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Issues and Opportunities in Primary Health Care for Children in Europe: The Final Summarised Results of the Models of Child Health Appraised (MOCHA) Project

Michael Rigby
Imperial College London, UK

Mitch Blair
Imperial College London, UK

Denise Alexander
Imperial College London, UK


Product Details
Format:
Paperback
ISBN:
9781789733549
Published:
06 May 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
380 pages - 152 x 229mm
The ebook edition of this title is Open Access and freely available to read online. This book reports on a project which studied of how primary care services are delivered to children. The study, the first of its kind, has been undertaken over three years, with 20 scientific partners, and an expert agent in each country. Chapters address key questions such as professional patterns, service structure, and e-health. But it also addresses cross-cutting issues which have emerged, such as equity, listening to children and parents, quality, children's increasing autonomy across the life course, and inter-professional coordination. 

Summarising the current policies for children's primary care in each country in the EU/EEA, authors consider the differences of structure and delivery, and of outcomes including financing, professional education, e-health and other supports. 
Foreword; Mitch Blair
Chapter 1. The MOCHA Project: Origins, Approach and Methods; Mitch Blair, Denise Alexander, and Michael Rigby 
Chapter 2. Models of Primary Care and Appraisal Frameworks; Mitch Blair, Mariana Miranda Autran Sampaio, Michael Rigby, and Denise Alexander 
Chapter 3. Listening to Young People; Kinga Zdunek, Manna Alma, Janine van Til, Karin Groothuis-Oudshoorn, Magda Boere-Boonekamp, and Denise Alexander 
Chapter 4. Child Centricity and Children's Rights; Kinga Zdunek, Michael Rigby, Shalmali Deshpande, and Denise Alexander 
Chapter 5. Equity; Mitch Blair and Denise Alexander
Chapter 6. The Limited Inclusion of Children in Health and Health-Related Policy; Mitch Blair, Michael Rigby, Arjun Menon, Michael Mahgerefteh, Grit Kühne, and Shalmali Deshpande 
Chapter 7. The Invisibility of Children in Data Systems; Michael Rigby, Shalmali Deshpande, Daniela Luzi, Fabrizio Pecoraro, Oscar Tamburis, Ilaria Rocco, Barbara Corso, Nadia Minicuc, Harshana Liyanage, Uy Hoang, Filipa Ferreira, Simon de Lusignan, Ekelechi MacPepple, and Heather Gage 
Chapter 8. The Conundrum of Measuring Children's Primary Health Care; Ilaria Rocco, Barbara Corso, Daniela Luzi, Fabrizio Pecoraro, Oscar Tamburis, Uy Hoang, Harshana Liyanage, Filipa Ferreira, Simon de Lusignan, Nadia Minicuci 
Chapter 9. Measurement Conundrums: Explaining Child Health Population Outcomes in MOCHA Countries; Heather Gage and Ekelechi MacPepple 
Chapter 10. Services and Boundary Negotiation for Children with Complex Needs; Maria Brenner, Miriam O’Shea, Anne Clancy, Stine Lundstroem Kamionka, Philip Larkin, Sapfo Lignou, Daniela Luzi, Elena Montañana Olaso, Manna Alma, Fabrizio Pecoraro, Rose Satherley, Oscar Tamburis, Keishia Taylor, Austin Warters, Ingrid Wolfe, Jay Berry, Colman Noctor, and Carol Hilliard 
Chapter 11. School Health Services; Danielle Jansen, Hanneke Vervoort, Annemieke Visser, Sijmen A. Reijneveld, Paul Kocken, Gaby de Lijster, and Pierre Andre Michaud 
Chapter 12. Primary Care for Adolescents; Pierre-Andre Michaud and Danielle Jansen 
Chapter 13. Workforce and Professional Education; Mitch Blair, Heather Gage, Ekelechi MacPepple, Pierre-Andre Michaud, Carol Hilliard, Anne Clancy, Eleanor Hollywood, Maria Brenner, Amina Al-Yassin, and Catharina Nitsche 
Chapter 14. E-Health as the Enabler of Primary Care for Children; Michael Rigby, Grit Kühne, and Shalmali Deshpande 
Chapter 15. Affiliate Contributors to Primary Care for Children; Denise Alexander, Uttara Kurup, Arjun Menon, Michael Mahgerefteh, Austin Warters, Michael Rigby, and Mitch Blair 
Chapter 16. The Transferability of Primary Child Health Care Systems; Paul Kocken, Eline Vlasblom, Gaby de Lijster, Helen Wells, Nicole van Kesteren, Renate van Zoonen, Kinga Zdunek, Sijmen A. Reijneveld, Mitch Blair, and Denise Alexander 
Chapter 17. National and Public Cultures as Determinants of Health Policy and Production; Kinga Zdunek, Mitch Blair, and Denise Alexander 
Chapter 18. Bringing MOCHA Lessons to Your Service; Magda Boere-Boonekamp, Karin Groothuis-Oudshoorn, Tamara Schloemer, Peter Schröder-Bäck, Janine van Til, Kinga Zdunek, and Paul Kocken 
Chapter 19. Evidence to Achieve an Optimal Model for Children's Health in Europe; Mitch Blair, Michael Rigby, and Denise Alexander
Michael Rigby is Visiting Professor in the Section of Pediatrics in Imperial College London and Emeritus Professor of Health Information Strategy at Keele University. 
Mitch Blair is Professor of Pediatrics and Child Public Health at Imperial College London and Consultant Pediatrician at Northwick Park Hospital. 
Denise Alexander is Research Coordinator of the Models of Child Health Appraised (MOCHA) EU project.

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