This book challenges the prevailing discourse centred on the problems of demographic change and long-term care provision for older people by focusing on solutions emerging from progression and improvement in policy and practice. Building on ample research in 13 European countries, evidence is provided for how the construction of long-term care systems can be taken forward by practitioners, policy-makers and stakeholder organizations. By focusing on prevention and rehabilitation, the support of informal care, the enhancement of quality development as well as by decent governance and financing mechanisms for long-term care, stakeholders may learn from European experiences and solutions on the local, regional and national levels.Grypdonck, M.(2006) a#39;Qualitative health research andtheera of evidencebased practicea#39;, Qualitative Health Research, 16(10) ... to improve attendance at hospital appointments: asystematic reviewa#39;, JournalofTelemedicine and Telecare, 17, 358a64. ... voices ofolderpeople aacontribution to the stateoftheworlda#39;solder people 2012, manualforthefocus groupstudy. London, HelpAge International ( Manuscript). Hersch, W.R., Hickam, D.H., Severance, S.M., Dana, T.L., Krages, K.P. andM.
|Title||:||Long-Term Care in Europe|
|Author||:||Kai Leichsenring, Jenny Billings, Henk Nies|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-02-04|