Family-doctor-dietician and still losing weight; you must be failing the person, not meeting their needs, not creating innovative or adequately tasty food, not supporting mealtimes, not doing your job.
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Anyone who has spent much time in hospital will recognise the phenomenon of the invisible patient.
this is me, again, and what you and i want or do not want when the ambulance is on the way.
I have become victim to the system bias of considering diagnoses and discharge destinations to be of more importance than the person I am discharging.
Health Care Support Workers (Jean Bishop II)
Thank you to my friend and avid reader Freda for pointing-out something I had missed in today’s blog about the Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre in Hull. ‘So many assessments – completed individually or as a panel? Tiring? Was thinking Doris would have to stay overnight?’ That was her consideration of someone visiting the centreContinue reading “Health Care Support Workers (Jean Bishop II)”
Jean Bishop (*warning – graphic images!)
Hard work, when translated into a vision that makes a significant difference is itself transformed, it becomes meaning, its return on investment is not necessarily financial, it is something more profound and longer-lasting.
Others will care less about the smile and focus on the quality of the dressing, the details of the assessment.
BMJ/IHI International patient safety conference 27th April 2017
Eat a healthy diet
Get enough sunlight
Get enough sleep
Spend time with family and friends