On 16th of January, the Health Standards Organization website published a news article about the Person Centred Care game. The article discusses the game and familiarizes the reader with the importance of the PCC approach. The article also makes distinction between person centred care and patient centred care.
About the PCC Game
The University of Gothenburg Centre for Person-Centred Care and the Swedish branch of the International Network of Health-promoting Hospitals and Health Services have partnered with the Swedish software company IUS Innovation to create a mobile Android and iOS game about Person Centred Care. The goal of the game is to challenge you with a series of role-playing exercises, in different various conditions and settings, just like in real life.
Update: Registration for the Training School and associated activities is free, but spaces are limited. Please see this page.
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Cost Action 15222 and Biocruces Bizkaia Health Research Institute are pleased to welcome renowned experts in the implementation of PCC to Bilbao, Spain, October 28-29, 2019. 15 international experts from 7 countries will lead the Second Annual COST Action 15222 Person-Centred Care (PCC) Training School. The Training School will examine how PCC is implemented in hospitals and primary care centers in various countries and at multiple system levels (micro, meso, and macro). Findings from research studies on intervention and […]
Registration for the Training School and associated activities is free, but spaces are limited. Not all registrants may be able to participate and acceptance will be based on anticipated contribution.
If you would like to attend, please register at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/COST15222TSBilbao_Registration
More information about the training school as well as the […]
Person-centred care has over the past few years gained in interest worldwide. Patients, health care professionals, politicians, health care organisations, the public and industry are interested in finding out more about what person-centred care means and what benefits it can bring.
Professors Brendan McCormack and Inger Ekman are well-known researchers in the field of person-centred care. Here they meet in a dialogue about the core of person-centred care and how it can be applied and implemented. The dialogue is moderated by Professor Joakim Öhlén, Sahlgrenska.
See the video of the discussion on the official […]