Publications by Type: Peer reviewed articles

2021

Fractures in the Austrian Model of Long-Term Care

Peer reviewed articles

The COVID-19 pandemic highlights limitations of long-term care (LTC) systems in Europe, which continue to be divided between health and social care, and between formal and informal care. This article focuses on Austria’s LTC sector and its critical features that became visible during the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2020

A services delivery perspective to the provision of long-term care in Portugal

Peer reviewed articles

Older people have highly diversified health and social care needs. This study set out to develop a comprehensive overview of long-term care in Portugal from a services delivery perspective that dually captures health and social services.

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Partnerships for the Goals: Beyond SDG 17

Peer reviewed articles

Partnership (Goal 17) is central to meeting the targets of the 17 SDGs that make up the UN Agenda for 2030. This article suggests that partnership needs to be articulated as a more vibrant vehicle for supporting the transformations needed to attain the Goals.

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‘I like money, I like many things’. The relationship between drugs and crime from the perspective of young people in contact with criminal justice systems

Peer reviewed articles

This paper aims to update and elaborate on the relationship between drug use and offending behaviours by exploring variations within a cross-national sample of drug-experienced young people in touch with criminal justice systems.

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2019

Eurohealth issue on Enhancing the sustainability of long-term care

Peer reviewed articles

This project aimed to synthesize existing evidence on cost-effectiveness of interventions in long-term care. Several articles cover the topics of personalization, prevention and rehabilitation, unpaid care and migrant carers.

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