Quality (319) Quality care for people with severe mental disorders in low-resource settings (2)

25 December, 2021

Perhaps some of the primary care training tools could also be shared with kinship and non kinship family members of the patients with severe mental disorders as well as with primary care workers.

Kinship and non kinship families are also involved in "the management" of patients with severe mental disorders as well as of patients with severe learning difficulties. As with shared and voproduced records the care would be "delegated but not abdicated" and a shared digital record with entries from families - and patients - would be helpful.

HIFA profile: Richard Fitton is a retired family doctor - GP, British Medical Association. Professional interests: Health literacy, patient partnership of trust and implementation of healthcare with professionals, family and public involvement in the prevention of modern lifestyle diseases, patients using access to professional records to overcome confidentiality barriers to care, patients as part of the policing of the use of their patient data

Email address: richardpeterfitton7 AT gmail.com