This webpage summarises a briefing paper developed by ImROC which examines the current approaches to risk assessment and management in mental health services, and calls for them to be changed so they are more supportive of individual recovery.
The House of Care describes four key interdependent components that, if implemented together, will achieve patient centred, coordinated service for people living with long term conditions and their carers.
One person, one team, one system: Report of the Independent Commission on Whole Person Care for the Labour Party
The report describes the case for change and the need to achieve services where the needs of one person are addressed by people acting as one team, from organisations behaving as one system. It sets out how a more integrated system should look and how it can be achieved, including co-management and shared decision making.
This position statement sets out the Royal College of Physicians' (RCP) commitment to shared decision making and self-management support and describes its approach to promoting these.
The charter sets out a summary of people's rights and responsibilities, and what they can expect when you use NHS services and receive NHS care in Scotland. The right to be informed, and involved, in decisions about health care and services is one of six explicit rights.