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Hodges Model Podcast Part 1 Summary Slides 2006

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Health & Medicine

Published on September 25, 2008

Author: h2cm

Source: slideshare.net

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These 10 slides provide a summary to the first podcast introducing Hodges' model. Developed in health and social this conceptual framework can be used universally and comprises four knowledge (care) domains: sciences, INTRAPERSONAL, political and SOCIOLOGY.
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Introductory notes: Hodges model was created by Brian E. Hodges in the 1980s This presentation is purposely basic and un-themed. These 10 slides summarise the first* podcast on Hodges model posted online in late 2006: http://www.archive.org/details/PeterJonesHodgesModelPodcastPart1WelcometotheQuad See also the complete podcast notes (with suggested answers to the two questions). Website: Hodges model Blog: Welcome to the QUAD Efforts are underway to create a new website using Drupal the content management system Contact - h2cmng at yahoo.co.uk *The second should be better!

Hodges model was created by Brian E. Hodges in the 1980s

This presentation is purposely basic and un-themed.

These 10 slides summarise the first* podcast on Hodges model posted online in late 2006:

http://www.archive.org/details/PeterJonesHodgesModelPodcastPart1WelcometotheQuad

See also the complete podcast notes (with suggested answers to the two questions).

Website: Hodges model

Blog: Welcome to the QUAD

Efforts are underway to create a new website using Drupal the content management system

Contact - h2cmng at yahoo.co.uk

*The second should be better!

PODCAST Welcome to the Quad http://www.archive.org/details/PeterJonesHodgesModelPodcastPart1WelcometotheQuad An Introduction to Hodges Health Career Model Part 1 Presented by Peter Jones © 2006

Aims & Objectives how and why the model was formulated its structure rationale for its content draw and label the model describe the model’s axes differentiate between the model’s care domains and their scope/content While developed in health and social care, Hodges model has universal potential

how and why the model was formulated

its structure

rationale for its content

draw and label the model

describe the model’s axes

differentiate between the model’s care domains and their scope/content

Brian E Hodges Brian was a senior lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, he retired in 2005 Taught on learning disability, community mental health, health visitor, district nursing and other programmes Community Mental Health Nursing course - case study using Hodges model 1985-87 nursing process, models

Brian was a senior lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, he retired in 2005

Taught on learning disability, community mental health, health visitor, district nursing and other programmes

Community Mental Health Nursing course - case study using Hodges model

1985-87 nursing process, models

Why bother? Models are no longer flavour of the month. In this age of multidisciplinary teams and integrated care surely nursing models have no role to play except possibly within nurse education. If there was little or no time in the 80s and 90s for models in practise, then there certainly isn’t now. And even if you are old enough to have the experience and things really do go round in circles this is one turn to many.

Models are no longer flavour of the month.

In this age of multidisciplinary teams and integrated care surely nursing models have no role to play except possibly within nurse education.

If there was little or no time in the 80s and 90s for models in practise, then there certainly isn’t now.

And even if you are old enough to have the experience and things really do go round in circles this is one turn to many.

Hodges model: developed to address four problems To produce a curriculum development tool. To help ensure holistic assessment and evaluation. To support reflective practice, individually and in a group. To reduce the theory-practice gap.

To produce a curriculum development tool.

To help ensure holistic assessment and evaluation.

To support reflective practice, individually and in a group.

To reduce the theory-practice gap.

Brian Hodges’ questions: Who do nurses care for? Individuals Groups and whole populations: global health What do nurses do? Mechanistic: tasks, procedures, treatments Humanistic: personal, empathy, caring

Who do nurses care for?

Individuals

Groups and whole populations: global health

What do nurses do?

Mechanistic: tasks, procedures, treatments

Humanistic: personal, empathy, caring

Model diagrammatic formulation Paper exercise - output:

Paper exercise - output:

Key assumptions: Physical care informed by the SCIENCES Emotional care informed by INTERPERSONAL – Psychology Health and Social Care theory and practice are centred on the individual and the situations encountered.

Physical care informed by the SCIENCES

Emotional care informed by INTERPERSONAL – Psychology

Health and Social Care theory and practice are centred on the individual and the situations encountered.

Care Domains & Content SCIENCES POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY INTERPERSONAL

SCIENCES

POLITICAL

SOCIOLOGY

INTERPERSONAL

Closing Questions Sciences domain individual focus and yet groups must also be considered – public health. Is this a weakness of the model, or does it highlight the transition from individual care to care of groups which instantly becomes politicised? Is there a concept common across all domains that constitutes a fourth assumption?

Sciences domain individual focus and yet groups must also be considered – public health. Is this a weakness of the model, or does it highlight the transition from individual care to care of groups which instantly becomes politicised?

Is there a concept common across all domains that constitutes a fourth assumption?

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