The implementation of the Gothenburg Person-Centred Care framework (The GPCC framework) has been explored since 2013, in a collaboration between The University of Exeter and the University of Gothenburg research centres GPCC and the LET studio have.
The aim of this seminar is to present the findings of a two year study of 7 GPCC projects, and initiate a discussion with GPCC researchers and collaborators. We will briefly present the results of our 3 published papers and our 3 as yet unpublished papers, to provide an overview of the project as a whole. We hope to stimulate a lively discussion with the GPCC community about the transferability of our findings and their implications. The issues raised by our research include the role of the person¿s goals, barriers and facilitators to PCC, shared decision making, the documentation of narratives, and the translation of the central GPCC model into different healthcare and community settings. We will use case examples from everyday encounters in order to deepen our understanding of central elements of the GPCC framework: narrative, partnership and documentation.
Our seminar is based on the PCC synthesis study, a collaborative effort between researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Gothenburg. The PCC synthesis study has interviewed over fifty-five patients, healthcare professionals and researchers who have all worked with the Gothenburg Person-Centred Care framework.
The seminar is open for everyone interested in co-creating more knowledge within the field of PCC and shared decision making, and we especially welcome patients, relatives and practicing healthcare professionals. The seminar will be held in English under the leadership of Professor Nicky Britten, Exeter University.
Britten, N., Moore, L., Lydahl, D., Naldemirci, O., Elam, M., & Wolf, A. (2016). Elaboration of the Gothenburg model of person¿centred care. Health Expectations.
Moore, L., Britten, N., Lydahl, D., Naldemirci, Ö., Elam, M., & Wolf, A. (2016). Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of person¿centred care in different healthcare contexts. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences.
Naldemirci, Ö., Lydahl, D., Britten, N., Elam, M., Moore, L., & Wolf, A. (2016). Tenacious assumptions of person-centred care? Exploring tensions and variations in practice. Health:, 1363459316677627.
For information please contact the project coordinator Axel Wolf
Lecturer: Professor Nicky Britten, University of Exeter. Mark Elam, Professor, LETStudio, University of Gothenburg. Axel Wolf, PhD, University of Gothenburg Centre for Person-centred Care - GPCC. Doris Lydahl, PhD, LETStudio, University of Gothenburg. Öncel Naldemirci, PhD, LETStudio, University of Gothenburg.
Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Categories: Health and Care Sciences
Organizer: University of Gothenburg Centre for Person-centred Care - GPCC and The University of Gothenburg Learning and Media technology Studio - LETStudio.
Hälsovetarbacken, Arvid Wallgrens Backe
P2240 W Sjölander
Last day of registration: 4/21/2017 at. 12:00 PM.
Contact person: Jeanette Tenggren Durkan
Registration is closed for this event