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HSDR - 10/1012/07

The effective and cost-effective use of intermediate, step-down, hospital at home and other forms of community care as an alternative to acute inpatient care: a realist review

Project title: The effective and cost-effective use of intermediate, step-down, hospital at home and other forms of community care as an alternative to acute inpatient care: a realist review

Call to action: 10/1012 10/1012 Expedited Evidence Synthesis to support decision making by Managers and Leaders in the NHS

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Rob AndersonORCID logo

Contractor: University of Exeter

Cost: £101,079.00

Co-investigators: Dr Mark PearsonORCID logo, Professor Raymond Pawson, Professor Sasha Shepperd MS DPhilORCID logo.

Started: June 2011 | Status: Published January 2013

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