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Rehabilitation is everyone’s business: Principles and expectations for good adult rehabilitation

 

Rehabilitation is everyone’s business: Principles and expectations for good adult rehabilitation

NHSCSI has experience of building a community of practice to create the right change environment. Networkers have influenced a range of national products that can be used to inform provision and commissioning, for example: Rehabilitation is everyone’s business: Principles and expectations for good adult rehabilitation.

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This publication outlines principles and expectations of improved adult rehabilitation services that were derived from extensive discussions with a variety of stakeholders including many of the IRSCOP.

Download: Rehabilitation is everyone’s business: Principles and expectations for good adult rehabilitation


The principles and expectations:

  • offer a national consensus on what patients and their carers should expect
  • should be used locally to inform dialogue between commissioners, providers, clinicians and service users in examining current service delivery and whether this meets the needs of the local population
  • give services a tool for self-assessment and service user evaluation
  • provide the underpinning principles for service improvement and re-design

 

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Rehabilitation is everyone’s business: Principles and expectations for good adult rehabilitation

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