Perspective - Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2022) Volume 5, Issue 5
Patient- and family centered care intervention in hospital counseling unit.
Patient- and family-centered care is an approach to health care planning, delivery, and assessment based on mutually beneficial collaborations between health care providers, patients, and families. To address the increased prevalence of NCDs, evidence-based policies and techniques to reduce morbidity and mortality rates are required; yet, adopting and evaluating such policies and processes presents significant challenges. The process of moving certain jobs to health workers with less training and qualifications is known as task-shifting. A task-shifting policy can only be successful if appropriate skill training, clearly defined roles, adequate evaluation, expanded training capacity, and adequate health worker incentives are provided. Promotes family caregiving and decision-making respects patient and family choices and their values, beliefs, and cultural origins builds on individual and family strengths involve.Author(s): Ramakrishna Gangatima*