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dc.contributor.authorRoddie, Linda
dc.contributor.authorWatt, Jennifer
dc.contributor.authorSchofield, Debbie
dc.descriptionUnder Section 28 of the Carers (Scotland) Act 2016, NHS Boards have a duty to involve carers in discharge planning for patients. A tri-fold leaflet was developed which aimed to encourage staff to engage with carers to discuss what elements might help achieve a good level of care at home (paid or unpaid), thereby successfully meeting their legal obligations. NHS GGC commissioned research to explore reaction to the document amongst carers and staff, aiming to establish: - To what extent the document met the needs of carers and how they were using it - How it had been used in the wards - What difference it was making to carer involvement in discharge planning - Whether it delivered across all key stakeholders (carers and health care professionals) and across patient types - What worked and what, if anything, were the challenges to it being used effectively - What lessons can be learned from carers about how the document is communicated, issued and used - What improvements should be considered which would ensure that the document is used effectively and meets carers needs - Examples of good practice in implementation - Key recommendations for future rollout across the Health Board.en
dc.publisherAxiom Consultancyen
dc.rightsAttribution 4.0 International*
dc.subjectcarers acten
dc.subjecthospital dischargeen
dc.subjectcare at homeen
dc.titleEvaluation of the carers information leaflet: Report for NHS Greater Glasgow & Clydeen
dc.typeEvaluation Reporten

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