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by Peter P. Mayer,Edward J. Dickinson,Martin Sandler

Author: Peter P. Mayer,Edward J. Dickinson,Martin Sandler
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Crc Press; 1st edition (January 1, 1997)
Pages: 312 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.5
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5 Primary health care for elderly people Richard Baker. 79. 6 Community care David Challis and Karen Traske. This book is all about improving the health care of elderly people, which is facing unprecedented challenges in the 1990s.

5 Primary health care for elderly people Richard Baker. 97. 7 The private sector Philip Tormey and Terry Devenney 8. Hospital services Peter P. Mayer. 117 137 159. 9 The multidisciplinary team 9a Doctors Peter P. Mayer and Edward J. Dickinson. Energies need to be concentrated in three main areas:, the development of high quality care in community settings, the future role of specialized hospital services, the way that long-term care is delivered.

Authors: Dickinson, Edward . Mayer, Peter . Sandler, Martin. All of these are interconnected and success with any of them depends on successful relationships. For example, success in community care requires working interfaces with primary care, the private sector and hospital care.

Department of Medicine for the Elderly, The Royal Infirmary, Glasgow. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 November 1997.

The well referenced and theoretically grounded but sometimes rather dense text is broken up with useful 'action boxes', think points and case studies.

This book is all about improving the health care of elderly people, which is facing unprecedented challenges in the 1990s. Energies need to be concentrated in three main areas: - the development of high quality care in community settings - the future role of specialized hospital services - the way that long-term care is delivered. All of these are interconnected and succes This book is all about improving the health care of elderly people, which is facing unprecedented challenges in the 1990s

Peter P. Mayer, Edward J. Dickinson and Martin Sandler (eds), Quality Care for Elderly People, Chapm.

Peter P. November 1997 · Ageing and Society. Model projections up to 2050 will be used to highlight what the potential consequences might be for society if elderly care homes do not increase their current capacity in the short to medium term.

Автор: Edward J. Dickinson; Peter P. Mayer; Martin Sandle Название: Quality care for elderly people ISBN .

Описание: The text highlights good practice in elderly care and identifies useful approaches, with examples of where these exist. The overall emphasis is on the quality of health care, the relevant contributions of clinical audit, and other quality assurance initiatives.

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This book is all about improving the health care of elderly people, which is facing unprecedented challenges in the 1990s. Energies need to be concentrated in three main areas: • the development of high quality care in community settings • the future role of specialized hospital services • the way that long-term care is delivered. All of these are interconnected and success with any of them depends on successful relationships. For example, success in community care requires working interfaces with primary care, the private sector and hospital care. These interfaces are not static but comprise dynamic interactions between people - people in different teams, with different back­ grounds, training, perspectives and interests. What people do is influenced strongly by the organizations they work for. These inescapable facts lead us to the structure of this book. By concentrating on sectors, people and organizations, we hope to deal with all the important relationships in a coherent way. Yet this book is not intended to be from a service providers' perspective. We have arranged the book in this way so that providers are best equipped to meet the needs of their customers - whether they are patients, resi­ dents or clients. We know that elderly people may experience dislocation in their care because of frictions and gaps be­ tween different sectors, disciplines, teams and organizations. To achieve seamless care, there is a need for greater under­ standing and harmony of purpose and action across the care spectrum.