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II. New Ways of Working

II. New Ways of Working

  THE CHANGING PERCEPTION OF SERVICE DELIVERY           Previously the NHS has been service-led, with an authoritarian, ‘top–down’ approach. The medical model of health care has predominated (Burke 2001). In recent years there has been a paradigm shift in the underpinning philosophy of care delivery, and the focus is now on providing […]

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New ways of working

New ways of working

Rapid changes have occurred within the NHS since the return of the Labour government to power in 1997. This commenced with The New NHS: Modern, Dependable (DOH 1997) and has  been consolidated in The NHS Plan (DOH 2000a). Health and social policy have provided the driver for change and health care professionals have been required […]

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Dorothea E. Orem

Dorothea E. Orem

Person/Client: A unity who can be viewed as functioning biologically, symbolically, and socially and who initiates  and performs self-care activities on own behalf in maintaining life, health and well-being; self-care activities deal with air, water, food elimination, activity and rest, solitude and social interaction, prevention of hazards to life and well-being, and promotion of human […]

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