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Person centred care

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Question 1
What are the key principles of person centred care?
A
Personalised, Empathy, Centralised, Dignity
B
Personalised, Enabling, Coordinated, Dignity and Respect
C
Co-production, enabling, shared decision making
D
Personalised, Co-production, shared decision making
Question 2
Which of the following is not a feature of personalised care?
A
Seeing the person as a person and not only as a patient
B
Putting the persons needs and preferences as they define them first
C
Tailoring therapeutic plans and services to the person’s needs and desires
D
Coordination of care between services
Question 3
Which of the following is not an aspect of coordinated care?
A
integration of care – to address social, emotional and emotional needs
B
Integration across primary, community and tertiary services
C
Helping the person to self manage
D
integration of care across episodes and through transitions
Question 4
Which of the following is not an aspect of enabling care?
A
Shared decision making
B
Recognising a person’s strengths
C
Supporting the person to self manage
D
Doing what you think is right for the individual
Question 5
Which of the following is not a reason why person centred care considered important?
A
Because the patient should be telling the doctor what to do
B
Evidence of positive outcome for patients
C
social and political drivers
D
concurs with the underlying principles of being a doctor
Question 6
You are discharging a patient from one of your CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services). You ensure that they are simultaneously on the caseload of another adult mental health service. What aspect of person-centred care have you done successfully?
A
Coordination
B
Personalised
C
Enabling
D
Dignity and respect
Question 7
You are a medical student on a GP placement and are helping a patient fill out their dosette box. You ask them if you could fill it in for them as you are running behind on your next appointment. What part of person centred care have you neglected?
A
Coordination
B
Dignity and respect
C
Enabling
D
B and C
Question 7 Explanation: 
You were able to tailor the patient’s therapeutic plans and services to the person’s needs and desires. You were also able to show the patient respect by going out of your way to do something that was important to them, even if it made no difference to you.
Question 8
You are on a busy ward and a patient pulls you aside and tells you that they think their night time medication is making them sleep poorly. They tell you that their lack of sleep has prevented them from doing the morning crossword they enjoy. You decide to move their night medication to the morning. What aspect of person centred care have you acted in accordance with?
A
Coordination
B
Personalisation
C
Enabling
D
Dignity and respect
Question 9
Which of the following is not an ethical argument underpinning person centred care?
A
Respect – recognising the moral value of the person as an autonomous being
B
Care – beneficence and best
C
Consequentialism – better outcomes, increased trust, less complaints
D
Deontology – The patient should always get what they want
Question 10
Which of the following is not one of the social and political drivers towards policy and practice developments around person centred care?
A
Societal expectations (capitalist society around customer service and satisfaction)
B
Decreased quality of the NHS
C
Patient satisfaction with the NHS
D
spiralling costs of the NHS
Question 11
Which of the following was an appalling health care standard and subsequently a social and political driver for the development around person centred care that involved many unexpected deaths of those with learning disabilities/ mental health problems and failure to investigate them?
A
Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust
B
Winterbourne View Hospital
C
Southern Healthcare Inequality
D
The Priory
Question 12
Why is the Calgary Cambridge model of consultation used at Warwick Medical School?
A
It is the best way to run a consultation
B
It ensures that person centred care is integrated into the consultation
C
Because it comes from Calgary and Cambridge which are the best universities
D
It adds structure to a consultation
Question 13
What is the function of the Calgary Cambridge consultation?
A
Helps to build a therapeutic relationship and provide structure
B
It helps to integrate the medial model into the consultation
C
It shortens the consultation, whilst hitting relevant points
D
It ensures the patient does not bring unnecessary information into the consultation
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