Dissertation on integrated person-centred care

News 12 Apr 2024 Anam Ahmed |

Inside the black box: Examining the interconnectivity of components of integrated person-centred care of vulnerable groups through a realist lens.

The current healthcare landscape is facing pressure due to increasing (complex) care needs, staff shortages, and rising costs. Integrated person-centred care (IPCC) is widely recognized as the optimal care model to enhance health and well-being, particularly for vulnerable groups such as older individuals and those with multiple chronic conditions.

Anam’s doctoral research provides deeper insights into the interrelatedness of components influencing the effectiveness of IPCC. It demonstrates that the effectiveness of IPCC is based on specific contexts and mechanisms across different settings and emphasizes the importance of understanding the intricate relationships between context, mechanisms, and outcomes. These insights underscore the need to view the various components of IPCC as part of a larger interconnected system rather than as independent elements.

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