Integrated Care by the Health and Social Services Staff in Joint Emergency Team (JET) to Prevent Unnecessary Hospital Admissions in London Borough of Greenwich
Icheku, V. and Ibe, J. (2019). Integrated Care by the Health and Social Services Staff in Joint Emergency Team (JET) to Prevent Unnecessary Hospital Admissions in London Borough of Greenwich. British Journal of Research. 6 (3), p. 48.
|Authors||Icheku, V. and Ibe, J.|
Background: The Joint Emergency Team (JET) sees patients that require assessment and care package within 24 hours of referral in their own home, Accident, and Emergency (A and E) department or the Acute Medical Unit (AMU) at the local hospital. The JET Integrated team accepts referrals from all primary, community, acute and social services. There has been greater emphasis on evaluating JET working and the outcomes, studies show more of the differences in policies and design with little evidence on how the integrated team of health and social service carry their daily work. The purpose of the study is to ascertain how JET interventions can help to avoid unnecessary hospital admissions.
|Journal||British Journal of Research|
|Journal citation||6 (3), p. 48|
|10 Oct 2019|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||23 Sep 2019|
|Deposited||16 Dec 2019|
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