20Plan.pdf