A literature review to explore integrated care for older people

Sue Childs, Glenda Cook, Brendan McCormack, Jan Reed

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Abstract

Purpose: This paper reports on some of the findings of a literature review commissioned to explore integrated care for older people. Methods: The process of revising included finding and selecting literature from multidisciplinary sources, and encompassed both published papers and ‘grey’ literature, i.e. material which had not been reviewed for publication. Results: The study found that thinking has moved on from a focus on the problems of accessing services to exploring ways in which they may function in an integrated way. Conclusions: The study shows how thinking on integrated care for older people has developed, and knowledge of micro, mezzo and macro strategies is now more available.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jan 2005
EventBritish Society of Gerontology Conference - Roehampton
Duration: 14 Jan 2005 → …

Conference

ConferenceBritish Society of Gerontology Conference
Period14/01/05 → …

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