Roles and responsibilities in integrated care for dementia.

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Robertshaw, D. and Cross, Ainslea 2019. Roles and responsibilities in integrated care for dementia. Journal of Integrated Care. https://doi.org/10.1108/JICA-05-2018-0037
AuthorsRobertshaw, D. and Cross, Ainslea
Abstract

PURPOSE Effective integrated healthcare systems require capable, trained workforces with leadership, shared governance and co-ordination. This study aimed to provide additional understanding of roles and responsibilities in relation to integrated care from the perspective of massive open online course (MOOC) participants. METHODOLOGY MOOC discussion board posts were analysed using Framework analysis consisting of transcription, familiarisation, coding, developing an analytical framework and application of the framework. FINDINGS Boundaries and key issues surrounding roles and responsibilities were highlighted and participants suggested a number of enablers that could remove barriers, thereby enhancing integrated care. ORIGINALITY/VALUE Enablers included introduction of shared communication and IT systems to support continuity of care. Awareness and understanding of dementia was seen as crucial to promote person centred care and care planning. The roles of education in, and experience of, dementia care were highlighted. Barriers affecting the roles and responsibility professionals exercise include funding, role conflicts, time constraints and time-consuming paperwork.

PURPOSE
Effective integrated healthcare systems require capable, trained workforces with leadership, shared governance and co-ordination. This study aimed to provide additional understanding of roles and responsibilities in relation to integrated care from the perspective of massive open online course (MOOC) participants.
METHODOLOGY
MOOC discussion board posts were analysed using Framework analysis consisting of transcription, familiarisation, coding, developing an analytical framework and application of the framework.
FINDINGS
Boundaries and key issues surrounding roles and responsibilities were highlighted and participants suggested a number of enablers that could remove barriers, thereby enhancing integrated care.
ORIGINALITY/VALUE
Enablers included introduction of shared communication and IT systems to support continuity of care. Awareness and understanding of dementia was seen as crucial to promote person centred care and care planning. The roles of education in, and experience of, dementia care were highlighted. Barriers affecting the roles and responsibility professionals exercise include funding, role conflicts, time constraints and time-consuming paperwork.

KeywordsDementia; Integrated care; MOOCs
Year2019
JournalJournal of Integrated Care
PublisherEmerald
ISSN1476-9018
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1108/JICA-05-2018-0037
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/623217
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Publication dates15 Apr 2019
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ContributorsUniversity of Derby, School of Nursing and Professional Practice, University of Derby, Derby, UK and UDOL, University of Derby, Derby, UK
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