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Patient-centred care and the biopsychosocial model

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Patient-centred care and the biopsychosocial model

Chris Molyneux
18 March 2022

In my last series of articles for Wounds UK last year, I introduced the Personcentred approach, and took each of the core conditions (genuineness, acceptance and understanding) to look at how we could use these to inform our approach to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year I am hoping to write a series of articles, that still use my experience as a psychotherapist, and my passion for the personcentred approach, to look at some other areas of life, which aim to enhance our approach and outlook in both personal and professional areas. I would like to use this initial article to begin exploring the relationship that we create with patients, as it is so central to the care we offer and the quality of relationships that we create.

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