WHO Survey – Values in integrated health care services

Throughout their lives, people often need different types of health or social care services from multiple professionals such as nurses, social workers and doctors. However, these services are not always properly aligned. These services therefore have to be coordinated around people’s needs. In policy terms, this is called ‘integrated health services’.

The World Health Organization, Tilburg University and EHMA members Vilans have launched a European survey researching what values matter to different people in integrated care. The objective of the survey is to learn about what people find important in the delivery of integrated health services.

You can complete the brief survey (10-15 minutes) by 31st January here: https://vilans.datacoll.nl/ylruvggdpb?l=en.

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