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Use the theory of interprofessional and collaborative working in practice

Select one of the seven priorities to address poor health identified in the Public Health England document: From Evidence into action: opportunities to protect and improve the nation’s health (Public Health England 2014) and explore the issues linked to a chosen London locality.

Critically review the role of inter-professional working in achieving your chosen target/priority.

(3000 word equivalent)

(100% weighting with 40% pass mark)

Module learning outcomes

Learning Outcomes

You will need to demonstrate you meet the following module learning outcomes in your assignment.

Knowledge and understanding:

  • Use the theory of interprofessional and collaborative working in practice
  • Understand how patient centred care aims to meet the needs of patients/service users/families at the centre of interprofessional health and social care delivery
  • Understand the context and culture of the interprofessional health and social care environment that facilitates or inhibits interprofessional working and collaboration
  • Identify ways in which individual team members’ values impact on team dynamics and team decision making
  • Recognise the role and value of service user and carer involvement in the provision and development of services

 

Intellectual skills:

  • Analyse and discuss the values, roles and responsibilities of other health and social care providers and how the team collaborates to provide care
  • Examine, through case elaboration, the factors that may facilitate or hinder interprofessional / inter-agency collaboration
  • Reflect on the development of interprofessional capabilities

 

Practical skills:

  • Communicate one’s role and responsibilities clearly to patients/service users, families, carers and other professionals
  • Listen actively, and encourage/explain ideas and opinions to team members involved in patient/service user care
  • Use information technology in professional practice

 

Transferable skills:

  • Respect of cultural diversity and individual differences that characterise patients/service users, families/populations and the health care team
  • Demonstrate reflective practice in relation to personal, professional and team values

 


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