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Ideology and evidence-based practice: An issue arising from a study exploring the views of key stakeholders on the introduction of community nurse led case management for adults with long-term conditions
Stephen Leyshon1, Vari Drennan2
(1) Research Fellow, (2) Director. Primary Care Nursing Research Unit, King's Collge London and University College London (UK)

Mail delivery: Stephen Leyshon MA, Primary Care Nursing Research Unit, King's College London, Room 4.27, James Clerk Maxwell Building, 57 Waterloo Road, Londond, SE1 8WA (UK)

Rev Paraninfo digital, 2007: 2

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Leyshon, Stephen; Drennan, Vari. Ideology and evidence-based practice: An issue arising from a study exploring the views of key stakeholders on the introduction of community nurse led case management for adults with long-term conditions. Rev Paraninfo Digital, 2007; 2. In: <http://www.index-f.com/para/n2/023.php> Consulted 17 de Agosto del 2022

 

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Aim of the research: To explore issues that key stakeholders think are important arising from the introduction of community nurse-led case management in an inner-city setting.
Background: Current UK government policy has called for the introduction of case management by nurses in the community to provide targetted, intensive support to patients with long-term condition (LTCs) (DH 2004 a,b).
Methods: A qualitative case study (Yin 1994) using one inner-city District Nursing service as an exemplar case and drawing on the following specific methods odata collection:
- Semi-structured, repeated in-depth interviews (both focus-group and individual)
- Observations of District Nursing case management action learning sets.
Sample: A purposeful sample of stakeholders (n = 66) involved in the introduction of case management in an inner-London Primary Care Trust (PCT), including: community nursing staff, patients, informal carers, managers, general practitioners, social workers, hospital nursing staff, allied health professionals and university nurse teachers.
Results/Discussion: This poster will focus on one of the themes identified from the research, i.e. the tensions expressed by different stakeholders in relation to their expectations of nurses as case managers and the expectations articulated in current government policy. In particular, the role of ideology as a �driver� in health reforms, and the conflict this may cause, will be explored. Ideology, context, as representing "... a systematic set of principles linking perceptions of the world to explicit moral values (Hart 2004 p 8).
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