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IPE

  • Interprofessional Practice and Education
    • breakdown professional barriers that inhibits the easy flow of prevention and management of disease for individual patients and population groups

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Why IPE?

  • Healthcare workforce needs
  • practice pattern of various professions
  • data on quality of care
  • cost-effectiveness of care
    • preventative>reactive
  • access to care

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What are the 4 core competency domains of IPE?

  • Values/ethics
  • roles/responsibilities
  • Interprofessional communication
  • teams and teamwork

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Why should the dental profession engage in inter professional practice and education?

  • Dentistry=critical part of primary care in the US
  • Providers must be able to communicate effectively with other primary care providers

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Person-Centered Care

  • knowing the person behind the patient
  • a human being with reason, will, feelings and needs
  • Identifying Patients as people
    • risk of reducing the person to their diseases alone or specific procedures they require to obtain good health
  • Consider aspects of patients life:
    • subjectivity and integration w/a given enviroment
    • strengths
    • future plans
    • rights
  • Shift away from the patient as a target of medical intervention
    • contractual arrangement involving the patient as an ACTIVE part of his care and decision making
  • provides concordance b/w the provider and patient on tx plans
  • improves health outcomes
  • increases patient satisfaction

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Person-Centered Care vs Patient-Centered Care

  • A Person 
    • embodies the whole being 
      • not just medical aspect
    • legal responsibility for own actions
    • Patient centered
      • objectify and reduce the person to someone receiving medical services

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Person-centered care

  • Shift away from the patient as a target of medical intervention

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Person-Centered Care in dentistry

  • Concept is in:
    • ADA principles of Biomedical ethics
    • principle of informed consent

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ADA Principles of Biomedical Ethics

  • Patient Autonomy
  • Nonmaleficence
  • Beneficience 
  • Justice
  • Veracity

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Patient Autonomy

  • dentists have the duty to tx the patient according to their desires 
    • what they want

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Nonmaleficence

do no harm

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Beneficence

Dentists act to maximize the patients welfare at all times

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Justice

dentists have a duty to be fair with patients, colleagues, and society

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Veracity

Maintain the truth in all professional relationships

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What is treatment planning?

  • Foundation that comprehensive, interdisciplinary and interprofessinal, person-centered care is built

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What does treatment planning require?

  • knowledge
  • clinical proficiency
  • critical thinking
  • communication skills

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What does treatment planning require?

  • knowledge
  • clinical proficiency
  • critical thinking
  • communication skills