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Reducing care utilisation through self-management interventions (RECURSIVE): A systematic review and meta-analysis



Findings
  • #ResourceNotFound: OAPLabels, EvidenceSummary#
  • Supporting technical documents that are health systems-relevant
    Not usually available for this document type
  • Full-text report
  • Scientific Abstract
Recency, quality and context of the findings
  • Last year literature searched
    2012
  • Year Published
    2014
  • Quality Rating
    7/11 (AMSTAR rating from McMaster Health Forum)
  • Countries in which studies (included in the synthesis) were conducted
    USA (53); UK (37); Netherlands (11); Spain (9); Australia (8); Canada (7); New Zealand (6); Germany (5); Finland (4); Sweden (4); Hong Kong (3); Ireland (3); Brazil (2); France (2); Italy (2); Norway (2); India (1); Israel (1); Japan (1); Turkey (1); UK (Northern Ireland) (1); UK (Scotland) (1)
  • Global/regional focus
    Not yet available
  • Country focus
    USA (53); UK (37); Netherlands (11); Spain (9); Australia (8); Canada (7); New Zealand (6); Germany (5); Finland (4); Sweden (4); Hong Kong (3); Ireland (3); Brazil (2); France (2); Italy (2); Norway (2); India (1); Israel (1); Japan (1); Turkey (1); UK (Northern Ireland) (1); UK (Scotland) (1)
  • Low - and middle-income country (LMIC) focus
    A low- or middle-income country is the target of this document
    At least one included study was conducted in a low- or middle-income country
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Additional details about the research
  • Type of document
    Systematic review of effects
  • Type of question
    Many
  • Focus
    General
  • Target
    Individual
    Health system
  • Priority Area
    Not applicable
  • Health system topic(s)
    Delivery arrangements
    How care is designed to meet consumers' needs
    Case management
    Package of care/care pathways/disease management
    Group care
    By whom care is provided
    Staff/self - Shared decision-making
    Self-management
    Skill mix - Multidisciplinary teams
    Skill mix - Volunteers or caregivers
    Staff - Training
    Where care is provided
    Outreach
    With what supports is care provided
    Other ICT that support individuals who provide care
    ICT that support individuals who receive care
    Implementation strategies
    Consumer-targeted strategy
    Information or education provision
    Skills and competencies development
    (Personal) Support
  • Theme
    Optimal aging
  • Domain
    Diseases
    Non-communicable diseases
    Cardiovascular disease
    Diabetes
    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Other
    Mental health and addictions
    Technologies
    Drugs
    Sectors
    Primary care
    Home care
    Hospital care
    Rehabilitation
    Long-term care
    Providers
    Physician
    Nurse
    Pharmacist
    Allied health professional
    Caregivers
Publication details
  • Citation
    Panagioti M, Richardson G, Murray E, Rogers A, Kennedy A, Newman S, et al. Reducing care utilisation through self-management interventions (RECURSIVE): A systematic review and meta-analysis. National Institute for Health Research. 2014;2(54).
  • DOI
    Not yet available

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