Fakta om emnet

Studiepoeng:
5
Ansvarlig avdeling:
Fakultet for helse, velferd og organisasjon
Studiested:
Campus Fredrikstad
Emneansvarlig:
Camilla Anker-Hansen
Undervisningsspråk:
English
Varighet:
½ år

HOVFEL22020 Person-centred collaboration (Vår 2023)

Emnet er tilknyttet følgende studieprogram

Elective course in the following programmes:

  • Bachelor in Child Welfare

  • Bachelor in Nursing

  • Bachelor in Social Educator Training

  • Bachelor in Social Work

  • Bachelor in Work and Welfare Studies

The course is open for international students within the same bachelor programmes.

The course is to be combined with:

HOVFEL20020 - Digitalisation and interdisciplinary collaboration in health and welfare services (10 ECTS)

Absolutte forkunnskaper

The course is to be combined with:

HOVFEL20020 - Digitalisation and interdisciplinary collaboration in health and welfare services (10 ECTS).

Anbefalte forkunnskaper

Completed courses from the first year of the bachelor programme.

Undervisningssemester

4th semester (spring).

Studentens læringsutbytte etter bestått emne

Knowledge

The student:

  • has knowledge about person-centred approaches

  • has knowledge of service user involvement

Skills

The student:

  • can reflect upon social inequality and inclusion

General competence

The student:

  • can identify appropriate underpinning principles of person-centredness concerning interprofessional collaboration

Innhold

  • Person-centred approaches

  • Service user involvement

  • Service collaboration based on person-centred approaches

  • The following service users are emphasised:

- Children and young people

- People who misuse drugs and people who experience mental health issues

- People who have experienced violence and sexual abuse

  • Digitalisation and inclusion, equality and non-discrimination

  • Service improvement work

Undervisnings- og læringsformer

Relevant learning methods: Digital methods like screencast and podcast, lectures, group activities, seminars, workshop.

Arbeidsomfang

Expected study effort in the course is 130 hours.

Praksis

No practical training/internship in this course.

Arbeidskrav - vilkår for å avlegge eksamen

  • Participation in compulsory activities. Look into the general part of the curriculum.

Requirements must be approved before the student can complete the exam

Eksamen

Digital written exam under supervision (Multiple Choice).

  • Duration: 1 hour

  • No aids allowed

  • Grading system: A-F.

Sensorordning

Internal examinator.

Evaluering av emnet

Feedback from our students is vital in order for us to be able to offer best possible courses and study programmes. The following forms of evaluation are used for this course:

- Continuous evaluation with reference group

- Final evaluation

The results are considered in a programme council.

Litteratur

The reading list was last updated January 7th 20.22.

Andvig, E., Syse, J., Severinsson, E. (2014) "Interprofessional Collaboration in the Mental Health Services in Norway", Nursing Research and Practice, vol. 2014, Article ID 849375. https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/849375 (8 p.).

Anker-Hansen, C., Skovdahl, K., McCormack, B., & Tønnessen, S. (2019). Collaboration between home care staff, leaders and care partners of older people with mental health problems: A focus on personhood. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Science. ISSN 0283-9318. doi: 10.1111/scs.12714 (11 p.).

Bronstein, L. (2003). A model for interdisciplinary collaboration. Social Work, 48(3), 297-306. (10 p.).

Davidson, L. (2001). Us and them. Psychiatric Services. 52(12), 1579-1580. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.52.12.1579. (2 p.).

Dewing, J., & McCormack, B. (2017). Editorial: Tell me, how do you define person- centredness? Journal of Clinical Nursing, 26, 2509-2510. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.13681 (2 p.).

Dickson, C. (2017). Person-centred community nursing. In McCormack, B. & McCance (ed), Person-Centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care. Theory and Practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. (12 p.).

Entwistle, A. V., & Watt, I. S. (2013). Treating patients as persons: A capabilities approach to support delivery of person-centered care. The American Journal of Bioethics, 8, 29-39 (11 p.).

Glasby, J. (2017). Person-centred approaches: a policy perspective. In McCormack, B. & McCance (ed), Person-Centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care. Theory and Practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. (10 p.).

