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April 19, 2021 Americas Publication

Transitional Care Experiences of Patients with Hip Fracture Across Different Health Care Settings

Transitions of care often result in fragmented care, leading to unmet patient needs and poor satisfaction with care, especially in patients with multiple chronic conditions.

This project aimed to understand how experiences of patients with hip fracture, caregivers, and healthcare providers differ across different points of transition.

March 8, 2021 Europe Publication

How to Ensure Referral and Uptake for COPD Rehabilitation – Part 2: A Case of Integrated Care on How to Translate Findings of Cross- Sectorial Workflow to Improve Cross-Sectorial Rehabilitation

Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can greatly benefit from rehabilitation initiatives, but referral to rehabilitation is sparse. Before we initiated activities to ensure hospital referrals for prevention initiatives at the municipality, we investigated referral patterns and relevant factors in the cross-sectorial workflow.

This study aims to ensure referral to municipality COPD rehabilitation, by simplifying the referral procedures, and by facilitating relational coordination across the two health care settings.

Nov. 24, 2020 Europe, Global Event

IFIC Ireland Webinar: Medium and Long-term Impact of COVID-19. Making Integrated Care Happen

 

The International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) Ireland hosts and facilitates a series of webinars titled ‘Making Integrated Care Happen’ which forms one of the key delivery mechanisms enabling knowledge mobilisation across all stakeholders with an interest in developing and implementing integrated care within the healthcare systems on the island of Ireland.

 

The last session in IFIC Ireland 2020 series will focus on the medium and long term impacts of COVID-19 on the person and the implications for health and social care delivery.

Prof Lynne Turner-Stokes, King's College London, Northwick Park Hospital - Long-term impacts of COVID-19 and meeting the needs for Rehabilitation (40 minutes) will present research and clinical understanding of how COVID-19 may continue to impact those diagnosed long after the initial course of the disease.

Anne O'Connor, Chief Operations Officer at Health Service Executive (HSE) - Impacts of COVID-19 on service delivery, design and integration (30 minutes ...

Oct. 26, 2020 Global Publication

Why the biopsychosocial model needs to be the underpinning philosophy in rehabilitation pathways for patients recovering from COVID-19

The pandemic caused by COVID-19 has left many consequences, both social and health, on a social and individual level. In the face of individual sequelae, the need to address this need for care with an integrative approach becomes more important.The pandemic caused by COVID-19 has left many consequences, both social and health, on a social and individual level. In the face of individual sequelae, the need to address this need for care with an integrative approach becomes more important.

"For patients recovering from COVID-19, it will be impossible to separate the person and their personal circumstances from COVID-19, and to regard physical, psychological and social factors as independent entities. For this reason, we argue that the BPS model is needed with even more reason than before, and that it should be the philosophy of care to underpin rehabilitation in the recovery from COVID-19".

July 1, 2017 Europe Publication

Hospital-at-home Integrated Care Programme for the management of disabling health crises in older patients: comparison with bed-based Intermediate Care

This study analysed the clinical impact of a home-based intermediate Care model in the Catalan health system, comparing it with usual bed-based care to check if the extended CGA-based hospital-at-home programme has an association with shorter stay and favourable clinical outcomes and if is needed to do studies to test this intervention to the whole Catalan integrated care system.