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Person-centred integrated care with a health promotion/public health approach: a rapid review

Person-centred integrated care with a health promotion/public health approach: a rapid review Due to the need for the development of person-centred integrated models of care with a population health approach, this paper explored contemporary literature in this arena.Design/methodology/approachA systematic literature review was conducted using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses. Papers included in this review focused upon person-centred integrated care and a health promotion/public health approach (January 2018–October 2020). Papers were excluded due to not being written in English, not fitting the age criteria and not being peer reviewed.FindingsEight studies met the inclusion criteria and three overarching themes were identified with regards to person-centred integrated care as a health promotion/public health approach: Core components; Development, implementation, and evaluation of models of care and relationship to population health and wellbeing outcomes.Research limitations/implicationsThe need for person-centred integrated care as a health promotion/public health approach, to enhance population health and well-being outcomes requires further research to continue to develop, implement and evaluate models of care.Originality/valueThe international scope of this contemporary review brought together the three concepts of person-centred integrated care and public health, exploring the translation of policy into practice (WHO, 2016). The juxtaposition of public health approaches in the background/consequential or foreground/active agent demonstrates how promotion, prevention and population health can be re-valued in integrated people-centred health services (WHO, 2016). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Integrated Care Emerald Publishing

Person-centred integrated care with a health promotion/public health approach: a rapid review

Journal of Integrated Care , Volume 29 (3): 15 – Jul 19, 2021

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Emerald Publishing
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© Emerald Publishing Limited
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1476-9018
DOI
10.1108/jica-02-2021-0010
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Abstract

Due to the need for the development of person-centred integrated models of care with a population health approach, this paper explored contemporary literature in this arena.Design/methodology/approachA systematic literature review was conducted using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses. Papers included in this review focused upon person-centred integrated care and a health promotion/public health approach (January 2018–October 2020). Papers were excluded due to not being written in English, not fitting the age criteria and not being peer reviewed.FindingsEight studies met the inclusion criteria and three overarching themes were identified with regards to person-centred integrated care as a health promotion/public health approach: Core components; Development, implementation, and evaluation of models of care and relationship to population health and wellbeing outcomes.Research limitations/implicationsThe need for person-centred integrated care as a health promotion/public health approach, to enhance population health and well-being outcomes requires further research to continue to develop, implement and evaluate models of care.Originality/valueThe international scope of this contemporary review brought together the three concepts of person-centred integrated care and public health, exploring the translation of policy into practice (WHO, 2016). The juxtaposition of public health approaches in the background/consequential or foreground/active agent demonstrates how promotion, prevention and population health can be re-valued in integrated people-centred health services (WHO, 2016).

Journal

Journal of Integrated CareEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 19, 2021

Keywords: Person-centred integrated care; Health promotion/public health approach; Health and well-being outcomes

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