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Master Thesis

Le parcours de soins MEDISIS : extension d'une expérimentation au sein d'un service de Soins de Suite et de Réadaptation

Abstract : MEDISIS healthcare path is gravitating around the elderly patient with multiple illnesses and medication. This therapeutic alliance allows for a more secure medication therapy. It emulates a positive interaction between users and professionals independent as well as hospital clinicians, for a better care of the elderly. The point of this work is to carry out a situational analysis of the clinical pharmacy practices within a follow-up care and rehabilitation service in order to develop and harmonize a safe healthcare protocol. In order to improve the practices, the efficiency and the quality, there is the identification of the constraints and the levers following the analysis of any areas for improvement and any development opportunities. It also includes a compilation of effective clinical pharmacy practices in other comparable institutions. By using project management tools, the harmonization of the practices is established in respect of the MEDISIS’ specifications. Through abundant internal information, the contribution of external designs and the conception of project management tools allow the project implantation. Thus this expertise allows building this project’s extension within a follow-up care and rehabilitation service. This approach falls within the context of improving the efficiency and quality of care.
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Emérentienne Vallier. Le parcours de soins MEDISIS : extension d'une expérimentation au sein d'un service de Soins de Suite et de Réadaptation. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02417697⟩



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