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Models of care

Given the increasing incidence of chronic diseases across the world, it has become essential to search for more effective strategies to prevent and manage these diseases. Students will become acquainted with different models of care, such as the chronic care model, integrative care model and preventive care model. Examples, such as the Multidisciplinary Integrated Care model will be discussed. Students will learn and understand the use of the care models and how they can assist healthcare teams to demonstrate effective, relevant solutions to this growing challenge. Nowadays, medical organizations are under incredibly high pressure in order to manage 'clinical processes' which have grown in complexity and magnitude during the last decades.
 

Coordinator

Dr. J. Lindenberg

ECTS credits

2.5

Course level

400

No. of classes (1.5 hrs.)

8

Period

5-16 May 2014, Mondays and Tuesdays, 09.00-13.00 hrs.

Admission

Open; completed bachelor degree

Themes

Informal and formal care, care cooperation's, models of care (chronic, integrated, preventive and guided care)

Objective

An understanding of models of care

Teaching format

Lectures, self-study assignments

Learning outcome

Acquisition of a thorough understanding of different aspects of healthcare structure related to patient care in a multidisciplinary setting. Students will be able to distinguish different models of care. They will have to capability to critically review the different models and discuss their advantages and disadvantages.

Examination

Care network analysis

Costs

With ECTS: € 375 (€ 150 per ECTS)
With certificate: € 187.50 (€ 75 per ECTS)Registered students at Leiden University: no fee  

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