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Person-Centred Care

Date: Tuesday 21 June 2016

Time: 6pm – 7pm (AEST: ACT, NSW, QLD, TAS and VIC time zones. If you are not in this time zone, please click here to convert this time to your local time zone.)

The Person-Centred Care(PCC) webinar is the second of two webinars to be developed under the Person-Centred Care project funded by the National Diabetes Services Scheme. img-ndss

The aim of the PCC project is to develop and sustain Person Centred and Health Literate practices in every aspect of the work of a CDE. The objective of the PCC project is to produce and implement evidence-informed, accessible resources and programs to enable CDEs to integrate person-centred care and health literacy into their everyday practice and to monitor and review the impact of these changes.

Two key resources have been developed through the PCC project. The first resource is the Person-Centred Care Website. The website can be found at https://www.adea.com.au/projects/person-centred-care and includes documents developed by ADEA as well as links to useful external resources on health literacy and person-centred care.

The second key resource is the development of a Person-Centred Care Toolkit. The Person-Centred Care Toolkit is based on 10 Person-Centred Care Principles and has been designed to assist CDEs to monitor the quality of their person-centred care practices, highlight areas for improvement and monitor ongoing progress.

This webinar will introduce the Person-Centred Toolkit and provide some useful detail on requirements for Person-Centred Care to assist your preparation for utilisation of the Toolkit in your practice.

A Conceptual Map for Patient-Centred Care Requirements will also be presented which is a platform for identifying strategies to enable and foster person-centred care to improve health care delivery. This Conceptual Map is a result of a research study conducted by the University of Tasmania which aimed to work towards a shared understanding amongst all stakeholders in the health system of ‘what patient-centred care requires’.

Already registered? Click here to access the webinar.

To register, please visit the ADEA Learning Management System. Please note that this is a separate system from the ADEA membership system.

Webinar outcome

Credentialled Diabetes Educators will improve health outcomes for people with diabetes by integrating a person-centred care approach in their practice.

Learning Objectives

Credentialled Diabetes Educators will:

Presenters

Jenny Barr, Patient Partner Program Development and Strategy Director
Launceston Clinical School, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Tasmania

Dr Kathryn Ogden, MBBS (Hon), MPH, FRACGP, Senior Lecturer
Launceston Clinical School, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Tasmania

Toni Rice, NDSS Project Manager, Australian Diabetes Educators Association

CPD points

Completion of this webinar allows you to claim 1 CPD point under Category 1 – Clinical Practice for your next credentialling application.

Registration

This webinar is available for free. To register, please visit the ADEA Learning Management System. Please note that this is a separate system from the ADEA membership system.

There will be a requirement to undertake some pre- reading prior to the webinar.

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Contact toni.rice@adea.com.au if you need any assistance with this registration.