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Interprofessional team working in healthcare delivery
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Interprofessional Teamwork Introduction The idea of patient-centred is the core of health care plan and interprofessional teamwork in health care services (Reeves, Macmillan & Van Soeren 2010). For this research, the case that will be analysed is the Case of Tom.
Second, because of the vagueness of the idea of patient-centeredness, the case highlights the wide divide between health policy and health care plan and that no matter hard policy makers think of coming up with ways that may theoretically realise patient centeredness of health care if it is not implemented in real cases, it is worth nothing. Third, it brings to the fore the issue of decision-making in cases of patients that are incapacitated in making the decisions for themselves. Fourth, it emphasises the unclear position of parents in decision-making when it comes to their child who is vulnerated by multiple learning disabilities. Fifth, it presents a stark contradiction to the ideal of interprofessional teamwork to achieve the best quality health care that can be provided to the patients. Finally, sixth, it brings us back to the basics of humanity – rights, dignity, respect, and human integrity. With these reasons, as the study presents the ethical and legal responsibilities that have been neglected by the health care providers of Tom prior to his moving to a social services residential home, it will focus on the concept of interprofessional teamwork as this research will attempt to clarify what does interprofessional teamwork in the health care services means. ...
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