The challenges of joint working: lessons from the Supporting People Health Pilot evaluation

  title={The challenges of joint working: lessons from the Supporting People Health Pilot evaluation},
  author={Ailsa Cameron and G. MacDonald and William M. Turner and Liz Lloyd},
  booktitle={International journal of integrated care},
PURPOSE This paper reports the findings of the evaluation of the Supporting People Health Pilots programme, which was established to demonstrate the policy links between housing support services and health and social care services by encouraging the development of integrated services. The paper highlights the challenges of working across housing, health and social care boundaries. METHOD THE EVALUATION OF THE SIX HEALTH PILOTS RESTED ON TWO MAIN SOURCES OF DATA COLLECTION: Quarterly Project… CONTINUE READING

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