Practitioners And Agencies Work Together To Provide The Care Needed For Both Physiological Disorders
Care pathways are plans that are systematically used to follow up a client care programs. It is also known as care paths, clinical pathway, case management path, critical pathway, clinical care pathway and care maps. It maps out individual’s care journey expected and acts as occasional care. It delivers both informal and formal care, and each of this carer can take care of all required need, providing the patient require care. The formal carer should follow code of conduct. This type of care (formal care) are practiced by the practitioners, agencies, and patient themselves, while informal carer can be friend and family member to the patient (Common Mental Health Problems 2011).
Practitioners and the agencies provided physical and emotional support the physical disordered individuals; this assists the patient by jumping, sitting walking, running, hopping and squatting. They also encourage the patients that feel hopeless because of their current condition. Practitioners and the agencies create awareness to the society by educating the volunteered cares, the family friend on the steps to be followed while caring for the affected patient. They improve access to services provided to the patients; these services include primary care and secondary care managers, commissioners and clinicians, this is to make them come together and develop local care pathways.
Practitioners and the agencies collaborated and built more hospital where this individual can visit during the day for their treatment sessions, they higher more therapist and the nurse that will contribute in assisting the patient in medication and management and maintain the care pathways for a positive outcome of the patient. Finally, they provided all the required tool that will assist in patient assessment and treatment. The Practitioners and the agencies have contributed the largest scale to the quick recovery of this individual because they had help and contributed in all ways to make sure that the clinical pathway is followed as required (Swanzen and Jadrijevic 2014).
Effectiveness Of Care Pathways For One Of The Chosen Physiological Disorders
The use and the development of the care pathways have permitted several health area and social care. Currently, it would be hardly strenuous to locate an area of health care in the UK that makes it obvious to assume that the care pathway approaches have not been met. According to a survey that was taken in the year 2004, the Europe health professionals found out that the perceived level future and the present adoption of the clinical pathway was the towering in the United Kingdom. Clinical pathway frequently expands at the level of the local to meet the local needs, expectations and circumstances, even for the care of the same type, developed locally, the clinical pathway is likely to contradict from one another and also in their effectiveness (Zaric 2013).
These care pathways are complex and frequently expanded for a given client or group of people with a certain need in the specific situation. They are extremely efficient in situations where the trajectory of care are expected, they include the clinical outcomes, using clinical pathways is a limelight in reducing hospitals complications and giving positive outcomes of the patients.2nd Client and patient satisfaction, it is reviewed that it provides a positive effect on the satisfaction of the patient and there are less negative effects. The other effectiveness includes Cost effectiveness, teamwork, process outcomes and End of live care. It concludes that there are too much pathway and little care. Its main objective is to improve clinical outcomes (Zaric 2013)
Care Strategies Used To Support Individuals With Both Physiological Disorder (Coronary Heart Disease And Breast Cancer)
Care strategies are needed to be check frequently so as to confirm if they are still of best interest on the patients’ health. Medication should be reviewed and checked properly to ensure or be sure that medication is still effective. X-Rays and scan should be done repeatedly either after some few week or every month or annually to check on the progress or lack of progress made or being made by the current care strategy. Some patient may be handed over to the GP for monetarization. The law has governed and provided stationary care to this patients, so as to support them in promoting better strategy care. Even the hospitals, health and local authorities, and primary care trustees have been all included in the subject of the law in delivering meeting targets and delivering services (YARBRO, WUJCIK and GOBEL 2011).
Individuals that are responsible for this patient care, the family is to be considered first. When these patients are with their families or friends, they feel safe, and the environment can contribute to their positive recovery. Some countries, example united States have decided to set Day-carer centers where this patient can visit during the day. The environment is very safe, and the patient to feels secure and safe, this gives their relatives a piece of mind knowing that they can have a good time while being there. These is where a patient acquires skills to socialize with each other since they engage in several activities like vegetable growing which they are allowed to take them home some other activities are yoga, crafts, drama, art. Some activities help’s the patient to have a sense of responsibility for keeping rabbits, chicken, and dove (YARBRO, WUJCIK and GOBEL 2011).
Care Strategies Used To Support Individuals With Coronary Heart Disease
Coronary heart disease has become a most common disease to the society, and it’s causing a lot of death to the patient that are suffering from it. So the doctors and the community have decided to join hands together to care for these patient and educating the causes of this disease (BLACK 2007). Teaching the patient and even other individuals the causes of the disease.2nd create awareness about this disease.3rd try to advise the patients on how to stop smoking by including nicotine replacement therapy.4th advise them on how to stop smoking and any time thy think of smoking they try to keep themselves busy by either watching a movie or play games. These are example of interventions of clinical evidence of CHD
Primary care is an approach to care most of the patients with CHD need this care because it is designed to keep patients well, promote the health, diagnosing, assessments and rehabilitations. According to HANDLER, COGHLAN and HANDLER 2008, The primary care involves cholesterol-lowering that reduces CHD (Coronary Heart Disease). Hypertension treatment also an overall mortality effective reducing the risks of CHD in the older patients. Smoking termination will reduce the risks to the none smokers within some few years of secession. Aspirin is likely to be a key prevention of CHD but is not much considered by the doctors. (COHN 2008).
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