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Editorial What works in community care? not only government, but also the managers and practitioners involved in local services and the As joint editor of the influential King’s Fund review of academics who study the world of community care. health policy for 1999/2000, Anthony Harrison has He challenges us individually, of course; and he written a very readable summary of progress in challenges us collectively to work together more community care over the last decade in his Policy effectively to evaluate what is being done for people Review (King’s Fund, 1999). He finds a great similarity every day in order to secure a better evidence base for between the modernisation agenda of the current policy and practice. Harrison may be unduly government and the reform of community care pessimistic, but his general point is well made. implemented by the previous one, most notably in the goal of personal independence. He acknowledges that Managing Community Care has aimed to publish an extensive overhaul of the system is nevertheless material of high intellectual standard for the critical being attempted, but sees it as ‘radical incrementalism’, manager: we have not been an academic journal given the reluctance to break down the separation of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Integrated Care Emerald Publishing

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1476-9018
DOI
10.1108/14769018200000001
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Abstract

What works in community care? not only government, but also the managers and practitioners involved in local services and the As joint editor of the influential King’s Fund review of academics who study the world of community care. health policy for 1999/2000, Anthony Harrison has He challenges us individually, of course; and he written a very readable summary of progress in challenges us collectively to work together more community care over the last decade in his Policy effectively to evaluate what is being done for people Review (King’s Fund, 1999). He finds a great similarity every day in order to secure a better evidence base for between the modernisation agenda of the current policy and practice. Harrison may be unduly government and the reform of community care pessimistic, but his general point is well made. implemented by the previous one, most notably in the goal of personal independence. He acknowledges that Managing Community Care has aimed to publish an extensive overhaul of the system is nevertheless material of high intellectual standard for the critical being attempted, but sees it as ‘radical incrementalism’, manager: we have not been an academic journal given the reluctance to break down the separation of

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Journal of Integrated CareEmerald Publishing

Published: Feb 1, 2000

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