Person-centred care Person-centred care supports people to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to more effectively manage and make informed decisions about their own health and health care
In person-centred care, health and social care professionals work collaboratively with those that use their services.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
This guide is a quick overview of person-centred care, offering a clear explanation of the principles, why it is important, how it has developed, and some examples to help those considering putting pe...
What is required for tech implementation in the NHS to be successful, and how should this shape our post-pandemic priorities? Shakira Mahadeva explores the challenges.
Public health specialty registrar Dr Esther Kwong reflects on her personal experience of using quality improvement approaches during the pandemic.
Project that is aiming to develop a better understanding of lived experience to identify what caring elements create the best possible quality of life for people with a learning disability.
This project will create partnerships, led by people living with IBD, to design services and deliver improved outcomes, putting people with IBD in control of their care and focusing on what matters to...
This project is aiming to improve health services for homeless and vulnerably housed people in Brighton and Hove by integrating the experiences of people who use the services into evaluation, improvem...
The importance of power, context and agency in improving patient experience through a patient and family centred care approach
Investigating, with multi-disciplinary clinical teams as well as patients and relatives, what factors help or hinder changes designed to improve patient experience.
A new £2.1m programme for partnerships developing collaborative communities where people, families, health care professionals and researchers work together to improve health care.