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Does health and social care provision for the community dwelling older population help to reduce unplanned secondary care, support timely discharge and improve patient well-being? A mixed method meta-review of systematic reviews

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posted on 22.07.2020, 14:15 by Shoba Dawson, Patience Kunonga, Fiona Beyer, Gemma Spiers, Matthew Booker, Ruth McDonald, Ailsa Cameron, Dawn Craig, Barbara Hanratty, Chris Salisbury, Alyson Huntley
These are extended data for the publication titled: Does health and social care provision for the community dwelling older population help to reduce unplanned secondary care, support timely discharge and improve patient well-being? A mixed method meta-review of systematic reviews

Table 1 describes Health and social care interventions systematic reviews-aims, outcomes, and conclusions

Table 2a and 2b describes risk of bias of included studies

Table 3 describes evidence map of health and social care interventions of included systematic reviews based on conditions and outcomes

Table 4 describes evidence summary at systematic review level for efficacy for health and social care interventions by outcome

Table 5 describes mixed methods evidence identified

Appendix 1 describes an example search strategy

Appendix 2 describes items for which data was extracted

Appendix 3 describes the PRISMA Flowchart and provides information on number of studies included

Appendix 4 describes definitions of interventions

Appendix 5 describes the PRISMA checklist

*References included in the tables and appendices can be found in the main manuscript.

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National Institute for Health Research School for Primary Care Research (NIHR SPCR) Evidence Synthesis Working Group (ESWG)

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