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Towards Whole Person Care

Towards Whole Person Care

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This paper reviews the case for change in the English health and care system and considers how to move towards a ‘whole person care’ approach. It sets out broad themes that we intend to return to in IPPR’s wider work on creating a health and care system that is fit for the future.
This paper reviews the case for change in the English health and care system and considers how to move towards a ‘whole person care’ approach. It sets out broad themes that we intend to return to in IPPR’s wider work on creating a health and care system that is fit for the future.

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Published by: Joaquín Vicente Ramos Rodríguez on Dec 06, 2013
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Institute for Public Policy Research
Sarah Bickerstaffe
December 2013 © IPPR 2013
REPORT
 TOWARDS  WHOLE PERSON CARE
 
NE IDEAS for CHANGE
 ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sarah Bickerstaffe
 is fellow in health at IPPR.
 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
We are very grateful to Deloitte for their generous support without which this work would not have been possible.
 ABOUT IPPR
IPPR, the Institute for Public Policy Research, is the UK’s leading progressive thinktank. We are an independent charitable organisation with more than 40 staff members, paid interns and visiting fellows. Our main office is in London, with IPPR North, IPPR’s dedicated thinktank for the North of England, operating out of offices in Newcastle and Manchester. The purpose of our work is to assist all those who want to create a society where every citizen lives a decent and fulfilled life, in reciprocal relationships with the people they care about. We believe that a society of this sort cannot be legislated for or guaranteed by the state. And it certainly won’t be achieved by markets alone. It requires people to act together and take responsibility for themselves and each other.IPPR 4th Floor 14 Buckingham Street London WC2N 6DF  T: +44 (0)20 7470 6100 E: info@ippr.org www.ippr.org Registered charity no. 800065 This paper was first published in December 2013. © 2013  The contents and opinions in this paper are the author(s) only.

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