The role of nurses and allied health professionals in chronic disease management: a review of the models of healthcare delivery for chronic disease management

Frank Crossan, Nicola J. Roberts

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Abstract

This paper, commissioned by the Board Nurse Director, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is a review of research and other papers exploring the role of the nurse and allied health professionals in Chronic Disease Management (CDM). The paper begins by outlining the context and concept of CDM. The limited literature in relation to the contribution of Nurses and Allied Health Professionals (AHP’s) to CDM is then explored and an overview of international perspectives is presented. The paper concludes with recommendations drawn from the research base and identifies key papers that would be of use in the discussions currently underway within NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Commissioning bodyNHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Number of pages24
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2013

Keywords

  • chronic disease management
  • healthcare delivery
  • healthcare professionals
  • primary care nursing
  • Glasgow

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