Here’s just a selection of the rich resources to support Long term Conditions. Explore our full range via our website: https://www.bsuh.nhs.uk/library/
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Hutchinson D Long term conditions: a manual for general practice nurses 2016
Nicol J Nursing adults with long term conditions. 2nd ed. 2015
McEvoy P Chronic disease management: a new paradigm for care 2014
Mercer S W ABC of multimorbidity 2014
Lloyd C E Long-term conditions: challenges in health and social care 2012
Meerabeau L Long-term conditions: nursing care and management 2011
Advances in Chronic Kidney Disease (Kent, Surrey, Sussex NHS OpenAthens password required)
Arthritis Care and Research (Kent, Surrey, Sussex NHS OpenAthens password required)
Therapeutic Advances in Chronic Disease (Sussex Partnership NHS OpenAthens password required)
Evidence searches carried out on Long Term Conditions
We provide evidence to inform patient care, service improvement, research and clinical teaching. Recent searches we’ve provided include:
Nurse/non-medical prescribing in chronic disease.
Self management of long term conditions in primary care.
Pharmaceutical care models for long term conditions with co-morbidities for an ageing population.
Models of care for long term conditions.
Evidence for group education sessions within primary care for patients with long term conditions.
Long term condition management strategies in primary care.
Web and other resources
The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. They are working on NHS care for people with chronic illness or disability and have provided a selected list of references held by the Kings Fund Library to improve the care for long term conditions.
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