Glaser, B., & Suter, E. (2016) Interprofessional collaboration and integration as experienced by social workers in health care, Social Work in Health Care, 55:5, 395-408, DOI: 10.1080/00981389.2015.1116483 (14 p.).

Hymers, J. (1999). Not a modest proposal: Peter Singer and the definition of person. Ethical Perspectives, 6, 126-38 (13 p.).

Jobe, I, Lindberg, B, Engström, Å. Health and social care professionals’ experiences of collaborative planning—Applying the person-centred practice framework. Nursing Open. 2020; 7: 2019- 2028. https://doi.org/10.1002/nop2.597 (10 p.).

Karlson, B. & Borg, M. (2017). Person-centredness, recovery and user involvement in mental health services. In McCormack, B. & McCance (ed), Person-Centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care. Theory and Practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. (10 p.).

Lieshout, F.V. (2017). Navigating organisational change: being a person-centred facilitator. In McCormack, B. & McCance (ed), Person-Centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care. Theory and Practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. (11 p.).

Manley, K. (2017). An overview of practice development. In McCormack, B. & McCance (ed), Person-Centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care. Theory and Practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. (17 p.).

McCance, T. & McCormack, B. (2017). A considered reflection and re-presenting the person-centred practice framework. In McCormack, B. & McCance (ed), Person-Centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care. Theory and Practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. (6 p.).

McCance, T. & McCormack, B. (2017). The person-centred practice framework. In McCormack, B. & McCance (ed), Person-Centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care. Theory and Practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. (31 p.).

McCormack, B. & McCance, T. (2017). Underpinning principles of person-centred practice. In McCormack, B. & McCance (ed), Person-Centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care. Theory and Practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. (23 p.).

McCormack, B. & Dewing, J. (2017). Creating flourishing workplaces. In McCormack, B. & McCance (ed), Person-Centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care. Theory and Practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. (12 p.).

Mickan, S., Hoffman, S. J., & Nasmith, L. (2010). Collaborative practice in a global health context: Common themes from developed and developing countries. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 24(5), 492-502. doi: 10.3109/13561821003676325. (11 p.).

Murphy, D., Duggan, M., & Joseph, S. (2013). Relationship-Based Social Work and Its Compatibility with the Person-Centred Approach: Principled versus Instrumental Perspectives, The British Journal of Social Work, Volume 43, Issue 4, Pages 703-719, https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcs003 (17 p.).

Ness, O., Karlsson, B., Borg, M., Biong, S., Sundet, R., McCormack, B., & Kim, H. S. (2014). Towards a model for collaborative practice in community mental health care. Scandinavian Psychologist, 1, e6. (12 p.).

Poulin, M. J., Brown, S. L., Ubel, P. A., Smith, D. M., Jankovic, A., & Langa, K. M. (2010). Does a helping hand mean a heavy heart? Helping behaviours and well-being among spouse caregivers. Psychology and Aging, 25(1), 108-117. (10 p).

 

263 pages in total.

 

 

Optional reading list

 

Banks, S., Stanley, M., Brown, S., & Matthew, W. (2019). Simulation-Based Interprofessional Education: A Nursing and Social Work Collaboration. The Journal of Nursing Education, 58(2), 110-113.

Dahlke, S, Steil, K, Freund-Heritage, R, Colborne, M, Labonte, S, Wagg, A. Older people and their families’ perceptions about their experiences with interprofessional teams. Nursing Open. 2018; 5: 158- 166. https://doi.org/10.1002/nop2.123

Hossein, K., Orchard. C., Spence, H. K. L. & Farah, R. (2013) An interprofessional socialization framework for developing an interprofessional identity among health professions students, Journal of Interprofessional Care, 27:6, 448-453, DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2013.804042

Magnusson, A. and Lützén, K. (2009), Factors that influence collaboration between psychiatric care and CSSs: experiences of working together in the interest of persons with long-term mental illness living in the community. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 23: 140-145. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1471-6712.2008.00600.x

Wildevuur, S. E., & Simonse, L. W. (2015). Information and Communication Technology-Enabled Person-Centered Care for the "Big Five" Chronic Conditions: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 17(3), e77. https://doi.org/10.2196/jmir.3687

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