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Patients as Partners. INTEGRATED PRIMARY ACUTE AND COMMUNITY CARE. Spreading Self Management Support: The BAP prototype in BC. Christina Southey Bernice Johansen Matilda Atleo. Patients as Partners. We will…. INTEGRATED PRIMARY ACUTE AND COMMUNITY CARE.

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    1. Patients as Partners INTEGRATED PRIMARY ACUTE AND COMMUNITY CARE Spreading Self Management Support: The BAP prototype in BC • Christina Southey • Bernice Johansen • Matilda Atleo

    2. Patients as Partners We will…. INTEGRATED PRIMARY ACUTE AND COMMUNITY CARE • Introduce you to the Brief Action Planning prototype in BC • Share with you one teams experience • Give insight into what next

    3. Patients as Partners INTEGRATED PRIMARY ACUTE AND COMMUNITY CARE The Brief Action Planning Prototype is a Ministry of Health, Patients as Partners initiative administrated by ImpactBC

    4. Patients as Partners What is Brief Action Planning? INTEGRATED PRIMARY ACUTE AND COMMUNITY CARE a highly structured, patient-centered, stepped-care, evidence-informed self-management support tool based on the principles and practice of Motivational Interviewing. -Reims et al, Brief Action Planning White Paper, 2013 available at www.centreCMI.ca

    5. Patients as Partners INTEGRATED PRIMARY ACUTE AND COMMUNITY CARE Brief Action Planning

    6. Patients as Partners Why the BAP Prototype INTEGRATED PRIMARY ACUTE AND COMMUNITY CARE In a survey in of Self Management Support skills in BC in: • 87% said patients or clients need more support then they are able to give • 2/3 or above said they are interested in training in goal setting, action plans, problem solving and follow-up. • 64% preferred web based training

    7. Aim of the prototype We aim to provide a method for health care professionals to learn Brief Action Planning (BAP) through a self-paced web training module, coaching and certification program, from June 2012 – October 2012. Such That: • 90% Participating Professionals rate their confidence in using BAP as 7 or higher out of 10 • 70% of all professionals who complete BAP training are certified by March 31st 2013 • Each person trained in BAP skills applies them to 10 or more patients interactions by March 31st 2013

    8. What is Involved?

    9. Results to date

    10. Results to date – Team Example

    11. One Teams Experience: Nuu-Chah-Nulth Tribal Council

    12. Why was Nuu-Chah-Nulth Interested in Participating?

    13. What has been your experience so far?

    14. Use of BAP

    15. Making BAP a part of our work

    16. What would you like to do with BAP in the future?

    17. Evaluation Framework

    18. Patients as Partners Where to from Here INTEGRATED PRIMARY ACUTE AND COMMUNITY CARE • Final reporting and evaluation March 2013 • Recommendations for next steps to PasP steering committee • Planning for spread in 13/14

    19. Thank You! For more information on the prototype please contact: Christina Southey csouthey@impactbc.ca