First published in 1998, creating a discourse on community care, differences in of care management; links between assessment, secondary health care and care management by addressing several areas which provide opportunities for successful service development.
1. Introduction, David Challis, Robin Darton and Karen Stewart. 2. Care Management and Community Care: Current Issues, Bob Welch. 3. Community Care and Health Care for Older People , Jakie Morris. 4. The Darlington Study: Findings and Lessons for Care Management, Health Care and Community Care, David Challis, Robin Darton and Karen Stewart. 5. The Darlington Service – Past, Present and Furture, Peter Carr and Sally Ann Kelly. 6. Assessment and Rehabilitation Teams in the Community: The Cornwall Experience, Douglas MacMahon, Christine McKnee and Ken Buckingham. 7. Standardised Assessment in the Community, Iain Carpenter. 8. Social Services Departments, Secondary Health Care and Community Care, Peter Huxley. 9. Cost Opportunities and Constraints in Developing Secondary Health Care in the Community, Ken Wright. 10. Linking Community Care and Health Care: A New Role for Secondary Health Care Services, David Challis, Robin Darton and Karen Stewart.
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