An investigation to understand and evaluate the best ways to educate for and promote integrated working across the health and care sectors.

Deanne Clouder, Guy Daly, Arinola Adefila, Ann Jackson, Jan Furlong, Patricia Bluteau

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Abstract

This report sets out the current state of education and training for the promotion
of workforce competencies and development required to deliver integrated care
across the West Midlands region. The investigation provides insight that
incorporates formal and informal, pre-registration and post-registration/CPD
education and training that spans the future and existing health and social care
workforce. The report begins by briefly describing integrated care only in as
much as its principles and key features provide a necessary backdrop to the
investigation. Primary research findings relating to how integrated working is
incorporated into curricula in higher education institutions (HEIs) and their
associated placements, and is inculcated in a small number of service settings
across the region, are set against the international literature.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherHealth Education England
Commissioning bodyHealth Education England
Number of pages155
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jun 2017

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Keywords

  • Integrated Care
  • Training
  • Professional development
  • Health Care

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An investigation to understand and evaluate the best ways to educate for and promote integrated working across the health and care sectors. / Clouder, Deanne; Daly, Guy; Adefila, Arinola; Jackson, Ann; Furlong, Jan; Bluteau, Patricia.

Health Education England, 2017. 155 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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