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Measuring change in activities of daily living in nursing home residents with moderate to severe cognitive impairment
BackgroundThe objective of this study was to assess the responsiveness of the Minimum Data Set Activities of Daily Living (MDS-ADL) Scale to change over time by examining the change in physicalExpand
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Querulous Citizens: Welfare Knowledge and the Limits to Welfare Reform
Governments face pressures to improve services and (at the same time) to contain taxes and to ensure that their decisions are accountable to increasingly well-informed and challenging citizens. TheExpand
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Dissatisfaction with the NHS: Too Few Resources or the ‘New Consumerism’?
Uses original data to examine issue of whether a consumerist approach damages collective support for the NHS.
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Paying for ‘World Class’ Services: a British Dilemma
Welfare spending in the UK is too low to provide services at the level to which most citizens aspire. The problem is that, although most people state in surveys that they would like to pay higherExpand
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A Survey of Teenagers' Views of Sex and Relationships Education and Sexual Health Services in Kent. Full report.
This report provides the methodological outline and findings of Project One. The purpose of this project was to: . describe how teenagers currently get information about sexual health andExpand
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Involving Older Users of Continence Services in Developing Standards of Care: A Pilot Study - Final Report on Stage 3
The Clinical Effectiveness and Evaluation Unit of the Royal College of Physicians of London is in the process of identifying quality outcome indicators for continence services, using national expertExpand
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Results of the 2008/2009 Hospice Patient Survey. General Report
The 2008/09 survey is the third in a series of surveys on patient satisfaction with inpatient and daycare services carried out by Help the Hospices and the Centre for Health Services Studies at theExpand
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