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New care models

New care models

Une clinique au service de la personne

Arnaud Plagnol, Bernard Pachoud, Bernard Granger

2018
Collection : la Personne en Médecine
Publishor : DOIN
224 pages
Published in : French
Speciality : Student   Psychology   Public Health and Social Medicine   Éthics / Responsibility   Treatment: techniques and devices  
Format : 17 x 24 cm

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ISBN : 978-2-7040-1582-5
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This book presents the basics of the new care models, not discussed so far in a joint work.
While the traditional care model focused on the concepts of disease and curative treatment, with the person requiring care gradually being obscured by scientific technicalities, the new models, although still fully concerned with scientific fundamentals, converge around the preoccupations at the heart of the oldest clinical practice requirements and today’s societal expectations regarding care and: 

• lean on the resources and aspirations of the person receiving the care;
• recognize the person’s history and experience as an essential source of knowledge;
• involve the person as a decision-maker in keeping with his/her values;
• require that the clinician pay attention to the relationship between the caregiver and the person receiving the care;
• rehabilitate qualitative methods and resorting to human sciences…
The influence of this paradigm shift, a real scientific revolution, will impact all the disciplines associated with care, particularly the disciplines directly related to the medical, social or nursing sciences.

This book, for the first time, describes the principles common to all the models, presents the most dynamic of them, highlights the concrete clinical developments to which they have given rise and underlines their synergy with evidence-based clinical practices.

 

CONTENTS
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Part 1
Towards a subject of care
Evidence and complex interventions in psychotherapies
Limitations of the model of the disease and psychodynamic contributions
The patient and his/her double
Approach based on capabilities
The shared decision

Part 2
The person and his/her resources
Care and positive psychology
Developments in remediation
Current contributions of hypnosis
Person-centred psychiatry
New person-centred approaches: pluralistic therapy

Part 3
Care pathway and values
Effects of truth as a value in psychiatry and psychoanalysis
Caring and supportive care
Advances in narrative medicine
Perspectives for recovery
Value-based clinic practices: new frontiers

 

 

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