The School of Health Professions and the Institute of Health and Community are pleased to invite you to their November lecture entitled ‘Interprofessional collaboration in primary care: how to improve efficiency and effectiveness?’ presented via video link by Dr Ramon Daniels of Zuyd University, The Netherlands.
The project, 'Interprofessional self-management support', intends to increase the quality of the goal setting process and improve interprofessional collaboration and will address the following points:
- The urge for interprofessional cooperation in primary care
- The rationale of the project
- The Intervention Mapping protocol
- Current situation
- Determinants of change
- Intervention development
- Features of the intervention
- Further studies
- Discussion with participants.
The project is a cooperation between Zuyd University, Maastricht University, primary healthcare professionals and client organisation Huis voor de Zorg.
Ramon Daniels (PhD) is the project leader working for the Research Centre for Autonomy and Participation for People with Chronic Illnesses of Zuyd University. His research is focused on self-management, person centred care, and interprofessional collaboration in primary care. He is also director of the masters programme Innovation in Complex Care.
Jerôme van Dongen (MSc) studied Health Sciences, and is now working as junior researcher for the Research Centre for Autonomy and Participation for People with Chronic Illnesses of Zuyd University. He is also one of the PhD students working on the project 'Interprofessional self-management support', primarily dealing with improving the interprofessional collaboration in primary care.
This lecture is the next in the School of Health Professions series of lectures covering a number of health related topics by both local and national guest speakers.
This event is free to attend and all are welcome – please book your place via the Eventbrite link above.
Please note that there will be no refreshments provided at this event.