Health in Primary Care (Multi-Agency Working (Groups of professionals…
Health in Primary Care
New technologies- new risks
How can we be protected?
How will we control the risks
Who can see the information?
Who is controling it?
Groups of professionals working together
Technology will aid this partnership
New professions leads to more ideas
Centre or care- Benefits patients
Increases level of care, increases level of respect for patient
All professionals must work as a team
Better health care
Helps nursing flourish
Leads to further improvements
Holistic Management of Healthcare Needs
Technology such as (my fitness pal) can lead to improvements in patient care
Improves quality of care- improves independence
Going the extra mile
Bring technology to rural areas
Holistic health/technology- gives patient power/self-managment
Allows patients to stay in own home (TV calls to GP)
Can revolutionise healthcare
Tablets- Note taking easier and faster etc...
Will become involved into everyday practice
2020 vision document
Focuses on future of nursing. Improves quality of care. Improves self- management.
Empowering patients- leads to personal growth
Teaching and Learning Theories
Nurses are educators/leaders
Trying to help and teach patients
Behaviourism, Constructivism, Humanism...
Effective theories will lead to better care
Changing to learn something new
Not everyone learns the same way
Technology allows nurses to teach/ patients to learn