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F oundation of Nursing Studies in partnership with the Burdett Trust for Nursing Patients First: Supporting nurse led innovation in practice . Workshop 4. Overview of W orkshop 4. Today we will explore how the following: Person centeredness For ourselves Enabling teams Enabling cultures

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Workshop 4

Foundation of Nursing Studies in partnership with the Burdett Trust for NursingPatients First: Supporting nurse led innovation in practice

Workshop 4


Overview of w orkshop 4
Overview of Workshop 4

Today we will explore how the following:

Person centeredness

  • For ourselves

  • Enabling teams

  • Enabling cultures

  • Action planning for the next steps


Mc Cormack and McCance ( 2010)

transforming individuals and contexts of care

Person centred

Cultures for

human flourishing

Active Learning

in

and from

practice

Systematic

Approaches to

the use of

mind, heart and

creative energies

Values and beliefs

Practice Development Model


Person c entredness
Person Centredness

  • “ a standing or status that is bestowed upon one human being by others, in the context of a relationship and social being. It implies recognition, respect and trust”

  • Kitwood (1997)


Person c entred c are
Person Centred Care

  • “Person centredness is an approach to practice established through the formation and fostering of therapeutic relationships between all care providers, older people and others significant to them in their lives. It is underpinned by values of respect for persons, individual right to self determination, mutual respect and understanding. It is established by cultures of empowerment that foster continuous approaches to practice development”

  • McCormack et al 2008


Reflection how person centred am i
Reflection – How person centred am I?

  • Each person has his/her own and unique life, his own memories, hopes, expectations, habits and biases. Each has had a responsibility in the management of his/ her own life….. Each has found support, reinforcement, guidance and correction from loving and perception of others: and each has suffered at the hands of others”

  • Weinberg ( 1978)


Person centred nursing framework mccormack mccance 2006
Person-centred Nursing Framework(McCormack & McCance 2006)


Johari awareness model
Johari awareness model

Known to self

Unknown to self

Known to others

Unknown to others


Situational Facilitation

Hersey and Blanchard, 1996

Encouraging style

Sharing

Reinforcing

Encouraging

Praising

Supporting style

Turning or mulling over

Leaving alone

Letting go

Being available

Coaching style

Involving

Explaining

Collaborating

Negotiating

Directing style

Initiating

Structuring

Telling

Guiding


Heron s interventions
Heron’s Interventions

AUTHORITATIVE

  • Prescriptive: - For example, ‘I would like you to discuss this issue with your senior colleagues’

  • Informative: For example, Grants are often made available for this type of work’

  • Confronting: - For example, ‘I notice this is the third time we have talked about this – and you have still not been able to act – I wonder what is going on?

    FACIILITATIVE

  • Cathartic: For example – ‘I notice that whenever you speak about your research you look rather anxious’.

  • Catalytic: For example – ‘Tell me about a previous time when you had to work with a colleague who you found particularly challenging …… how did you deal with that?

  • Supportive: For example – ‘It sounds like you handled that in a very mature and confident way’.


Critical companionship
Critical Companionship

Facilitation Domain

Conscious raising-bringing taken for granted knowledge to the surface

Problematisation- Highlighting problems in issues where they are previously unrecognised

Self Reflection-Facilitating this in practitioners

Critique- Forming new knowledge and critically reviewing it through debate


Cc strategies
CC- strategies

  • Story telling- Sharing craft knowledge

  • Observing, listening, questioning

  • Giving and receiving feedback

  • Critical dialogue

  • Role modeling

  • High challenge /High Support

  • Making suggestions


Where feedback has been offered and received
Where feedback has been offered and received.

Known to self

Unknown to self

Known to others

Unknown to others




Thank you for participating

Have a safe journey

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