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International program
Sara Blücher
Stefanie Eigenraam
Ausra Gedmintaite
Karel Hejduk
Aiga Reneslâce - Klovina
Nele Vanmulders
Presentation
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Introduction
Brainstorm
Case
Process
Conclusion
Introduction
Goal of the project:
Work together with different
nationalities and sharing your own
perception on nursing
Introduction
Questions which should be answered:
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What care is given by the nurse?
Is there going to be transmural
care?
Which stakeholders are involved?
Brainstorm
Brainstorm
Category one: Care
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Prevention;
Healing;
Suppression.
Brainstorm
Category two: Ethics
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See possibilities, not only disabilities;
Respecting patient’s autonomy;
Ethics;
Empathy;
Holistic view;
‘Being there’ for the patient.
Brainstorm
Category three: Specialist knowledge
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Know what you’re doing and why you’re
doing it;
Specialist knowledge;
Responsibility;
Comfort / safety / confidence;
Observe;
Multicultural knowledge;
Medical / technical skills;
Psychology knowledge.
Brainstorm
Category four: Communication skills in the team
Inform
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Communication
Multidisciplinary collaboration;
Communication with the patient;
Delegation;
Common goal / view;
Innovator;
Continuity;
Coordination.
Motivation
Brainstorm
Category four: Communication skills to the patient
Inform
Communication
Motivation
 Communication with the patient;
 Family participation;
 Link between patient and doctor and
patient and family.
Brainstorm
Inform:
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Intra professional
Other professionals (M.D)
Patient and family:
Medication;
treatment / options;
patients organization;
disease;
prevention;
the health care system: other professions skills
and tasks.
Case
Egberdien Vaartstra, 52 years old
 Single for 20 years
 Children; one daughter (32) and
one son (30); live nearby
 Owner of her own snack bar
Medical diagnoses
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Extensive small-cell carcinoma
Lung cancer, spread to the liver
Prognosis
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Total recovery is not possible
Heightened BSE, high leucos and
differentiation, abnormal liver function
Medical treatment
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5 chemotherapy treatments
Suppression and keeping the tumor
under control
She’s thinking….
Am I going to die?
What is going to happen after chemotherapy?
What are the alternatives?
What happens if I get sicker..
And my business?
Are my children also at risk for lung cancer?
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Process
Process
Process
Process
General conclusion
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What is best for the patient?
Should we involve a lot of professions
around the patient or just gather a few?
When should the professions meet?
How often and under what circumstances
should we meet?
How and when shall the M.C. – group
approach the patient?
When can we speak of ‘multidisciplinary
collaboration’ ?
 Finally we did it… 