List of contributors ix Foreword xiii Acknowledgements xv 1 Introduction 1 Brendan McCormack and Tanya McCance Section I: A framework for person-centred practice 2 Underpinning principles of person-centred practice 13 Brendan McCormack and Tanya McCance 3 The Person-centred Practice Framework 36 Tanya McCance and Brendan McCormack Section II: The building blocks to enable person-centredness 4 Person-centred approaches: a policy perspective 67 Jon Glasby 5 Person-centredness in nursing strategy and policy 77 Annette Solman and Val Wilson 6 Person-centred nursing leadership 86 Shaun Cardiff 7 Person-centred nursing education 99 Deirdre O'Donnell, Neal Cook and Pauline Black 8 Person-centred research 118 Belinda Dewar, Aisling McBride and Cathy Sharp Section III: Developing person-centred cultures: a practice development approach 9 An overview of practice development 133 Kim Manley 10 Creating flourishing workplaces 150 Jan Dewing and Brendan McCormack 11 Helping health-care practitioners to flourish: critical companionship at work 162 Angie Titchen and Karen Hammond 12 Navigating organisational change: being a person-centred facilitator 172 Famke van Lieshout Section IV: Adapting the principles of person-centred practice 13 A narrative approach to person-centredness with older people in residential long-term care 183 Catherine Buckley 14 Person-centred health services for children 193 Val Wilson and Annette Solman 15 Meeting the challenges of person-centredness in acute care 205 Christine Boomer and Tanya McCance 16 Person-centredness, recovery and user involvement in mental health services 215 Marit Borg and Bengt Karlsson 17 Weathering the seasons of practice development: moving towards a person-centred culture in complex continuing care 225 Nadine Janes, Barbara Cowie, Jennifer Haynes, Penney Deratnay, Shannon Burke and Barbara Bell 18 Person-centred community nursing 236 Caroline Dickson 19 Person-centredness in palliative care 248 Antonia Lannie and Lorna Peelo-Kilroe 20 A considered reflection and re-presenting the Person-centred Practice Framework 259 Tanya McCance and Brendan McCormack Index 265
Professor Brendan McCormack is Head of the Division of Nursing at the School of Health Sciences, Queen Margaret University, Scotland. He is Editor-in-Chief of The International Journal of Older People Nursing and a member of the editorial board of: The Journal of Applied Gerontology; International Practice Development Journal; Online Journal of Issues in Nursing; Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing; Educational Action Research: an international journal; and, the Journal of Compassionate Care. Tanya McCance is Mona Grey Professor for Nursing Research and Development at the Institute of Nursing Research/School of Nursing, University of Ulster & Co-Director - Nursing R&D, Belfast Health & Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland.
"The book is a simple and easy read. However, it clearly states the importance of patient-centered practice and is filled with pertinent examples of how readers can use this framework in every nursing/healthcare setting." (Doody Enterprises, 2016)