A Person-Centred Review uses person-centred thinking tools to explore what is happening from the person’s perspective and from other people’s perspectives. This results in outcomes and actions for person-centred change, and ensures that a range of people are involved when the review is happening, and that their views and ideas are recorded in a structured, step-by-step way.
“This discussion paper looks at a key element in achieving our vision: the people who are part of the health and social care workforce. Planning, developing and supporting an integrated workforce that routinely works in a person-centred, community-centred way is a complex and multi-faceted challenge. To make it easier to understand and respond to, we’ve broken it down into four areas: