Making Healthcare Work: From Home to Hospital and Back Again
Making healthcare work: From home to hospital and back again
Effective care pathways are explored in this topic by reflecting on the systems of community and hospital-based care and patient journeys. You’ll build an understanding of the roles and responsibilities in the systems including complexities of discharge processes, patient perspectives, and common clinical pitfalls in care transfer through practical placements.
Intended Learning Outcomes
- Discuss the evidence base underpinning effective care transition and identify areas of possible future research.
- Outline programs that attempt to limit avoidable hospital admissions (including re-admissions).
- Describe a range of journeys of patients who transition between different clinical settings and subsequent health outcomes.
- Explain the experience of care between home-based and hospital-based environments by liaising with patients and their advocates.
- Explain the role and responsibilities of health practitioners in referrals and discharge planning within a complex health system.
- Identify and describe systems underpinning transitions between community and hospital-based care including range of stakeholders, common pitfalls, and effective future strategies through placement experiences.
Dates and Times
All MD Discovery 2 topics will be held during a 4-week block to be determined based on topic selection and clinical school availability.
Teaching and Learning
Teaching and learning activities for topics include a mix of synchronous and asynchronous online materials, work integrated activities and independent learning.
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