Martin Spollen

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Critical care services are atypical in the wide heterogeneity of their patients. This is in part a reflection of the way in which these services have evolved. The progress of intensive care in the UK has been described as ‘haphazard’, consisting of ‘largely unplanned and unevaluated’ developments that occurred in reaction to changes in surgical and medical(More)
The aim of this research has been to make a contribution to deliberations concerning the relative costs of provision of domiciliary services for the elderly in local authorities in England and the implications for funding. The main services considered have been day-centre services and home-care services, and the particular cost areas investigated have been(More)
This project arose from deliberations within the Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) in Northern Ireland concerning the acceptability of the revenue resource allocation methodology they were using. One problem with the method being used had been the absence of a component that adequately reflected the relative costs associated with the(More)
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