UNIT 2 : CONCEPTS

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1 BEING ILL
1.1 Not normal state of health
1.1.1 Biological - not feeling normal
1.1.2 Social - not able to act as normal
2 HEALTH CARE
2.1 Primary Care : People you see first, e.g. GP, optician, dentist / accessible to all
2.1.1 Secondary Care : Through referral / specialist
2.1.2 GP (General Practitioner) - Not specialist
2.1.3 CASE STUDY : ANWAR WENT TO SEE GP FIRST
2.2 Chronic condition = long-lasting / recurring e.g. Diabetes
2.2.1 Self care
2.3 PHCT 'Primary Care Health Team
2.3.1 Practice manager / GPs / Nurses / Admin = access to wide array of services
2.4 HOSPITAL
2.4.1 Specialist consultants - diagnose & treat
2.4.1.1 hi-tech equipment
2.4.1.2 controlled medication
2.4.2 Specialists
2.4.2.1 surgeons / anaesthetists / dieticians
2.4.3 criticial care treatment / A&E / round the clock nursing
2.4.4 HCAs
2.4.4.1 Originally support staff now taking over some bedside nursing roles
2.4.4.1.1 Nurses supervise
2.4.5 Hierachical way of working - communication top down -- doctors / obedient nurses / passive patients
2.4.6 Collaborative working = sharing knowledge / team ethos / strengths are used
3 Service user
3.1 Person accessing and actively using health services
3.1.1 CASE STUDY : ANWAR BECAME A SERVICE USER ACCESSING THE GP AND THE DIABETES TREATMENT
4 CULTURAL BELIEFS & CIRCUMSTANCES
4.1 Treatment for chronic condition, -diet, -exercise
4.1.1 Are certain foods allowed? Meat?
4.1.2 Lifestyle may prevent exercise
4.2 Service user social circumstances
4.2.1 Can they afford medication / prescription?
5 BIOMEDICAL APPROACH
5.1 Doctor diagnoses & prescribes treatment
6 COMPLIANCE AND CONCORDANCE
6.1 Compliance
6.1.1 Patient follows doctors orders
6.2 Concordance
6.2.1 Doctor gives information / Patient shares concerns / come to equals or alliance - both sides negotiate to resolve
6.2.2 Royal Pharmaceutical Society Working Party, 1997
7 EXPERT PATIENT
7.1 inform, educate and support patient on managing own condition and treatment
7.2 adopting service user perspective - how do they feel about treatment? making sense, taking account of culture, social and lifestyle
8 CHANGING IDEAS OF HEALTH
8.1 WHO definition; "health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity (1946)
8.2 Change in health services
8.2.1 Team working, e.g. hospitals
8.2.2 Expert Patient
8.2.2.1 EPP Expert Patient Programme ; patients develop skills to effectively control lives when suffering with chronic conditions
8.2.3 Hospital in community
8.2.3.1 PHCT providing wider range of services, e.g. minor surgery - closer to home / more accessible

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