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Case Management and Problem Solving
Duration: 1 Day
This workshop is for all professionals caring for individuals with long term conditions including community matrons, community pharmacists experienced in medicine management, specialist nurses and health and social care professionals in the field of long term conditions. It has particular relevance to a local multidisciplinary team aiming to streamline care, realise benefits and add value. When individuals are coping with several long term conditions, and in particular when their quality of life is significantly changed, they need co-ordinated support from professionals who will work with them to improve the situation. The best approach to managing long term conditions encourages collaboration between health and social care and will include the person and their carers in the team. This workshop focuses on holistic case management, based on preparatory work from the students using the workbook provided. Drawing on local and national data, the group pools their expertise to develop creative solutions to problems that their patients have identified, and the skills of shared decision-making can be learnt and practiced in a safe environment with others who are working in the same field.
Delivery method: Interactive Study Day
Assessment method: No assessment - informal lectures and interactive sessions
Course Information Sheet: Download PDF
For information on this course please contact our Team on 01926 838969.
To have this course delivered in your local area call Nina on 07794 433896.
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