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What is the evidence on new models of integrated care?

Monday June 26th 10.30-12.30

Seminar Room G14, 9 Mappin Street, Sheffield

A team at the University of Sheffield are nearing completion of a systematic review which has examined UK and international literature on models of integrated care.

We are holding a workshop to outline the results of the systematic review and to seek input regarding how the findings resonate with people’s knowledge and experiences.

We anticipate that stakeholders including researchers, commissioners, managers, and clinicians will find the workshop of interest.

Background

The NHS has been challenged to overcome fragmentation of services and adopt new, flexible models that integrate hospitals, primary care and social care. In 2016 the National Institute for Health Research funded a number of evidence reviews to supplement work going on in NHS vanguard sites. A team at the University of Sheffield are nearing completion of a systematic review which has examined UK and international literature on models of integrated care. The study aims to achieve an enhanced understanding of the mechanisms whereby new models of service delivery impact on healthcare and patient outcomes, and ways that models might work in different contexts.

Content

The workshop will outline the results of the systematic review and provide insights into the strengths and limitations of the evidence around different models and outcomes.

The review findings will be considered in terms of applicability of the evidence to different services and contexts.

The workshop will also seek input regarding clarity of presentation of the review findings, and provide an opportunity to discuss how the findings resonate with people’s knowledge and experiences.

We anticipate that stakeholders including researchers, commissioners, managers, and clinicians will find the workshop of interest.

Numbers are limited – If you would like to attend please let us know via this link

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