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Optimal NHS service delivery to care homes: a realist evaluation of the features and mechanisms that support effective working for the continuing care of older people in residential settings
Project title: Optimal NHS service delivery to care homes: a realist evaluation of the features and mechanisms that support effective working for the continuing care of older people in residential settings
Call to action: 11/1021 11/1021 The NHS and Care Homes
Research type: Primary Research
Contractor: University of Hertfordshire
Co-investigators: Dr Brian Bell, Dr Clive Bowman, Emeritus Professor Julienne Meyer, Ms Sue Davies, Professor Adam Gordon, Professor Christina Victor, Professor Finbarr Martin, Professor Heather Gage, Professor John Gladman, Professor Justine Schneider, Professor Steve Iliffe, Professor Tom Dening.
Started: January 2013 | Status: Published October 2017
NHS services work well with care homes when payments and role specifications endorse the importance of working relationships at an institutional level as well as with individual residents.
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