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Article

Keemink, Jolie R., Glass, Devyn, Dargan, Alan, Sharp, Rebecca, Forder, Julien E. (2023) The Role of Adult Social Care in the Prevention of Intensive Health and Care Needs: A Scoping Review. Journal of Long-Term Care, . ISSN 2516-9122. (Submitted) (Access to this publication is currently restricted. You may be able to access a copy if URLs are provided) (KAR id:104803)
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Hanratty, Barbara, Wolters, Arne, Towers, Ann-Marie, Spilsbury, Karen, Meyer, Julienne, Killett, Anne, Jones, Liz, Gordon, Adam, Burton, Jennifer Kirsty, Akdur, Gizdem, and others. (2023) Data collections in care homes for older adults: a national survey in England. Journal of Long-Term Care, . E-ISSN 2516-9122. (In press) (Access to this publication is currently restricted. You may be able to access a copy if URLs are provided) (KAR id:103092)
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Rand, Stacey, Collins, Grace, Zhang, Wenjing, Milne, Alisoun, Silarova, Barbora (2023) Applying outcomes in community-based social care practice in England. Journal of Long-Term Care, 2023 . pp. 33-44. ISSN 2516-9122. (KAR id:99881)
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Hunter, David J., Redgate, Sam, Hudson, Bob, Peckham, Stephen (2020) Do Policy Implementation Support Programmes Work? The Case of the Care Act 2014. Journal of Long Term Care, 2020 . pp. 196-207. ISSN 2516-9122. (doi:10.31389/jltc.42) (KAR id:85327)
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Towers, Ann-Marie, Killett, Anne, Handley, Melanie, Almack, Kathryn, Backhouse, Tamara, Bunn, Diane, Bunn, Frances, Dickinson, Angela, Mathie, Elspeth, Mayrhofer, Andrea, and others. (2020) Producing ‘Top Tips’ for care home staff during the COVID-19 pandemic in England: rapid reviews inform evidence-based practice but reveal major gaps. Journal of Long-term Care, . E-ISSN 2516-9122. (Access to this publication is currently restricted. You may be able to access a copy if URLs are provided) (KAR id:83182)
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Malley, Juliette, Rand, Stacey, Netten, Ann, Towers, Ann-Marie, Forder, Julien E. (2019) Exploring the feasibility and validity of a pragmatic approach to estimating the impact of long-term care: The ‘expected’ ASCOT method. Journal of Long-Term Care, . E-ISSN 2516-9122. (KAR id:73212)
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Conference or workshop item

Batchelder, Laurie, Malley, Juliette, Razik, Kamilla, Forder, Julien E. (2016) How do people make decisions about ‘best’ and ‘worst’ quality of life states? A qualitative exploration of best-worst scaling responses to the ASCOT measure of care-related quality of life. In: ILPN Conference 2016: Abstracts. . p. 8. International Long Term Care Policy Network (KAR id:59079)
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