Article

Delivering a national programme of anticipatory care in primary care: a qualitative study

Citation

O'Donnell CA, Mackenzie M, Reid M, Turner F, Clark J, Wang Y, Sridharan S & Platt S (2012) Delivering a national programme of anticipatory care in primary care: a qualitative study. British Journal of General Practice, 62 (597), pp. e288-e296. https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp12x636137

Abstract
Primary prevention often occurs against a background of inequalities in health and health care. Addressing this requires practitioners and systems to acknowledge the contribution of health-related and social determinants and to deal with the lack of interconnectedness between health and social service providers. Recognising this, the Scottish Government has implemented a national programme of anticipatory care targeting individuals aged 45–64 years living in areas of socioeconomic deprivation and at high risk of cardiovascular disease. This programme is called Keep Well.

Journal
British Journal of General Practice: Volume 62, Issue 597

StatusPublished
FundersPublic Health Scotland, University of Glasgow and University of Edinburgh
Publication date30/04/2012
Publication date online01/04/2012
Date accepted by journal15/11/2011
PublisherRoyal College of General Practitioners
ISSN0960-1643
eISSN1478-5242