Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/68293
Title: ‘When do we want the final discharge?’ How the potential tensions between medical expertise and institutional requirements are dealt with in discharge planning
Authors: Keel, S
Schoeb, V 
Keywords: Discharge planning
Patient participation
Interdisciplinary meeting
Medical visits
Conversation analysis
Video analysis
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Universite de Lausanne, Institut de Linguistique et des Sciences du Langage
Source: University of Lausanne. Institut de Linguistique et des Sciences du Langage. Cahiers, 2015, no. 42, p. 57-79 How to cite?
Journal: University of Lausanne. Institut de Linguistique et des Sciences du Langage. Cahiers 
Abstract: To increase patients’ compliance, clinical guidelines insist on their participation in the entire rehabilitation process, including discharge planning (DP). However, very little is known about how this institutional requirement is implemented in the everyday business of a clinic. Adopting a conversation analytic approach, our paper tackles the question of how patients are involved in DP in one particular rehabilitation clinic in French-speaking Switzerland.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/68293
ISSN: 1019-9446
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