An introduction to the Comprehensive Model of Personalised Care by NHS England and Improvement.
The Royal College of General Practitioners is working with NHS England to support GP and primary care teams to deliver person-centred care.
Dr Kate Granger shares the story behind her Hello my name is … campaign and how she wants people to take part.
Dr Ollie Hart describes a narrative and common purpose for personalised care in the NHS. He considers the new Primary Care Network based additional roles, Health Coaches, Link Workers and Care Co-ordinators. He describes why they needed and how they can support a highly performing health and care system.
Stephen Rollnick roleplays motivational interviewing focussing on engagement.
Dr Ollie Hart uses a metaphor to help describe the health coaching process.
The Personalised Care Institute has collaboratively developed the first curriculum for personalised care. The curriculum articulates the values, behaviours and capabilities required by a multi-professional workforce to deliver personalised care. It sets out an educational framework for learning the essential elements to this approach and supports ongoing professional development.
This report seeks to provide a quick overview of person-centred care, offering a clear explanation of the principles, why it is important, how it has developed, and some examples for those considering putting person-centred care into practice.
This report highlights the work taking place across the country to build confidence and ability of individuals to live, healthier, happier and more fulfilled lives.
This guide provides a range of suggestions, contacts and scenarios to enable anyone interested in commissioning or providing health coaching to get started.
This report by National Voices attempts to create a snapshot of the extent of person-centred care in the English health and care system, based on how people report their experience of treatment, care and support.
This framework commissioned by Health Education England is designed to support workforce leads to understand the knowledge, skills and capabilities of a person-centred workforce. It is designed to support them to identify the training needs of their workforce and to design training programmes accordingly.
Realising the Value was an 18-month programme funded by NHS England led by Nesta and the Health Foundation which ran from May 2015 – November 2016. The programme aimed to enable people to take an active role in their own health and care, in support of the NHS Five Year Forward vision to develop a new relationship with people and communities.
The British Medical Journal have a collection of different resources to help you focus care on needs of the person. Types of resources include papers, videos, blog posts and news articles.
A selection of case studies collated by the national personalised care team, that illustrate different aspects of personalised care in practice, from the perspective of people who use services, those delivering services and local systems.
West Yorkshire Health Care Partnership has collated a series of resources to held create an adversity, trauma and resilience informed workforce.