Person centered healthcare is a way of thinking and doing things which have into account person needs, will, values, narratives, social and lifestyle circunstances. This implies new types of procedures, relationships and lawful questions. These issues will be presented and discussed against a bioethics perspective.
09:30-09:45 - Ana Sofia Carvalho
Bioethics and Person Centered Healthcare
09:45-10:00 - Susana Teixeira
Narrative enriched care for Person Centered Healthcare
10:00-10:15 - Filomena Girão
Medical law for Person Centered Healthcare
Patient and public involvement in healthcare.
The question of evidence in healthcare continues to evoke controversies, and the successive action paradigms demand new competencies. Mind-body medicine must constitute a permanent background and new thinking systems must be developed and tested in all health areas.
11:00-11:15 - Mary Chambers
Patient and public involvement in healthcare: a fundamental prerequisite for person-centred care
11:15-11:30 - Henrique Barros
What is to be competent in Public Health?
11:30-11:45 - Jaime Milheiro
In face of the tremendous scientific and technological advances in medicine, along with an accompanying collapse of humanistic values, a significant modification of the medical school curricula is needed. It should include concerns with health literacy of the population, patient empowerment, as well as social and humanistic sensibility of healthcare professionals.
14:00-14:15 - Andrew Miles
Why should we ‘do’ person-centered care? What is the evidence for person-centred care?
14:15-14:30 - Manuel Cardoso de Oliveira
How do we educate physicians in these new times
14:30-14:45 - Rui Estrada
Health literacy and Patient Centered Healthcare
Artificial intelligence, capable of solving problems that normally require human intelligence, has seen a great rise of interest due to significant advances in effectiveness. But there is a double face in the new technology, what forces us to critically balance its use.
15:30-15:45 - Andrew Miles
Person-centered care: a new way of ‘thinking’ and ‘doing’ in clinical practice
15:45-16:00 - Michael Loughlin
Medicine and Science – what went wrong?
16:00-16:15 - Tiago Taveira
Clinical decisions in the era of artificial intelligence
Cancer, as a chronic disease, demands new approaches. Ethic and philosophical implications of new developments will be discussed.
09:00-09:15 - Manuel Sobrinho Simões
Person Centered Healthcare in the management of patients with cancer
09:15-09:30 - Jonathan Elliott Asbridge
Operational implementation of person-centred healthcare concepts and methodology in clinical practice
09:30-09:45 - Michael Loughlin
Focus on shared clinical decision making. The need of conceptual clarification
Implementation of quality improvement projects is at the center of all healthcare institutions concerns. An all level strategy for quality improvement, from home to hospital care, will be discussed by diverse specialists.
10:30-10:45 - Ana Azevedo
Integrated clinical pathways between home, primary and hospital care for cancer patients
10:45-11:00 - Sofia Correia
Improving access to hospital specialty care
11:00-11:15 - Nuno Pereira
KPC (Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase) control through antimicrobial stewardship (AMS), surveillance and cohorting
Chair: Carla Fernandes, Cristina Amaral, Filomena Girão, João Paulo Pina, Lurdes Gandra, Paulo Moreira, Pedro Reis, Rui Cruz, Tiago Taveira