Patient compliance and patient education
In order to assist in compliance with a difficult patient like Alma, it is important to approach the situation with collaboration. This means engaging other stakeholders such as the patient’s family members, healthcare providers, and community support services. By involving all relevant parties in the conversation, we can create an environment of understanding and mutual respect that will foster greater compliance from the patient.
Additionally, collaboration allows us to identify any potential gaps or issues in our care plan and adjust accordingly. For example, if there are social factors affecting Alma’s ability to comply with treatment recommendations (e.g., lack of family support), then by working together we can develop strategies for addressing these issues that may improve compliance over time. Ultimately, partnership between all involved individuals is key for achieving success when dealing with a difficult patient like Alma.