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Here are the slides from the Social Work in Action - SWAN conference HOPE University in Liverpool 30-31 March 2012. Introducing the model, I've used the same template and some slides from Colombia ...

Here are the slides from the Social Work in Action - SWAN conference HOPE University in Liverpool 30-31 March 2012. Introducing the model, I've used the same template and some slides from Colombia last year. Must update soon...! Any questions, other opportunities to present Hodges' model please get in touch.

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  • This is what the model is about. What do you see? The four corners – virgin space. What should (must) you see? What should you hear? The model's two main properties are there already... SITUATED PERSON-CENTRED The model is open to whatever situation or context is at hand. The model is open as we should be – making no judgements. h2cm acknowledges the need to be simultaneously task and person based. Although the individual is there putting them at the center takes effort. This work is necessary and reminds us of our values.

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  • SWAN Conference 2012 HOPE UNIVERSITY, LIVERPOOL 30-31 MarchThe Health Career – Care Domains - Model Originally created by Brian E Hodges (Ret.) MMU, Manchester A health and social care model for the 21st C. Peter Jones Community Mental Health Nurse Older Adults Intermediate Support Team & Nursing Home Liaison Ribbleton Hospital Preston, UK h2cmng@yahoo.co.uk Twitter: @h2cm H2CM = “Hodges Health Career Model”
  • My background: ExperienceRMN, RGN, CPN(Cert.) Older AdultsBA(Hons.) Comp./Phil. Adult mental healthPG(Dip)COPE Nursing Home LiaisonPGCE Care Programme ApproachInterests Primary care projects Nursing CMHP & GP Fundholding Global health NHS Care Record Service (Public) Mental health Quality of care – assurance Models of care - Hodges model Informatics: Web, Drupal, Ruby Nurse education – Sign-off mentor Computer aided learning – ZX81, BBC micro
  • Presentation:Aim: To introduce and justify a care model ...Structure Current statusContent - knowledge What next?Purposes ResearchExamples of h2cmCentral SWAN Your questions ... themes
  • Purposes - pastHodges model - 1980s by Brian Hodges4 educational objectives:• Curriculum development.• Holistic assessment and evaluation.• To support reflective practice.• To bridge the theory-practice gap. Career in the title of the model refers to life chances.
  • Structure of the model: Individual MQuestions: H E U C MWho (subjects) A H AActions (tasks) N I N I S S T T I I C C Group
  • What knowledge do nurses use? Individual INTRA- ?INTERPERSONAL SCIENCES ?Humanistic MechanisticSOCIOLOGY ? POLITICAL ? Group the SPIRITUAL domain comprises all four
  • Defining the model...h2cm is a conceptual frameworkH2cm is an open conceptual space.Open for the user to: – Contextualise – Situate – Personalise & Populate
  • What this model of care is ALL about ...
  • IndividualPersonalised care is not agiven. It takes work in theoryand practice. This modelreflects that. It takes ‘effort’ toplace the individual at thecentre of what we do. Hum Mech Group
  • Purposes - futurePerson-centred patient/carer engagementcollaborative careMultidisciplinary careTransitional & Integrative models Nursing model > MD Care model > Self-care modelInformatics systems Information as a resourceLiteracies
  • … strengths I Professional values Personal reflection to Argumentation? -debate Local – Global & Glocal Socio–Technical (ICT systems) Audiences: Patient, Carer, Citizen, Student Multiple hooks (ways to explain) • 4Ps • Stress – Vulnerability model* • Information processing models * Zubin and Spring (1977)
  • … Strengths IIThe model is agnostic - Skills (some insight needed) Disciplines Speciality Culture - age (14+?), gender, ethnicity, beliefs) Media Information systems Agencies (Public, Private, Voluntary) Politics!
  • H2cm: Structure matters ... Me, ‘Self’ Human ‘Being’ [Life course - End of life care] ‘Other’ Citizen ‘Us’ Voter Families PoliticianCommunities Services!
  • Ind holism reduction subjective objective qualitative quantitative SOCIO- TECHNICAL Person-centredHum Mech Service-centred Left wing Right-wing Open access Copyright Open source Grp
  • H2cm: SWAN conference themes examplesPersonal morale Person centred Technology Telecare Personal philosophy Beliefs Physical infrastructure Motivation Personal ideals / values ‘Systems’: transport, access Education and training Geography Statistics Data Cultures Equality Managerialism Business Profits Engagement Pay Activism protest “Social Work” Consultation Local Community Society Government Cohesiveness Professional identity Pensions Public services / ideals Funding Outcomes Equity Government ideology Friendships Social care
  • H2cm: Health & Social Care example ...PURPOSES mood PROCESS Models & Theory Access - PhysicalThoughts, beliefs Cognitive -Mental health stress, anxiety Physical health performance injection anatomy / physiology Interpersonal skillsEducation learning Diagnosis distance : timeTalking (listening) therapies Evidence CurriculaCultures POLICY Health & Social Care Bill audience engagement Law, Economics Welfare Communities of PRACTICE Leadership ‘Sick’Languages Organizations Scope Regulation Standards – networking interoperability Occupy movementfriendships Cohesion DPA FOI Capacity
  • Locating key literacies 3R’sReading SpatialWriting Visual Maths InformationEmotional HEALTH LITERACY Social EconomicSpiritual Political
  • P H Y P S S I PSYCHO – PHYSIC AL C O H Bridges for P O Health, Social Care, O | Well-being L S & Self-efficacy I O T C ISOCIO – PO L I T I C A L C A A L L
  • New website - New community!Beyond the 1998 website and 2006 blog a new siteusing the content management system Drupal: • Encourages and engages a user community • Dynamic database driven • Archive (Hodges original notes) • Multi-lingual! • Specific content types • Taxonomies • Semantic web, RDF all possibly!
  • Drupal: Open source CMSDrupal CONTENT TYPES: Book (collaborative work) Case study [care domains] H2CM form, summary, matrix Nursing problems, care plans, assessmentsevaluations Taxonomy / vocabulary
  • Presentation: in summaryAim: To introduce and justify a care model ...Structure Current statusContent - knowledge What next?Purposes ResearchExamples of h2cminc. SWAN themes Your questions ...
  • Thank you Peter Jones @h2cm Blogging at: Welcome to the QUAD Which includes a bibliography: http://hodges-model.blogspot.com/Hodges Health Career - Care Domains – Model H2CM http://www.p-jones.demon.co.uk/ h2cm: help2Cmore - help-2-listen – help-2-care Additional resources follow ...
  • Hodges model [h2cm] - Resources Hodges Health Career Model: Website Hodges original course notes Care domains - indicative content (A4 page) Four pages – one per knowledge (care) domain: E.g. SCIENCES & POLITICALThree papers - two co-authored – are currently with journals (forensicmental health; community informatics; and nursing). I am keen to hearfrom people interested in using the model and explore collaboration,writing projects.Post-graduate study is also a possibility, personal studies are ongoingexploring Hodges model as a conceptual space(s) (Gärdenfors, 2000).