Patterns of Long Term Care in 29 European countries: evidence from an exploratory study

@inproceedings{Damiani2011PatternsOL,
  title={Patterns of Long Term Care in 29 European countries: evidence from an exploratory study},
  author={Gianfranco Damiani and Valentina Farelli and Angela Anselmi and Lorella Sicuro and Alessandro Solipaca and Alessandra Burgio and Domenica Fioredistella Iezzi and Walter Ricciardi},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2011}
}
BackgroundThe challenges posed by the rapidly ageing population, and the increased preponderance of disabled people in this group, coupled with the rising level of public expenditure required to service the complex organization of long term care (LTC) delivery are causing increased pressure on LTC systems in Europe. A pan-European survey was carried out to evaluate whether patterns of LTC can be identified across Europe and what are the trends of the countries along them.MethodsAn ecological… CONTINUE READING

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