Whose needs are being met?

This week Ken Donaldson tells us of two elderly and frail patients, who both needed care and treatment. The care received by one, helped Ken to questions whose needs were being met when it came to decisions about patient care, which resulted in a different approach for the second. These great examples highlight how when Ken reflected on his practice it made a difference to his future practice and the care his patients would receive.

Whose needs are being met? by Ken Donaldson on the Ayrshire Health blog

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Working in local gov, managing a frontline service for families. I love Shropshire, love family and love information and blog about all three. There is also the occasional mention of cake and caek.

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