Effects of personalised care planning for people with long-term conditions

Graham has made the House of Care team aware of an interesting study that looks at the impact of personalised care planning for people with long-term conditions. They analysed the effect of personalised care planning by working with over 10,000 people with a variety of long-term conditions from diabetes to asthma to mental health conditions.

The conclusion was made that: “Personalised care planning leads to improvements in certain indicators of physical and psychological health status, and people’s capability to self-manage their condition when compared to usual care.” And it goes on to confirm that the effects “appear greater when the intervention is more comprehensive, more intensive, and better integrated into routine care.”

It was too good not to share – enjoy!

You can read it here: http://www.cochrane.org/CD010523/COMMUN_effects-of-personalised-care-planning-for-people-with-long-term-conditions

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Effects of personalised care planning for people with long-term conditions

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