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Proposal for the creation of a CEN/PC "Minimum requirements of patient involvement in person-centred care"

Proposal for the creation of a CEN/PC "Minimum requirements of patient involvement in person-centred care"

 

Proposal for the creation of a CEN/PC "Minimum requirements of patient involvement in person-centred care"

 

The national standards body of Sweden (SIS) makes a proposal for the creation of a new Project Committee “Minimum requirements of patient involvement in person-centered care”.

 

Based on the concept of “person-centered care” the proposal of Sweden consists of establishing a common European standard that specifies the minimum requirements for patient involvement in health care services provision. The main focus will be the provision of such health care services that ensure the opportunity for choice and orientation of healthcare treatment in view of patient’s needs and values. Another important aspect of the standard will be initiating and developing a partnership between patients, relatives that take care of them and the healthcare professionals.

 

The main purpose of this proposal is to increase the quality of care for European citizens and to establish a common quality reference for evaluation and comparison of person-centered care in European countries.

 

The national stakeholders can provide their position on the proposal by 4 of April 2016 to Kamelia Milanova, email: kamelia.milanova@bds-bg.org, tel. +359 2 81 74 539.

 

For more information about the proposal see: here

01 Feb 2016