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University launches master’s in patient-centred care


Anonymous 7 June, 2016 0:06 am I posted a piece on DIC, suggesting that anyone with views about how the MCA is currently being implemented, should send them to Baroness Finlay's 'working group' trying to improve MCA implementation. I included in my piece, the following - you don't seem to grasp, that we all (and I mean everyone: patients, clinicians, family - EVERYONE) tend to 'live inside our own silos unless we invite outsiders in': I really do think it is important for patients, family and friends to get their experiences and perspectives to Baroness Finlay's group, because otherwise the professionals end up discussing the problems which seem the more important to them: and the most important problems, can seem different depending on whether you are a patient, a GP, a nurse, a family member supporting a patient, etc.

Posted date

7 June, 2016

Posted time

9:57 am