What are the models of consultation?

Consultation models

  • Take the best out of the existing models and incorporate into your own model.
  • The Helmann’s Folk model centres on the patient’s story using empathy to address the patient’s questions.
  • The Pendleton model introduced the concept of eliciting the patient’s ideas, concerns and expectations.

What are the models of counseling consultation?

The mental health model, which is a more general type that happens when an individual asks for a consultation with a counselor who can assess the mental health of an individual. The behavioral model, which is a consultation regarding a client between other professionals.

How do you structure a consultation?

The following is an overview of the timeline of the consultation, with its five major sequential tasks:

  1. Initiating the session. Greeting the patient and establishing rapport.
  2. Information gathering. Initiating information gathering.
  3. The physical examination.
  4. Explaining and planning.
  5. Closing the session.

What is a consultation framework?

Our consultation. framework. This provides a framework of guidance and principles for engaging with our communities. It includes the aims and objectives we have set ourselves, the principles that govern what we do and also our consultation commitments.

Why do we have consultation models?

Consultation models help us understand the patient’s perspective. Better understanding means better concordance and less complaints. Consultation models make us more thorough and therefore safer. Consultation models help teachers teach on the consultation.

What are 3 major models for consultation and collaboration?

Consultation Models

  • Triadic-Dependent.
  • Collaborative-Dependent.
  • Collaborative-Interdependent.

What are Caplan’s 4 types of mental health consultation?

In order to demonstrate the various types of consultation, the following examples are provided.

  • Client-centered case consultation.
  • Consultee-centered case consultation.
  • Program-centered administrative consultation.
  • Consultee-centered administrative consultation.

What makes a good GP consultation?

Effective consulting is an art involving listening to a unique story, extracting useful biopsychosocial information and formulating a safe and effective management plan tailored to the individual. Currently within primary care, GP contracts recommend a minimum consultation length of 10 minutes.

What is the Calgary-Cambridge model used for?

The Calgary-Cambridge Guide (C-CG) is a well-known approach to teaching and training clinical communication skills. It was introduced by Kurtz and Silverman in 1996 [8] to define the communication curriculum and to develop a feasible teaching method.

What are consultation strategies?

Consultation strategy

  • the whole policy making process and.
  • identify the objective of consultations, relevant target groups, appropriate forms of consultation and consultation times.

How should GPS approach consultation?

In particular, GPs should: Show a holistic approach, and understand that consultations have a clinical, psychological and social component, with the relevance of each component varying from consultation to consultation (the ‘triaxial model’)

What is the new consultation model?

It was updated and revised in ‘The New Consultation’ in 2003. This model described seven tasks, which taken together form comprehensive and coherent aims for any consultation: To involve the patient in the management and to encourage the patient to accept appropriate responsibility Roger Neighbour published ‘The Inner Consultation’ in 1987.

What is the Pendleton model of consultation?

This is now widely referred to as the ‘Pendleton’ model of the consultation. It was updated and revised in ‘The New Consultation’ in 2003. This model described seven tasks, which taken together form comprehensive and coherent aims for any consultation:

Is the GP consultation part of the MRCGP curriculum?

It remains an integral part of most medical school curriculums and is taught in depth as part of most vocational training schemes for trainee General Practitioners. The consultation also features in the MRCGP curriculum in ‘Contextual statement 2.01: The GP consultation in practice’: