The Global Spine Care Initiative: model of care and implementation

Claire D. Johnson*, Scott Haldeman, Roger Chou, Margareta Nordin, Bart N. Green, Pierre Côté, Eric L. Hurwitz, Deborah Kopansky-Giles, Emre Acaroğlu, Christine Cedraschi, Arthur Ameis, Kristi Randhawa, Ellen Aartun, Afua Adjei-Kwayisi, Selim Ayhan, Amer Aziz, Teresa Bas, Fiona Blyth, David Borenstein, O’Dane D. BradyPeter Brooks, Connie Camilleri, Juan M. Castellote, Michael B. Clay, Fereydoun Davatchi, Jean Dudler, Robert Dunn, Stefan Eberspaecher, Juan Emmerich, Jean Pierre Farcy, Norman Fisher-Jeffes, Christine Goertz, Michael Grevitt, Erin A. Griffith, Najia Hajjaj-Hassouni, Jan Hartvigsen, Maria Hondras, Edward J. Kane, Julie Laplante, Nadège Lemeunier, John Mayer, Silvano Mior, Tiro Mmopelwa, Michael Modic, Jean Moss, Rajani Mullerpatan, Elijah Muteti, Lillian Mwaniki, Madeleine Ngandeu-Singwe, Geoff Outerbridge

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Purpose: Spine-related disorders are a leading cause of global disability and are a burden on society and to public health. Currently, there is no comprehensive, evidence-based model of care for spine-related disorders, which includes back and neck pain, deformity, spine injury, neurological conditions, spinal diseases, and pathology, that could be applied in global health care settings. The purposes of this paper are to propose: (1) principles to transform the delivery of spine care; (2) an evidence-based model that could be applied globally; and (3) implementation suggestions. Methods: The Global Spine Care Initiative (GSCI) meetings and literature reviews were synthesized into a seed document and distributed to spine care experts. After three rounds of a modified Delphi process, all participants reached consensus on the final model of care and implementation steps. Results: Sixty-six experts representing 24 countries participated. The GSCI model of care has eight core principles: person-centered, people-centered, biopsychosocial, proactive, evidence-based, integrative, collaborative, and self-sustaining. The model of care includes a classification system and care pathway, levels of care, and a focus on the patient’s journey. The six steps for implementation are initiation and preparation; assessment of the current situation; planning and designing solutions; implementation; assessment and evaluation of program; and sustain program and scale up. Conclusion: The GSCI proposes an evidence-based, practical, sustainable, and scalable model of care representing eight core principles with a six-step implementation plan. The aim of this model is to help transform spine care globally, especially in low- and middle-income countries and underserved communities. Graphical abstract: These slides can be retrieved under Electronic Supplementary Material.[Figure not available: see fulltext.]

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftEuropean Spine Journal
Vol/bind27
Udgave nummerSuppl 6
Sider (fra-til)925-945
ISSN0940-6719
DOI
StatusUdgivet - sep. 2018

Fingeraftryk

Neck Pain
Program Evaluation
Seeds
Public Health
Pathology
Delivery of Health Care
Wounds and Injuries
Global Health

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Johnson, C. D., Haldeman, S., Chou, R., Nordin, M., Green, B. N., Côté, P., ... Outerbridge, G. (2018). The Global Spine Care Initiative: model of care and implementation. European Spine Journal, 27(Suppl 6), 925-945. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00586-018-5720-z
Johnson, Claire D. ; Haldeman, Scott ; Chou, Roger ; Nordin, Margareta ; Green, Bart N. ; Côté, Pierre ; Hurwitz, Eric L. ; Kopansky-Giles, Deborah ; Acaroğlu, Emre ; Cedraschi, Christine ; Ameis, Arthur ; Randhawa, Kristi ; Aartun, Ellen ; Adjei-Kwayisi, Afua ; Ayhan, Selim ; Aziz, Amer ; Bas, Teresa ; Blyth, Fiona ; Borenstein, David ; Brady, O’Dane D. ; Brooks, Peter ; Camilleri, Connie ; Castellote, Juan M. ; Clay, Michael B. ; Davatchi, Fereydoun ; Dudler, Jean ; Dunn, Robert ; Eberspaecher, Stefan ; Emmerich, Juan ; Farcy, Jean Pierre ; Fisher-Jeffes, Norman ; Goertz, Christine ; Grevitt, Michael ; Griffith, Erin A. ; Hajjaj-Hassouni, Najia ; Hartvigsen, Jan ; Hondras, Maria ; Kane, Edward J. ; Laplante, Julie ; Lemeunier, Nadège ; Mayer, John ; Mior, Silvano ; Mmopelwa, Tiro ; Modic, Michael ; Moss, Jean ; Mullerpatan, Rajani ; Muteti, Elijah ; Mwaniki, Lillian ; Ngandeu-Singwe, Madeleine ; Outerbridge, Geoff. / The Global Spine Care Initiative : model of care and implementation. I: European Spine Journal. 2018 ; Bind 27, Nr. Suppl 6. s. 925-945.
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AU - Haldeman, Scott

AU - Chou, Roger

AU - Nordin, Margareta

AU - Green, Bart N.

AU - Côté, Pierre

AU - Hurwitz, Eric L.

AU - Kopansky-Giles, Deborah

AU - Acaroğlu, Emre

AU - Cedraschi, Christine

AU - Ameis, Arthur

AU - Randhawa, Kristi

AU - Aartun, Ellen

AU - Adjei-Kwayisi, Afua

AU - Ayhan, Selim

AU - Aziz, Amer

AU - Bas, Teresa

AU - Blyth, Fiona

AU - Borenstein, David

AU - Brady, O’Dane D.

AU - Brooks, Peter

AU - Camilleri, Connie

AU - Castellote, Juan M.

AU - Clay, Michael B.

AU - Davatchi, Fereydoun

AU - Dudler, Jean

AU - Dunn, Robert

AU - Eberspaecher, Stefan

AU - Emmerich, Juan

AU - Farcy, Jean Pierre

AU - Fisher-Jeffes, Norman

AU - Goertz, Christine

AU - Grevitt, Michael

AU - Griffith, Erin A.

AU - Hajjaj-Hassouni, Najia

AU - Hartvigsen, Jan

AU - Hondras, Maria

AU - Kane, Edward J.

AU - Laplante, Julie

AU - Lemeunier, Nadège

AU - Mayer, John

AU - Mior, Silvano

AU - Mmopelwa, Tiro

AU - Modic, Michael

AU - Moss, Jean

AU - Mullerpatan, Rajani

AU - Muteti, Elijah

AU - Mwaniki, Lillian

AU - Ngandeu-Singwe, Madeleine

AU - Outerbridge, Geoff

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N2 - Purpose: Spine-related disorders are a leading cause of global disability and are a burden on society and to public health. Currently, there is no comprehensive, evidence-based model of care for spine-related disorders, which includes back and neck pain, deformity, spine injury, neurological conditions, spinal diseases, and pathology, that could be applied in global health care settings. The purposes of this paper are to propose: (1) principles to transform the delivery of spine care; (2) an evidence-based model that could be applied globally; and (3) implementation suggestions. Methods: The Global Spine Care Initiative (GSCI) meetings and literature reviews were synthesized into a seed document and distributed to spine care experts. After three rounds of a modified Delphi process, all participants reached consensus on the final model of care and implementation steps. Results: Sixty-six experts representing 24 countries participated. The GSCI model of care has eight core principles: person-centered, people-centered, biopsychosocial, proactive, evidence-based, integrative, collaborative, and self-sustaining. The model of care includes a classification system and care pathway, levels of care, and a focus on the patient’s journey. The six steps for implementation are initiation and preparation; assessment of the current situation; planning and designing solutions; implementation; assessment and evaluation of program; and sustain program and scale up. Conclusion: The GSCI proposes an evidence-based, practical, sustainable, and scalable model of care representing eight core principles with a six-step implementation plan. The aim of this model is to help transform spine care globally, especially in low- and middle-income countries and underserved communities. Graphical abstract: These slides can be retrieved under Electronic Supplementary Material.[Figure not available: see fulltext.]

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