5P Framework in Healthcare

The 5P Framework in Healthcare is a strategic plan that focuses on five key areas to improve patient care and outcomes: (1) Prevention, which emphasizes proactive measures to reduce the risk of diseases and complications; (2) Precision, which involves tailoring medical interventions based on individual patient characteristics; (3) Participation, which encourages patient engagement in their care; (4) Personalization, which highlights the need for customized care plans to address each patient's unique needs; and (5) Population Health, which targets interventions at the community level to improve overall health outcomes. By combining these five parts, healthcare organizations will be better able to deal with the complex and interconnected problems that face modern healthcare systems.

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"Comprehensive 5P framework for active aging using the ecological approach: an iterative systematic review"

This narrative review was systematically conducted with the aim of defining the concept of active aging based on the ecological model. According to the findings, a 5P model, with 5 themes, including person, prime (health), process, place, and policymaking and 15 subthemes, was developed as the main framework of the ecological model of active aging. This framework provides the notion of the concept of active aging as a multidimensionality, multilayered (environment), and contextual concept from an ecological standpoint. The results of this study showed that personal characteristics, sociocultural and economic environments, place, and policymaking lead to more health and active life in the elderly (active aging).

"A thematic analysis of the multidisciplinary team understanding of the 5P Team Formulation Model and its evaluation on a Psychosis Rehabilitation Unit"

This research was conducted by Kara McTiernan, Louisa Jackman, Lucy Robinson, and Mair Thomas. It was published in the Community Mental Health Journal. The study investigated the multidisciplinary team understanding of the 5P team formulation model and its evaluation on a psychosis rehabilitation unit. Six participants from one multidisciplinary team were individually interviewed. The data was analysed using thematic analysis and this resulted in three main themes: The configuration of 5P team formulation on a psychosis rehabilitation unit, team formulation has multiple functions and team formulation does not require transformational change. Participants evidently understood the 5P model. Team formulation functioned as a cognitive learning process that enabled broader knowledge and a deeper understanding of individual clients. It also facilitated staff to have a space to discuss client cases whilst reinforcing team support and working. It was an informal process that was not directly linked to intervention. However, it indirectly influenced clinical practice both at a team and on an individual level. There were no reported drawbacks to team formulation, and it did not require change.

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