During their last year of life, many people with long-term conditions have unplanned hospital admissions for exacerbations and falls. The barriers and lack of coordination between health-sector organisations and service provision, often due to legislation and implementation, are an international issue (Klinger et al, 2014). This editorial suggests how service improvements can be effected based on small-scale collaboration
|Journal||International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
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- long-term health conditions
- unplanned hospital admissions
- end-of-life care
- partnership working