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Learning from international models for delivering quality care and support to older people living in rural communities

Learning from international models for delivering quality care and support to older people living... Guest editorial Lyn M. Holley and Roger Joseph O’Sullivan Learning from international models for delivering quality care and support to older Lyn M. Holley is Chuck Powell people living in rural communities Professor at the Department of Gerontology, University of Preface Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, Background. Delivering care for our aging population is a growing challenge in the USA and Nebraska, USA. internationally, especially for older adults living in rural communities. The adequacy of economic Roger Joseph O’Sullivan is and human resources available to serve them is diminishing while the demographic and financial Interim CEO at the Institute of Public Health in Ireland, Belfast, challenges of serving this population increase. Partnerships, although little researched, are often UK; and is at the Ulster suggested as a way to address needs and pool resources; therefore, this collection of articles University, Belfast, UK. brings together interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral qualitative perspectives on new ways of viewing partnerships. Lead authors in five disciplines from three different nations provide new insights about how to develop partnerships that bring forward more effective and efficient models of care for older adults in rural areas. Each of the manuscripts uses a different lens to assess new approaches to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Quality in Ageing and Older Adults Emerald Publishing

Learning from international models for delivering quality care and support to older people living in rural communities

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1471-7794
DOI
10.1108/QAOA-12-2018-058
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Abstract

Guest editorial Lyn M. Holley and Roger Joseph O’Sullivan Learning from international models for delivering quality care and support to older Lyn M. Holley is Chuck Powell people living in rural communities Professor at the Department of Gerontology, University of Preface Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, Background. Delivering care for our aging population is a growing challenge in the USA and Nebraska, USA. internationally, especially for older adults living in rural communities. The adequacy of economic Roger Joseph O’Sullivan is and human resources available to serve them is diminishing while the demographic and financial Interim CEO at the Institute of Public Health in Ireland, Belfast, challenges of serving this population increase. Partnerships, although little researched, are often UK; and is at the Ulster suggested as a way to address needs and pool resources; therefore, this collection of articles University, Belfast, UK. brings together interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral qualitative perspectives on new ways of viewing partnerships. Lead authors in five disciplines from three different nations provide new insights about how to develop partnerships that bring forward more effective and efficient models of care for older adults in rural areas. Each of the manuscripts uses a different lens to assess new approaches to

Journal

Quality in Ageing and Older AdultsEmerald Publishing

Published: Dec 10, 2018

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