Multi-disciplinary working

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  • Multi-disciplinary working
    • Multi-disciplinary working is hen different health and social care professionals will work together as a team
      • Voluntary organisations
      • Personnel from the emergency and education
      • Health care workers
      • Social care workers
      • The service user
        • For person-centred care
      • Informal carers
    • Examples  of failed m,ulti-discriplinary working
      • Stephen Hoskins
      • Victoria Climbe
    • Why is it important?
      • Improves efficiency of the care system
      • Co-ordinated care is provided
      • Provides a holistic approach
      • Prevents the need to repeat information to many carers
      • Improves information sharing between professionals
    • Potential difficulties
      • Failure to communicate between professionals
      • Lack of co-ordination of care services
      • Lack of funding for different professionals
      • Disagreement between professionals
      • Difficulty in meeting to discuss cases
    • Holistic approach
      • Needs that are met:
        • Physical
        • Intellectual
        • Emotional
        • Social
        • Spiritual
        • Put into a care plan
      • Providing specialist support
      • Seeing the support in a wider context
      • Looking past the physical side of care and taking the whole person into consideration


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