for Clinical Accuracy:
Educators have recently been challenged to actively incorporate instruction that emphasizes cultural diversity, access to health care/health care disparities, evidence-based medicine, and reflection regarding impact of physician's values and beliefs on the patient care. Framing these issues as a 3-perspective approach to patient-centered care (PCC), this 2-part workshop is designed teach learners how to incorporate the patient's, physician's and society's perspective into a health care plan (Part 1) and to provide opportunities for learners to apply the approach using a series of strategically crafted instructor-authored cases and at least one student generated "critical incident" case scenario (Part 2). More specifically, our 3-perspective PCC approach requires learners to consider the physician's role and perspectives (e.g., bio-psychosocial model of care, evidence based medicine, values and beliefs), the patient perspectives organized by the Kleinman questions, and the social review of systems (e.g., societal and economic barriers to health care) when developing patient treatment plans. Suitable for medical students, residents or practicing physicians this workshop can be adapted from its 4-hour format into smaller units. Packet contains a detailed instructor and facilitator guides, PowerPoint slides with speaker notes, cases, critical incident and workshop evaluation forms, and references needed to lead the workshop.
The learner will be able to:
Continuously apply the Kleinman questions to elicit each patient's perspectives on health, disease, illness, and treatment.
Identify physician perspectives and values that influence patient care management including the biomedical model, evidence-based medicine, and physician beliefs.
Identify societal factors including racial, ethnic and socio-economic barriers to and disparities in health care.
Incorporate the patient, physician and societal perspectives into a treatment plan.
Additional information/Special implementation requirements or guidelines:
An ABC Nightline video was used in Part 1 of the workshop and must be purchased for us. It was not rated by learners as an essential component of the workshop, but it provided a nice compliment to the lecture-based overview of the PCC model focusing on physician values/biases and societal perspectives. A medical student provided part of the overview session establishing peer creditably but again was not seen as essential. Small group facilitators were a key aspect of the workshop and were effectively oriented through the facilitator guide and a brief orientation session immediately preceding the workshop. Having two facilitators, a physician and non-physician (e.g., member of the health profession) was effective but not essential given the format/structured nature of the case discussion. Other details regarding implementation plans (e.g., facilities, readings, duplication of case materials/handouts) are detailed in the Instructor Guide.
Publications from, presentations from, and/or citations to this product:
Date Submitted or Reviewed/Updated for Clinical Accuracy:
, , , , , and . Patient Centered Care Workshop: Providing Quality Health Care to a Diverse Population. POGOe - Portal of Geriatrics Online Education; 2009 Available from: https://pogoe.org/taxonomy/term/200