Edited by rosanna tarricone and agis d tsouros 2008 viii 36 pages isbn 978 92 890 4281 9 this publication is only available online demographic epidemiological social and cultural trends in european countries are changing the traditional patterns of care. This publication is part of the work of the who regional office for europe to present evidence for health policy and decision makers in a clear and understandable form it explains why health and social services should provide high quality and targeted home care for disabled and older people. This publication presents evidence supporting the provision of high quality and targeted home care for disabled and older people as part of public health and social services discussions on the effectiveness of home care as well as recommendations on its improvement are included varied cultural and care contexts in different european countries are also explored. The correct development of home care is directly tied to how well the systems carry out the key functions of service delivery in home care funding home care creating resources in home care and roles and responsibilities in home care. British medical associations cohort study of 2006 medical graduates longitudinal analysis of career trajectories kilkey m lunt n martinez perez a 29 sep 2017 british medical association research output research commissioned report
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