Care planning for long term conditions in primary care: indicators of embeddedness

@inproceedings{Lhussier2015CarePF,
  title={Care planning for long term conditions in primary care: indicators of embeddedness},
  author={Monique Lhussier and Natalie Forster and Simon Eaton and Susan M. D. Carr},
  year={2015}
}
Rationale, aims and objectives : Healthcare systems are continuously challenged to develop new ways of working to meet the demands of an increasing prevalence of multi-morbid long term illness. Care planning has been proposed as one solution. This analysis used the Normalisation Process Theory as a framework to identify precursors of embeddedness of care planning in 10 primary care practices. Methods : GPs, Nurses and Practice Managers from the selected practices took part in a series of… CONTINUE READING

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