Links to other relevant work
Download the GPED Study Protocol and view links to related reports and studies on urgent and emergency care.
- Download the GPED Study Protocol
- Berchet C. OECD Working Paper No. 83.
Emergency care services: trends, drivers and interventions to reduce demand.
OECD, Paris: 2015.
- Carson D, Clay H, Stern R.
Primary Care and Emergency Departments: Report from the Primary Care Foundation (PDF).
Primary Care Foundation, London: 2010.
A&E delays: why did patients wait longer last winter?
Monitor, London: 2015. Download the report (PDF).
Walk-in centre review: final report and recommendations (PDF).
Monitor, London: 2014.
- NHS England.
Transforming urgent and emergency care services in England. Urgent and Emergency Care Review End of Phase 1 Report (PDF).
NHS England, London: 2013.
Download: Transforming urgent emergency care services in England (PDF)
- NHS England.
Urgent and emergency care vanguard sites (accessed 08-11-15).
Available at: Urgent and emergency care vanguards
- Purdy S.
Avoiding hospital admissions. What does the research evidence say? (PDF)
The King's Fund, London: 2010.
- Royal College of General Practitioners.
RCGP response to College of Emergency Medicine report.
RCGP, London: 2015.
- Royal College of Emergency Medicine and the Patients Association.
Time to act: urgent care and A&E – the patient perspective (PDF).
RCEM, London: 2015.
- Royal College of Emergency Medicine and Urgent Health UK.
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine and Urgent Health UK call for the colocation of urgent care services with A&E departments (press statement, 4th November 2015).
Available at: www.rcem.ac.uk. Also see Justin Madders MP, calls for the co-location of A&E and GP-led out-of-hours services.
- Salisbury C, Chalder M, Hollinghurst S, et al.
The impact of NHS walk-in centres on A&E services. Final report 2006 (PDF).
- UEC Review Team and ECIST.
Transforming urgent and emergency care services in England. Safer, faster, better: good practice in delivering urgent and emergency care (PDF).
A guide for local health and social care communities. NHS England, London: 2015.
Scientific Journal articles
- Ablard S, O'Keeffe C, Ramlakhan S, Mason SM.
Primary care services co-located with Emergency Departments across a UK region: early views on their development.
Emerg Med J; 2017. Doi: 10.1136/emermed-2016-206539.
- Collis J.
Adverse effects of overcrowding on patient experience and care.
Emerg Nurse 2010;18(8):34- 39.
- Giesen P, Franssen E, Mokkink H, van den Bosch W, van Vugt A, Grol, R.
Patients either contacting a general practice cooperative or accident and emergency department out of hours: a comparison.
Emerg Med J 2006;23(9):731-734.
- Khangura JK, Flodgren G, Perera R, Rowe BH, Shepperd S.
Does employing general practitioners to provide care for patients with non-urgent problems in emergency departments decrease resource use and costs?
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2012, Issue 11. Art. No.: CD002097. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD002097.pub3.
- Salisbury C, Hollinghurst S, Montgomery A, et al.
The impact of co-located NHS walk-in centres on emergency departments (PDF).
Emerg Med J 2007;24(4):265-69.�.
- O’Dowd, A.
GPs in A&E could help tackle unsustainable rise in emergency hospital admissions (PDF).
- Ramlakhan S, Mason S, O’Keeffe C, Ramtahal A, Ablard S.
Primary care services located with EDs: a review of effectiveness.
Emerg Med J 2016. doi:10.1136/emermed-2015-204900.
- Richardson DB.
Increase in patient mortality at 10 days associated with emergency department overcrowding.
Med J Aust 2006;184:213-6.
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