XGBCYP5202 How effective is integrated working to achieve positive outcomes. Are there barriers to integrated working? What are the challenges for individuals and care providers?

The main objective is to apply approaches of person-centred care and integrated working to the case study using a range of interventions and supported theory.

Intervention and supported theory could be:

  • Collaborative Care Planning
  • Shared Decision Making
  • Supported Self Care Management
  • Social Prescribing
  • Better Conversations
  • Health coaching/Motivational Interviewing

Using theory/sources/journals/websites, analyse personal-centred care and approaches to achieve positive outcomes. Question what the strengths and weaknesses in personal centred care approaches are.

Your critical thought processes on personal centred care and integrated working should be demonstrated in the written assessment.

Consider: The different types of illnesses, care, approaches to care. 

  • Legislation and theory: is this helpful, does it inform practice, does it work, what are the strengths and weaknesses?
  • How effective is integrated working to achieve positive outcomes. Are there barriers to integrated working?
  • What are the challenges for individuals and care providers?

Essay Template:

Introduction

  • Introduce your case study from those introduced in class (and available on Moodle), please use only one case study.
    • Please give only the basics of the information about the case study. Try to keep your work succinct.
    • Identify the health issue within the case study (cause and symptoms or effects)
    • Consider the demographics, contextual facilitators and barriers e.g., language barriers, communication barriers, financial barriers etc.
  • Consider which two interventions from the following list, you may engage with in your chosen case study, and introduce and define these with a credible reference
    • Collaborative Care Planning
    • Shared Decision Making
    • Supported Self Care Management
    • Social Prescribing
    • Better Conversations
    • Health coaching/Motivational Interviewing
  • Provide a reason why you have chosen the two identified interventions as opposed to others in the list.
  • After, make a concise statement to give the marker an idea of what will be in your main body of text, i.e., please discuss the key areas that you will cover in your main body.

Main body

  • Use this section to evaluate the ability to provide person centred care, using 2 of the interventions you have selected from the above list. In two sections cover both approaches separately.
    • Give a detailed view of how the approach may work in your case study.
    • Explain the positives using an evidence-based approach, and why this will work for your chosen case study
    • Discuss the potential limitations of the interventions and the challenges in your chosen case study
    • Use legislation and policy and look at local service provision, to detail how the intervention may be carried out
    • Explain the approach using the Health Belief Model or Theory of Planned Behaviour, to detail how the intervention may be successful.

Support with reference sources.

Conclusion

Summarise the main body of your work, and the best features of each approach.  Analyse why one approach may be more successful than the other in your case study.