Year of Care reports from pilot programmes
Care and support planning for people with diabetes
Year of Care report of findings from the pilot programme and Year of Care: Pilot Case Studies: 2011 - This is the formal report on the Programme describing the background, aims and objectives, parallel evaluations, the way the programme was delivered and its impact. Case studies of each of the pilot sites are provided as companion documents. Together they include key learning about implementing the Year of Care approach to care planning and the lessons for commissioning for LTCs. They will be of interest to policy makers, those with broad interests in commissioning and service delivery of personalised care for those with LTCs, and anyone contemplating introducing and embedding a programme of cultural change across the NHS.
Partners in Care: A Guide to Implementing a Care Planning Approach to Diabetes Care: 2nd ed. 2010 - This is the key guide to the philosophy and delivery of the care planning consultation and is an important resource for practitioners wishing to reflect on their practice and introduce care planning.
Getting to Grips with Year of Care: A practical Guide: 2008 - This document was produced at the end of the Year 1. It summarises the background and learning from the first phase of Year of Care (YOC) programme including the key thinking around care planning and commissioning. It introduces and provides an overview of the Care Planning House. It remains a useful introduction to the Programme.
Care and support planning for people with MSK conditions
'Bringing MSK conditions in from the care planning cold - a feasibility study' phase one interim project report - This report comes at the end of phase 1 of a two phase approach designed to tease out the issues of practical delivery and develop the tools and MSK specific resources, so these can be tested and refined as part of a multimorbidity approach to CSP in phase 2.
'Bringing MSK conditions in from the care planning cold - a feasibility study' Final study report - This final report brings together the learning from both phases of a feasibility study of care and support planning (CSP) for people living with joint, muscle and bone (MSK) conditions. It builds on the detail and lessons in the phase 1 Interim Project Report, describes additional learning and highlights dilemmas and further questions which warrant future discussion and investigation. It also celebrates the successes of the study and describes some of the benefits seen by individuals who live with MSK conditions. We also make recommendations to Versus Arthritis, policy makers and commissioners and professional leaders and training bodies.
Care and support planning for people living with frailty
Falls, frailty and care and support planning - Care and support planning (CSP) has proven to be a flexible framework to deliver personalised proactive care to people with LTCs, including people with multiple conditions and frailty. This report details an evaluation of a successful pilot project to include falls detection and prevention as an element of frailty within the CSP process.
Falls, Frailty in Care & Support Planning: A feasibility study in Newcastle & Gateshead CCG - This document provides a short summary of the main falls report.
Care and support planning for people with frailty. British Journal of Primary Care Nursing - www.bjpcn.com/browse/editorial/item/1216-care-and-support-planning-for-people with frailty
British Heart Foundation 'House of Care' project
Hardwick cost analysis case study - This document offers a simple analysis of the differences in routine care and costs, pre and post the introduction of the House of Care - the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Year of Care project. It is intended to complement evidence about how the BHF funded programme impacted on the quality and outcomes of care. ICF, Clare Walker (Hardwick Project Manager) and Year of Care Partnerships. 2017
Year of Care in Scotland
Alliance HOC Learning Report 2016 - Scotland’s House of Care Learning Report (2016). A summary of shared experiences from adopter sites, implementers, practitioners and people living with long term conditions across Scotland.