IPCHS. Integrated People-Centred Health Services


Contents tagged: deductive

Oct. 18, 2021 Europe Publication

The innovation characteristics of person-centred care as perceived by healthcare professionals: an interview study employing a deductive-inductive content analysis guided by the consolidated framework for implementation research

Person-centred care (PCC) is promoted as an innovation that will improve patients’ rights and increase their participation in healthcare. Experience shows that the implementation of PCC is challenging and often results in varying levels of adoption. How health care professionals (HCPs) perceive an innovation such as PCC is an important factor to consider in implementation. 

Nov. 29, 2021 Europe Publication

Critical care nurses’ experiences of working during the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic –Applying the Person-centred Practice Framework

In a short period, the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged healthcare systems and societies worldwide. ICUs have been described as ‘the frontline of a war’ against the disease  Critical care nurses (CCNs) in this frontline were and are still engaging with some of the most challenging ethical issues of our time; these include limited resources, a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) and professionals’ obligations to care for patients.  At the same time, they were expected to provide person-centred care (PCC) with quality, as they had done before the pandemic.

Dec. 14, 2021 Europe Publication

Critical care nurses' experiences of working during the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic - Applying the Person-centred Practice Framework

We need to prepare ahead of time so that nurses have optimal organisational prerequisites to be able to work in accordance with person-centred practice, also during pandemics and other crisis, which means to be able to give nursing care in accordance with the ill person's needs and resources.