Tagged With "Patient-Centered"

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Free Training for Patients with Asthma to Learn About Research (Chattanooga)

AAFA Community Services ·
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation is holding a training session for patients, parents and/or caregivers of people with asthma to learn about research.
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K8sMom2002 ·
Oh, I wish I lived closer to TN ... this sounds really interesting!
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Re: Join Us in Thanking Lynda Mitchell for Her Contributions to Patient-Centered Care

lynne ·
Just a comment Patient Centered Care (the term) is also used for socialized medicine. If you are unlucky enough to have managed care...that is what it is. Less access to doctors and medicines. Everyone in the 'clinic' knows all about you...they can discuss you. I'm a privacy nut I don't care for sharing of my medical info without my permission. Just know this term is used for more things than one.
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Join Us in Thanking Lynda Mitchell for Her Contributions to Patient-Centered Care

AAFA Community Services ·
Today, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) honors Lynda Mitchell’s dedication and service to people with asthma and allergies. Her last day as Chief Operating Officer of AAFA will be on the first of August. Lynda will be pursuing other opportunities. “Lynda Mitchell’s groundbreaking formation of Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) in 1998 created a new benchmark in the patient-centered care movement. Her deep dedication and continuing commitment to families and patients, as well...
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AAFA Community Services ·
Thank you for your comment. The IOM (Institute of Medicine) defines patient-centered care as: “Providing care that is respectful of, and responsive to, individual patient preferences, needs and values, and ensuring that patient values guide all clinical decisions.” Thanks!
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Shea ·
Thank you Lynda Mitchell! I developed food allergies at age 13 after a major intestinal surgery for ulcerative colitis. My son has had food allergies from at least age 3. I had difficulty handling my own food allergies when I was a teenager and then in college and had many ER visits as my reactions progressively got worse. So when my son had allergies, I found a lot of great information and printables online and love to show my son the pictures from events to show him that we are not alone...
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Re: Join Us in Thanking Lynda Mitchell for Her Contributions to Patient-Centered Care

LyndaM ·
Thank you @Shae! I really appreciate your comments and I'm glad KFA and AAFA have been of help to you and your family. I was and still am a firm believer in patient empowerment and being the best advocates for ourselves and our families with regard to our health care. Best wishes to you and thank you again! Lynda Linked In | Twitter
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