Journal title SALUTE E SOCIETÀ
Author/s Annamaria Perino, Elisa Di Qual
Publishing Year 2017 Issue 2017/3 Language Italian
Pages 15 P. 104-118 File size 191 KB
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In the context of palliative care, characterized by a multi-professional approach that deals with the overall care of the sick person and his family, the assessment of Social Work is part of a broader assessment of needs, aimed at activating interventions aim to encourage continuity of care and collaboration between the different services of the network. The research realized in a Health Agency of the Veneto Region, in the period September 2012 - February 2014, was used to know and develop the social skills in the field of protected discharge and draw up a communication protocol, which was adopted by the entire professional community of social workers, to taking charge of the patient with complex chronic and palliative care program. The results showed that a shared mode and participatory evaluation of the need may support home care, reduce residential projects and facilitate the proper use of places in hospice.
Keywords: Care; health and social integration; global approach; house assistance; communi-cation; continuity of care.
Annamaria Perino, Elisa Di Qual, Il contributo del Servizio Sociale alla promozione della continuità assistenziale tra i servizi per i malati in cure palliative. Una indagine nella ULSS 4 "Alto Vicentino" in "SALUTE E SOCIETÀ" 3/2017, pp 104-118, DOI: 10.3280/SES2017-003009