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Involving Older Users of Continence Services in Developing Standards of Care: A Pilot Study - Final Report on Stage 3

By Jenny R. Billings and Patrick R Brown

Abstract

The Clinical Effectiveness and Evaluation of the Royal College of Physicians of London has sought to clarify a range of factors useful in indicating quality in the provision of continence services with a view to national audit. Whilst this process began by using various panels of national experts, it has been seen as important to involve the opinions, views and experiences of the users of continence services (DoH 2001

Topics: H1, HM
Publisher: Centre for Health Services Studies
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:4738

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