Flashcards in Biopsychosocial Model of Care Deck (13):
What are the 5 components of client-centred care?
- Body Systems
- Life Stage
What are some of the cultural diversity considerations?
- Attitudes to disability
- Preferred practitioner gender
- Modesty, dress, sexuality, privacy
- Belief in treatment
What are some of the health care setting considerations?
- Increasing demands of chronic conditions & ageing
- Health care in teams
- Better informed patients
What are some strategies for ensuring compliance to exercises?
- Find out the client's barriers
- Link exercises with daily activities
- Task-specific exercises
- Motivational interviewing
- Keep a diary/phone apps
What are the three components of the biopsychosocial model?
- Physical (biological, genetic, pathologies, injuries, fitness, nutrition)
- Social (environment, home, work, capacity to change)
What are some examples of risk factors for failure in women?
- Persistent pain
- Radiating pain
- Increasing job seniority
- No having a unionised jon
- Fear avoidance beliefs towards work
What are some examples of risk factors for failure in men?
- Decreasing age
- Poor self-reported health status
- Thoracic pain
- Previous back surgery
If a patient comes back with back pain after 2 weeks, who should you refer them to and why?
Social worker, psychologist, life coach. Because many of the risk factors ass. with back pain are not biomedical
What have studies found about the relationship between road accidents and recovery?
'Not at fault' people display more emotional and mental disturbance, particularly females
What have studies found about the relationship between compensation and recovery?
Claiming compensation and psychological factors were independent predictors of worse health status at 12 months
What is self-efficacy?
Confidence in your ability to achieve
What are 4 methods of increasing self-efficacy?
- Performance outcomes
- Vicarious experience
- Verbal persuasion
- Physiological feedback