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dc.contributor.authorRoddie, Linda
dc.contributor.authorNHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
dc.descriptionNHS GGC wanted to explore the application of Supporting People in Hospital in the three new clinical areas, determine its suitability for long term conditions other than cancer and use this evidence to inform any changes required to the approach to support a future, wider roll-out. This research aimed to establish: • Whether the modified approach worked in all three areas • If it was appropriate for all its stakeholders (i.e. Patients and health care professionals/support workers) • The benefits were resulting from its introduction • To what extent it was being applied consistently across all three areas and by all health care professionals and support workers using it • The factors were supporting its successful implementation • The type of needs identified, how they were being addressed and any implications for the referral support service pathways • Any factors preventing the approach working and how these were addressed • To what extent it was contributing to key health service outcomes such as person centred care and support and self management • Any lessons learned from its implementation • Any improvements which would ensure that the needs of patients are being identified and met • Key recommendations for the future roll out of Supporting People in Hospital in NHS GGC.en
dc.format29 p.
dc.publisherAxiom Consultancyen
dc.subjectneeds assessmenten
dc.subjectlong term conditionsen
dc.subjectacute hospitalsen
dc.titleAn evaluation of the supporting people in hospital projecten
dc.typeEvaluation Reporten
dc.typeNeeds Assessmenten
dc.typeProgress Reporten
dc.typeResearch Findings Reporten

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