The Value of Person-Centered Care, the dynamic that allows both people meaningful experience as they learn together

Beverlee McIntosh shared Wendy Birkhan’s (member of SWAG Steering Committee) article in Social Work TodayThe Value of Person-Centered Care.

Birkhan’s article is easily translational for any of us working side by side with clients in their own community. The benchmarks and process of the often aspired for “patient centred care” are outlined.

Access via http://www.socialworktoday.com/archive/011915p8.shtml

or via http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/17ede0a8#/17ede0a8/9

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