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Care Reviews

When reviewing patient case histories whether at a multidisciplinary team meeting, or as part of a presentation-based review, you should also consider communication and relationship issues that you may have experienced whilst caring for each individual. 

It helps to have the principles of good communication to hand during such reviews so that all those who have been interacting with the patient can briefly reflect on how well they are upholding these principles.  It also provides time for other practitioners to support you in thinking of strategies to overcome any difficulties and to highlight good practice. 

Making this part of the standard discussions that happen around patient care, will help you to make excellent communication and relationships part of your everyday practice. 

Please click on the link below to access the Guiding Principles for Reviewing Communication and Relationships Capacity in Everyday Practice.