Resources and Output

For an exploration of the concept of 'Person-centredness', read the article - "An Exploration of Person-Centredness in Practice" by McCance, McCormack and Dewing (2011).

Following is a list of resources and output generated by the Centre for Person-centred Practice Research. Click on individual files to download them.

Person-centred Practice Framework

Download high-resolution images of the framework.

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Person-centred Nursing Framework

Download high-resolution image of the framework.

PCPI - S

The Person-Centred Practice Inventory - Staff (PCPI - S) is a psychometrically valid instrument that maps specifically to a theoretical framework for person-centred practice (Person-centred practice framework) and provides a generic measure of person-centredness.

PCPI - S Scoring key

PCPI - S instructions for scoring the instrument.

Context assessment index CAI

CAI Scoring key

Instructions for scoring.

Workplace culture critical analysis tool - revised WCCAT

Description for WCCAT.

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WCCAT Scoring key

Instructions for scoring.

Person-centred moments - method 1

Description.

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Person-centred moments - method 2

Description.

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Person-centred moments - Scoring key

Instructions for scoring.

Key performance indices KPI

Description of the indices.

KPI Scoring key

Scoring instructions.

PCPI - S (Norwegian)

Person-centred health care has widespread recognition, but there are few instruments aimed at measuring the provision of person-centred practice among health care professionals across a range of settings. The Person-centred Practice Inventory – Staff (PCPI-S) is a new instrument for this purpose, theoretically aligned with McCormack & McCance’s person-centred framework, which has been translated and culturally adapted into Norwegian.

PCPI - S (Swiss)

PCPI - S (German)

PCPI - S (Malaysian)

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