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Collaborative action for person-centred coordinated care (P3C): an approach to support the development of a comprehensive system-wide solution to fragmented care
This paper presents an approach to the implementation of P3C using collaborative action, providing examples of early developments across this programme of work, the core aim of which is to accelerate the spread and adoption of person-centred coordinated care in United Kingdom primary care settings.
Patient-Reported Measures for Person-Centered Coordinated Care: A Comparative Domain Map and Web-Based Compendium for Supporting Policy Development and Implementation
A detailed compendium of P3C-PRMs has been developed using a pragmatic systematic approach supported by stakeholder engagement, thereby providing evidence of their content validity as outcome measures for new models of care.
Practices used for recommending sickness certification by general practitioners: a conversation analytic study of UK primary care consultations.
Can practitioners use patient reported measures to enhance person centred coordinated care in practice? A qualitative study
- Hannah Wheat, J. Horrell, J. Valderas, James Close, Ben Fosh, H. Lloyd
- Medicine, PsychologyHealth and Quality of Life Outcomes
- 1 December 2018
It is suggested that PRM use by practitioners enhanced patients’ ability to self-manage, communicate, engage and reflect during consultations and extended the potential value that PRMs can offer to P3C delivery.
Frontline experiences and perceptions of Urgent Dental Care centre staff in England during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative study
Perceptions and psychosocial experiences of frontline staff providing care at UDCs in England during COVID-19 are explored to improve the resilience and mental wellbeing of the current and future dental workforce and integration of dentistry into wider healthcare infrastructures.
The future of dentistry post-COVID-19: perspectives from Urgent Dental Care centre staff in England
The pandemic has highlighted the desire from the dental profession for urgent reform of the current NHS dental contract in England and this was directed towards a more resilient, responsive and equitable dental service that is better prepared for current and future challenges.
Rationing bytes: managing demand for digital forensic examinations
ABSTRACT With the growing sophistication and prevalence of digital devices such as mobile phones, computers, tablets, sat-navs, and domestic appliances, the extraction, analysis and interpretation of…
Longitudinal evaluation of a countywide alternative to the Quality and Outcomes Framework in UK General Practice aimed at improving Person Centred Coordinated Care
The SPQS scheme leveraged time savings and reduced administrative burden via discretionary removal of QOF incentives, enabling practices to engage actively in a number of schemes aimed at improving care for people with LTCs.
General practitioner views on addressing weight opportunistically in primary care: An embedded sequential mixed-methods study.
Fit for work? How GPs' decisions about fitness to work can improve health.
- R. Byng, Hannah Wheat, Rebecca K. Barnes
- Medicine, Political ScienceThe British journal of general practice : the…
- 1 July 2015
This editorial, informed by recent guidance and evidence, will consider the key issues pertinent to sickness certification decision making and the new Fit for Work referral scheme, an optional resource for individuals who are employed, but are either currently unable to work or struggling.