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Purpose – This commentary aims to explore the frequent omission of service users and their critiques from the modern history of health and social care integration. Design/methodology/approach – The article is based on evidence, particularly the evidence emerging from service users' “experiential...
Purpose – The purpose of this article is to share emerging evidence about the qualitative and economic benefits of integrating care, based on an innovative population‐based approach across a small region of Germany. The article aims to discuss the features that have similarities to the...
Purpose – This paper aims to describe the implementation of self‐directed support (SDS) in transitions for disabled children and young people moving from children's to adult services; it also seeks to describe the use of realistic evaluation as an approach to evaluation of this particular policy...
Purpose – This paper aims to demonstrate the approach taken in Norfolk, UK, to engage patients and staff to develop and improve services by stimulating improvements in integrated working. The two year programme focused on making specific improvements that patients said they wanted to see by...
Purpose – This article's aim is to consider the implications for integrated care in England of the “community right to challenge” provisions of the Localism Act 2011. Design/methodology/approach – The article's approach is an analysis of the Localism Act 2011, secondary legislation made under...
Purpose – There is little published research on the role of middle managers in the delivery of health and social care integration. Middle managers are critical to change management and require the skills to do this effectively. This study aims to explore what middle managers perceived as helping...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to elaborate a clinician's perspective on the shared integrated care of older people with dementia and/or frailty. In addition, it aims to describe the significance and value of dignity, kindness and compassion in care. Design/methodology/approach – This is...
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