The Personalised care and support planning handbook is aimed at commissioners and care practitioners(i.e. not just health and care professionals, but also othe rnon-clinical and volunteer roles), and is intended to set out what personalised care and support planning is, and how to deliver it.
This series of booklets summarises evidence from 779 systematic reviews on ways to make person-centred care happen. The booklets cover: self-management support; shared decision making; enhancing experience of healthcare; improving information and understanding; and promoting prevention.
This paper is an update of the paper previously published by the King's Fund in 2011. It argues that health care commissioners will need to deliver a sustainable system in the face of the most challenging financial and organisational environment seen in decades