Advocating for the Patient in an Interprofessional Environment (#1202)
This simulation was developed in collaboration with Carolyn Loy and Debbie Gillis at Toronto East General Hospital and Tracey Dyer at Centennial College.
A woman with terminal cancer wants to die at home. She and/or her oldest daughter meet with the health care team to discuss her options.
- Coordinate the needs of the patient and family within the scope of practice of the team members
- Develop and practice skills necessary to be responsive to each other's assessment
- Negotiate changes in the patient care plan
- Ensure synthesis of interdisciplinary findings
- Create a comprehensive and collaborative plan of care
Information for Learners
Mrs. Pink was admitted to the hospital after a fall at home. She has end stage cancer and wishes to return home as soon as possible.
- Mrs. Pink and/or her daughter Sarah
A mix of any of the following:
- Registered Nurse
- Registered Psychiatric Nurse
- Social Worker
- Speech and Language Pathologist
- Occupational Therapist
- Hospital room
- Aging and Personal Well Being
- Health Care
- Interdisciplinary Practice
- Mental Health