Proper health education is a vital component to ensuring patients’ satisfaction, safety, and well-being. To achieve this goal, interdisciplinary collaboration has emerged as an innovative method for promoting healthy living.
Healthcare Community Synergism between Patients, Practitioners, and Researchers is an authoritative reference source for the latest scholarly research on the various collaborative efforts to improve the current state of health systems and patient education. Highlighting research methodologies aimed to enrich the quality of available information in healthcare environments, this book is ideally designed for medical professionals, educators, and researchers.
- Aging Attributes
- Community-Based Learning
- Cultural Perspectives
- Health Literacy
- Quality of Life Concerns
- Self-Health Management
- Technological Applications
Reviews and Testimonials
In this work, international contributors in nursing and medical education, educational leadership, art education, art therapy, and organizational leadership seek to connect the fields of education and medicine to demonstrate collaborations among patients, practitioners, and researchers. The goal is to encourage a collaborative approach for preventing and managing chronic disease and promoting health communities. Cases show how programs and services help people develop life skills in health management, with special emphasis on helping minorities and poor people. Some subjects covered include therapeutic visual arts, writing healing narratives, the neuroscience of grief and grieving, promoting humanism through curricular design, and stress and its relationship to leadership in a healthy workplace culture. B&w illustrations, charts, and diagrams are included.
– ProtoView Reviews
Recommended to practitioners and students and faculty of universities with curriculum in healthcare.
– Lucy Heckman, Associate Professor/Librarian, St. John's University, American Reference Books Annual (ARBA)