Perceptions and experiences of codelivery model for self-management training for clinicians working with patients with long-term conditions at three healthcare economies in UK

Perceptions and experiences of codelivery model for self-management training for clinicians working with patients with long-term conditions at three healthcare economies in UK

Author: Sharma S, Wallace M, Kosmala-Anderson J, Reape A, Turner A - World Hospitals and Health Services

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This paper presents a case study evaluation of self-management training courses for clinicians working with patients with COPD and Depression, at three NHS sites in United Kingdom.

These courses were part of the Health Foundation’s Co-Creating Health Initiative project and were co-delivered by a trained patient and clinician tutors. Interviews with 30 clinician attendees, four clinician tutors and two patient tutors suggested that the course content and delivery style were valued by everyone and clinicians reported a higher use of self-management skills following training. Analyses of the video-recorded consultation sessions of two trained clinicians showed limited use of co-production skills.

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