Community professionals' management of client care: a mixed-methods systematic review.

  title={Community professionals' management of client care: a mixed-methods systematic review.},
  author={N Kolehmainen and Jillian J. Francis and Edward A S Duncan and Cynthia Fraser},
  journal={Journal of health services research & policy},
  volume={15 1},
OBJECTIVES To review the literature on individual community professionals' caseload management (behaviours related to assessment, treatment and discharging of clients) to identify the main themes and concepts, and to synthesize the findings to inform practice, policy and research. METHODS Publications were systematically identified from electronic databases, hand searches of bibliographies, and contact with professional organizations. There were no restrictions on language, the nature of… CONTINUE READING

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