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The Pathways Advisory Service: Placing employment advisers in GP surgeries

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DatePublished - 2008
PublisherCorporate Document Services
Number of pages4
Place of PublicationLeeds
Original languageEnglish

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NameDepartment for Work and Pensions Research Summary
Volume494

Abstract

Apart from the innovative measure of physically locating advisers in surgeries, a distinctive feature of the pilot has been the adoption of a 'gateway' model of delivery, where advisers act as a link, or 'gateway', between patients at a surgery and the range of services and support available through Jobcentre Plus and other organisations.
The research project combined quantitative and qualitative research techniques. A survey of 212 people who had used the pilot service was conducted and in-depth qualitative follow up interviews were carried out with a sub-sample of the survey sample. In addition, qualitative interviews were held with the key people involved in the pilot (including advisers, GPs and other surgery staff).

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  • ill/disabled children, employment/benefits, health services issues

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