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How can international evidence on interventions to manage referral from primary to specialist non-emergency care be applied in a UK context? Development of an inclusive systematic review and logic model

Project title: How can international evidence on interventions to manage referral from primary to specialist non-emergency care be applied in a UK context? Development of an inclusive systematic review and logic model

Call to action: 11/1022 11/1022 Demand management for planned care

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Lindsay Blank

Lead Author: Dr Lindsay Blank

Contractor: The University of Sheffield

Cost: £173,526.33

Co-investigators: Dr Andrew Lee, Dr Helena Britt, Dr Martin McShane, Dr Susan Baxter, Ms Josie Messina, Professor Danuta Kasprzyk, Professor Elizabeth Goyder, Professor Nick Payne.

Started: November 2012 | Status: Published May 2015

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