The programme is also evaluated from a staff perspective, with regards to how it has been conducted in different care organisations, and how the conduct could be understood in terms of facilitators and barriers in the organisation. Both qualitative and quantitative data are used to get an understanding of the implementation process. The data collection finished in 2015, and the analyses are ongoing.
The study is important, not only to visualise older people’s needs of health and social care, and how these needs could be met, but also for understanding how to apply current knowledge in health and social care. The findings are expected to optimise future complex (står komplicerade på sveska) interventions and lead to improved care, support and rehabilitation of frail older people with complex needs.
Synneve Dahlin-Ivanoff, Kajsa Eklund, Katarina Wilhelmsson, Eva Holmgren, Anna Duner, Eva Liden, Susanne Gustafsson, Joel Faronbi, Helene Berglund, Isabelle Ottenvall-Hammar
Collaborative challenges in integrated care: Untangling the preconditions for collaboration and frail older people's participation
Angela Bångsbo (2018)