Outcomes assessment for people with long-term neurological conditions: a qualitative approach to developing and testing a checklist in integrated care

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Outcomes assessment for people with long-term neurological conditions : a qualitative approach to developing and testing a checklist in integrated care. / Aspinal, Fiona Jane; Bernard, Sylvia Margaret; Spiers, Gemma Frances; Parker, Gillian Mary.

4 p. York : Social Policy Research Unit. 2014, Research summary. (Research Works; Vol. 2014-1).

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Aspinal, FJ, Bernard, SM, Spiers, GF & Parker, GM 2014, Outcomes assessment for people with long-term neurological conditions: a qualitative approach to developing and testing a checklist in integrated care. Social Policy Research Unit, York. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/pubs/rworks/2014-01.pdf>

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Aspinal, F. J., Bernard, S. M., Spiers, G. F., & Parker, G. M. (2014). Outcomes assessment for people with long-term neurological conditions: a qualitative approach to developing and testing a checklist in integrated care. Social Policy Research Unit. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/pubs/rworks/2014-01.pdf

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Aspinal FJ, Bernard SM, Spiers GF, Parker GM. Outcomes assessment for people with long-term neurological conditions: a qualitative approach to developing and testing a checklist in integrated care. 2014. 4 p.

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Aspinal, Fiona Jane ; Bernard, Sylvia Margaret ; Spiers, Gemma Frances ; Parker, Gillian Mary. / Outcomes assessment for people with long-term neurological conditions : a qualitative approach to developing and testing a checklist in integrated care. 2014. York : Social Policy Research Unit. 4 p. (Research Works).

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abstract = "People with long-term neurological conditions (LTNCs) argue that receiving integrated services improves their quality of life. Our study explored current approaches to service integration and the outcomes that people with LTNCs want to achieve. We identified three groups of outcomes. We developed these outcomes into a checklist for staff to use during their assessment of a client's needs. We monitored how five community-based neuro-rehabilitation teams used the checklist to see if it changed the way they worked.",
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