Results: 16

For: integration

Migrant mental health may improve with children’s educational success


John Moriarty’s debut blog investigates a recent cross-sectional study looking at whether the mental health of migrant parents is supported by the educational achievements of their children.

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Integrated care for the physical health of people with severe mental illness: no easy answers


Liz Hughes summarises a recent rapid review on integrated care to address the physical health needs of people with severe mental illness.

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Experiences of secondment in integrated care: isolation, invisibility and lack of supervision

Isolated cabin

Jill Manthorpe considers the findings of interviews with mental health social workers about their experiences of secondment to integrated care services.

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Continuity of relationships can help older adults cope with care transition

Older woman

Jill Manthorpe reports an updated NIHR-funded literature review of how we can improve older adults’ experiences of care transition.

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Move towards more coordinated services and the value of targeting populations, says the Health Foundation


This is a critique of a report from the Health Foundation looking at the coordinating services and targeting populations rather than acute health goals.

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New NICE Guideline on social care support for older people with multiple long-term conditions


Sarah Carr takes a look at a new NICE Guideline on person-centred, integrated social care support for older people with multiple long-term conditions.

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Collaboration, collaboration, collaboration


Kirsten Lawson explores the benefits of working across professional and therapeutic boundaries, highlighted beautifully by the recent COINCIDE RCT of collaborative care for patients with depression comorbid with diabetes or cardiovascular disease.

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