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Saturday, October 25, 2008

The Public, Patients and Carers in Hodges' model

The table below indicates some of the main concepts and concerns that
surround the PUBLIC, PATIENTS and CARERS agenda presented using the four care domains of Hodges' model:
INTERPERSONAL : SCIENCES
SOCIOLOGY : POLITICAL



Well-being,
mental (subjective) health, mood,
hope, human spirit.
Knowledge and understanding of condition. Literacies: 3Rs, ICT, social, visual, spiritual, health.... Diagnosis - prognosis. Psychological impact. Aware of info sources

tolerance, personal choices & autonomy. Response to trauma, threat, loss. Belief systems. Coping strategies. Emotional memory
Perception. 'Individual pain'
Motivation. Responsibility
Ability to work,
disability, gender

Individual engagement,
personhood, dignity.

Self-care, Purpose

Personal Health Record

Attitudes, beliefs
Physical (objective) health.
Chronological - Pathological Age (of care subject, carers).
'Fitness'. Activity. Systems.
SAFETY
PROCESSES, structural flexibility.
Pain thresholds. Measures (Pain genetics, scorecards).
Systems, feedback, redesign, improvement.
Complexity. Change. Research: Evidence-based care. NICE. Quantitative, Quality of Life, assessment, screening.
Process redundancy.
Decision making

Referral, care pathways, plans, time.
Self-admin drugs. Expert patient.
Health, care, eng. model(s)
Ill-health - Health promotion
Time for data collection.
Curricula design, Courses, qualification.
Standards vs Innovation
Computer supported engagement*
Carer - family understanding of condition, diagnosis-prognosis. Genetic implications (if any). Familial genetics pain.
Sense making. Meaning.
Social articulation of individual +ve & -ve experiences.
Generational (role) inversion.
Engagement and Social inclusion: work, social mobility, homelessness, stigma, poverty.
Access to info and comms technology

Medical Sociology. Sick-role. PRACTICE
Effects of culture 'meanings'. Dependency.
Religion, fatalism.
Leisure. Volunteering.
Social capital / capacity.
Collaborative care, concordance.
Socio-cultural reach.
Communications. Media. Dialogue.
Qualitiative research.
Social change attitudes.
Shared definitions and meanings: 'engagement', 'health', 'wellness'...
POLICY, Nat. - U.N., FUNDING, GLOBAL ECONOMICS. Legislation: Section 11 of the Health and Social Care Act 2001. Nat. programs: Health For All. Health & Local Social Service Auths, 3rd & Independent sectors.
Choice, Equity, Equality, Access, Advocacy Services. Consultation, engagement. Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS). Definitions: engagement continua, datasets, intelligence / reporting. Service planning and development. 'Localisation' - Center.
NHS Constitution
Scalability of concept: Grp - Ind.
Organisational empathy
('x.org' <-> public, patient 'rapport, involvement').
Economic cost of prolonged 'patiency'. 'Patient Lead'. Compliance. Political priorities, strategy, continuity. Policy half-life. Consolidation. Governance. Expenses. Specificity of roles, social exclusion. Wellness. Disability. Human Rights. Invalidity. Re-training. Health outcomes, assessment. (Lay) Representation. Champions. Black, Minority, Ethinic groups. 'Citizen-Patient'?
<->INVOLVE1
Involve2
Retirees. NHS: 'Open All Hours'
Dedicated centres

The focus above is UK, but can be readily revised to reflect other countries.

1. INVOLVE: Promoting public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research.
2. Involve: Promoting public and patient involvement in policy making and service design.


*Several informatics schools: community, urban, social, health, nursing, gender, e-gov...