Tale of two partnership

Carson, Gordon
June 2010
Community Care;6/17/2010, Issue 1823, p22
The article discusses the development of community health and care partnerships (CHCPs) in Scotland. It mentions the fallout partnership between Glasgow Council and National Health Service Greater Glasgow and Clyde to keep in integrated health and social care. Also mentioned is the East Renfrewshire CHCP for services like community nursing and order people's services, residential care budget and home care.


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