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November 2019, Week 4

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Rob Penfold <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 26 Nov 2019 01:08:59 +0000
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Our health services is redesigning the medications list given to patients at discharge to make it more consumer friendly, so it would be very useful to see what other health services are doing



A bit of an ask but if you have a friendly pharmacist in your health service and are inclined – could you forward this email to said friendly pharmacist to see if they can provide an example (de-identified of course). Happy to share any responses back in turn. Or perhaps  this is an area of interest and you have some useful comments / resources etc



On the theme of consumer information, I noticed Patient Education Genius<https://urldefense.com/v3/__https:/dashboard.coherentrx.com/Home/Landing__;!S8B3y6B9KVA!f1n1cwpxF5CtrHBrgMl8mUh0hXNkIUIAYxnXYGvBVS2Kne8IkPFLDeKwQJ9E7p1EOIFNQw$> the other day which seems pretty extensive (but haven’t looked too closely at it yet)



Finally, the PUPs<https://library.barwonhealth.org.au/pups> site is our attempt to provide quick accessible core messages for clinicians in the areas of patient centred care, understanding (health literacy), patient preferences and shared decision making – important areas for health service accreditation as well as patient care itself of coures. As well as the core messages, it also has extra resources such as short videos, infographics etc for clinicians who want to know more (some are local intranet links).


Just in case any parts are of use to anyone or any comments etc



ta, Rob

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