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Making partnership work

Making partnership work Feature Michelle Cornes Research Fellow, University of Central Lancashire Jill Manthorpe Professor of Social Work, Kings College London Intermediate care lends itself well to analysis in this area because it Making depends on the integration of services to promote faster recovery from illness, prevent unnecessary acute partnership hospital admissions, support timely discharge and maximise independent living (Department of Health, 2001). Although work intermediate care is not specifically targeted at older people, this group Michelle Cornes and Jill Manthorpe consider forms the great majority of its users. Development the lessons learnt from Help the Aged’s of intermediate care was a key standard for the intermediate care programme for older people. National Service Framework for Older People issued in 2001. The Department of Health recently issued draft guidance that will require the NHS and the community and voluntary sectors to sign up to The programme local compact agreements by 2004. The overall aim is to promote partnership working to support the The Help the Aged intermediate care programme, voluntary and community sectors’ growing role in previously described in this journal (Pearson, 2002; contributing to health service and social care Cornes et al, 2003), was funded by the Department delivery. This is http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Working with Older People Emerald Publishing

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1366-3666
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10.1108/13663666200400038
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Feature Michelle Cornes Research Fellow, University of Central Lancashire Jill Manthorpe Professor of Social Work, Kings College London Intermediate care lends itself well to analysis in this area because it Making depends on the integration of services to promote faster recovery from illness, prevent unnecessary acute partnership hospital admissions, support timely discharge and maximise independent living (Department of Health, 2001). Although work intermediate care is not specifically targeted at older people, this group Michelle Cornes and Jill Manthorpe consider forms the great majority of its users. Development the lessons learnt from Help the Aged’s of intermediate care was a key standard for the intermediate care programme for older people. National Service Framework for Older People issued in 2001. The Department of Health recently issued draft guidance that will require the NHS and the community and voluntary sectors to sign up to The programme local compact agreements by 2004. The overall aim is to promote partnership working to support the The Help the Aged intermediate care programme, voluntary and community sectors’ growing role in previously described in this journal (Pearson, 2002; contributing to health service and social care Cornes et al, 2003), was funded by the Department delivery. This is

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Working with Older PeopleEmerald Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 2004

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