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On the 1st and 2nd May 2015, participants at the RCGP London City Health Conference debated practical ways to achieve integrated care at community level. In five connected workshops, participants… (More)
If you are in a relationship with someone who is sick and you can’t understand why you are unhappy, you will find this book helpful. The book shows that it is common when illness strikes to develop a… (More)
This paper summarises a ten-year conversation within London Journal of Primary Care about the nature of community-oriented integrated care (COIC) and how to develop and evaluate it. COIC means… (More)
This Issue of LJPC includes papers written by LJPC editors that challenge primary care practitioners and managers in the UK to lead a renaissance of the NHS through the language of community-oriented… (More)
(1) Papanikitas discusses how to use health care conferences to combine the study of ethics with efforts for ethical change. He concludes a need for workshops at conferences coupled with a facility… (More)
We describe how the formation of Health Networks in Ealing leads to improved outcomes for patients by the coordination of the care they receive by health and social care professionals.
Papers in this (8.3) Issue of LJPC continue the theme of improving mental health – this time helping clinicians to be mentally healthy. How can we expect GPs and other primary care practitioners to… (More)
We describe four stages of an initiative to co-create a shared care system to treat patients with diabetes out of hospital and in the community.
This Issue of LJPC shows how writing, painting, the arts and stories can reveal different, complementary aspects of health. Together they can build up rich pictures that are invisible to any one… (More)