Third Sector Evidence and Organisational Case Studies A Stitch in Time? has completed a number of evidence reviews and organisational case studies as well as commissioning pieces of research. These support commissioners and third sector organisations to better understand what works and to better improve the outcomes which matter to people in our local communities. […]
Lanarkshire is using a Contribution Analysis (CA) approach (Mayne, 2012) to enable a conversation about the strength of evidence gathered from many disparate initiatives, all claiming to influence the outcomes agreed for Reshaping Care for Older People. The previous three chapters of the Story have evidenced contributions to the outcomes the programme aimed to achieve. The robustness of evidence has allowed focus to move to medium term outcomes. Hence this report is concerned only with the medium-term outcomes. It provides:
An overview of the evidence submitted against the six medium-term outcomes
A detailed review of contributions to the medium-term outcome of improvements in older people achieving their goals,
A detailed review of contributions to the medium-term outcome of releasing resources for reinvestment
European Innovation Partnership on Active Healthy Ageing A Compilation of Good Practices – Integrated Care for Chronic Diseases (2nd edition) This compilation is the product of the collaborative work of the members of the B3 Integrated Care Action Group. In this collective effort, the experts of the Action Group have been pooling their knowledge and […]
Stakeholders in North and South Lanarkshire Partnerships agreed a theory of change for Reshaping Care for Older People in April 2012, represented in logic model format. The outcomes they want to achieve provided a framework for the evaluation. The problem to be addressed was how to determine the success of a programme comprised of a wide-ranging set of initiatives. Some may be more successful than others, some may encounter unexpected blocks that thwart progress for a time, whilst others may simply turn out to be unworkable in practice. A means of bringing the different initiatives together under a common framework was required.