IPCHS. Integrated People-Centred Health Services

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April 2, 2020 Europe Publication

Sharing responsibility: municipal health professionals’ approaches to goal setting with older patients with multi-morbidity – a grounded theory study

Recent health policy promoting integrated care emphasizes to increase patients’ health, experience of quality of care and reduce care utilization. Thus, health service delivery should be co-produced by health professionals and individual patients with multiple diseases and complex needs. Collaborative goal setting is a new procedure for older patients with multi-morbidity. The aim is to explore municipal health professionals’ experiences of collaborative goal setting with patients with multi-morbidity aged 80 and above.

April 22, 2021 Western Pacific Publication

What do older people want from integrated care? Experiences from a South Australian co-design case study

The challenges of improving the integration of care for older people with complex care needs are well recognised. Evidence suggests that solutions should be co-designed with older people to ensure they are contextually relevant and person-centred.

Oct. 28, 2021 Global Publication

Managing clinical uncertainty in older people towards the end of life: a systematic review of person-centred tools

Older people with multi-morbidities commonly experience an uncertain illness trajectory. Clinical uncertainty is challenging to manage, with risk of poor outcomes. Person-centred care is essential to align care and treatment with patient priorities and wishes. Use of evidence-based tools may support person-centred management of clinical uncertainty. We aimed to develop a logic model of person-centred evidence-based tools to manage clinical uncertainty in older people.