A Practical Approach to Interdisciplinary Complex Rehabilitation
- Covers a wide range of different complex rehabilitation settings and clinical conditions
- Reflective questions in each chapter to inform practice within an IDT
- User-friendly and easy to read
- Case studies explore how a successful IDT works in practice
The interdisciplinary team (IDT) approach is the most effective approach in complex physical rehabilitation - but implementing a successful IDT can be challenging. This new book will help readers to understand more about the variety of professions that contribute to successful IDT working and how team members work together for the benefit of the rehabilitation patient and their personalised goals.
This is a comprehensive, practical, evidence-based guide to complex rehabilitation from an IDT perspective, exploring the dynamic and diverse roles and challenges of the team. The fifteen chapters are written by clinicians who are highly experienced across a range of disciplines and settings, from early acute rehabilitation to community rehabilitation.
A Practical Approach to Interdisciplinary Complex Rehabilitation will be an invaluable resource for all members of the team, including medical, nursing, dietetics, neuropsychiatry, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, psychology, rehabilitation coordination, speech and language therapy, and vocational rehabilitation therapy.
|Author Information||Edited by Cara Pelser; Helen Banks and Ganesh Bavikatte|
|Table of Content||
1. Complex rehabilitation in an interdisciplinary team context Jo Haworth (Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist)
2. Medicial management in rehabilitation Dr Helen Banks (Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine) and Dr Ganesh Bavikatte (Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine)
3. The role and impact of the nurse in rehabilitation Nicola Hill (Rehabilitation Co-ordinator) and Clare Moore
4. 24 hour approach to physical management Emily Low, Physiotherapist and Emily Wilson-Barry
5. Adjusting to life after illness or injury Dr Cara Pelser (Clinical Psychologist)
6. Mental health in complex rehabilitation Dr Kevin Foy (Consultant Neuropsychiatrist)
7. Challenging behaviour in complex rehabilitation Dr Peter Kinsella (Clincial Psychologist)
8. Cognition; Assessment and Rehabilitation Nicola Branscombe and Wendy Owen (Occupational Therapists)
9. Communiction disorders Elaine Bailey
10. Speech and Language therapy; dysphagia Elaine Bailey
11. Prolonged disorders of consciousness Mary Ankers (Speech and Language Therapist)
12. Nutrition and dietetics in rehabilitation Joanne Sim (Dietician)
13. Vocational rehabilitation Ray Langford (Vocational Rehabilitation Therapist)
14. A patients perspective
(TBC once proposal approved. Two patient's have been approached and expressed interest).
15. Supporting the socioeconomic needs of patients and their families within the context of a complex rehabilitation setting. Creating opportunities through collaboration, rehabilitation and beyond.
Claire Hendry (Rehabilitation Co-ordinator), Siobhan Mealey and Sian Jenkins
CONCLUSION DR CARA PELSER (CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST) AND DR HELEN BANKS (CONSULTANT IN REHABILITATION MEDICINE)
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