Understanding Transitions of Care Across the Care Journey for Older Adults With Complex Health and Social Needs: A Qualitative Multiple-Case Study
Dr. Sara Guilcher (PhD, PT) and Dr. Kerry Kuluski (PhD, MSW)
Dr. Walter Wodchis, Dr. Susan Bronskill, Dr. Kednapa Thavorn, Dr. Jeremiah Hwee
The purpose of this research study is to understand experiences with transitions of care for persons with complex health and social needs, specifically for those with hip fractures. We will co-develop actionable recommendations for improving care transitions with patients, caregivers, healthcare providers, and decision-makers.
We are conducting a concept mapping study, which involves three steps: brainstorming, sorting and rating, and mapping. Participants will be able to take part in one or all of the phases (all steps will be conducted virtually). The sessions will be based on the question: What do you think is needed to improve care transitions for hip fracture?
Through these sessions, we will co-develop actionable recommendations to improve care transitions for persons with hip fracture. All participants will receive a $25 gift card for each step they take part in.
Target audience for participation:
Healthcare providers who have experience with hip fracture and who are working in Ontario.
For more information, please contact our study team at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Lauren Cadel at email@example.com
Deadline to participate: