Nursing CPD Institute

Patient Centred Care: Improving Quality through Partnerships

CPD Hours: 1
Current as at 07 October 2021
The term ‘patient centred care’ has been the cornerstone of nursing care for many years now. However, in recent times, this concept has been further explored and developed into a model of care that places emphasis on the patient even more.

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“Review the Patient-Centred Care paper released by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare”

Course Content

The term ‘patient centred care’ has been the cornerstone of nursing care for many years now. However, in recent times, this concept has been further explored and developed into a model of care that places emphasis on the patient even more.

Now the National Safety and Quality Health Standards have highlighted the importance of partnering with consumers by including it as Standard Two. With this, a deeper understanding of what patient centred care is and how one can practice within this approach is even more important for the clinical nurse.

Learning Outcomes

In this session, you will:

  • Review the Patient-Centred Care paper released by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare.
  • Define patient-centred care (PCC)
  • Understand the importance of patient feedback in informing patient care
  • Recall case studies that demonstrate the successful implementation of PCC principles and the positive implications of shifting towards PCC approaches
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