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Dignity in care: input assessment - DH interventions

Creator:

Department of Health

Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Northern Ireland
Description:

In May 2009, Opinion Leader were commissioned to undertake an independent review of the Dignity in Care Campaign. The review aims to answer whether or not the campaign is making a difference to the way services are being provided and commissioned across health, social care, local authorities and the independent sector and the way people experience care. One of the key objectives set out in the tender specification for the review, was to understand and describe from the viewpoints of a range of stakeholders, which specific interventions or activities at national or local level have worked or not worked well in the campaign and why.  This report sets out the range of interventions employed by DH in taking forward the Dignity in Care Campaign to support Opinion Leader’s analysis of interventions at a national level.

Date:

11/11/2009

Rights: Public
Suggested citation:

Department of Health. (2009) Dignity in care: input assessment - DH interventions [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/9658 [Accessed: 21st July 2018].

  

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