EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION: ICPCM EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ON PERSON-CENTERED CARE: CARE PLANNING, SHARED DECISION MAKING, AND INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION

Authors

  • James Appleyard Board Advisor and Former President, International College of Person Centered Medicine; Former President, World Medical Association; President, International Association of Medical Colleges
  • Juan Mezzich Professor of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York; Hipólito Unanue Chair of Person-Centered Medicine, San Marcos National University, Lima; Former President, World Psychiatric Association; Secretary General and Former President, International College of Person Centered Medicine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5750/ijpcm.v8i4.894

Keywords:

person-centered medicine, educational program, person-centered care, International College of Person Centered Medicine, listening, narrative, communication, common ground, comorbidity, palliative care, interprofessional collaboration

Abstract

This journal issue includes the third part of the Educational Program on Person-Centered Care of the International College of Person Centered Medicine (ICPCM) that in its initial version was presented at the 6th International Congress of Person Centered Medicine in New Delhi in November 2018. The overall themes of the four papers [1–4] are the planning of care, shared decision making, and interprofessional collaboration. In addition, there is the Lima Declaration 2018 entitled “Towards a Latin American Construction of Persons-Centered Integral Health Care,” which recognizes how important these concepts are to the development of general strategies for integrated health care with persons placed at the center of and as the goal of health actions. Reports from the Symposium on Person-Centered Medicine held during the 2018 World Medical Association’s Conference in Reykjavik and the First Peruvian Conference on Person-Centered Medicine add further evidence of the importance of these perspectives.

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Published

2020-07-22

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