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When people live with multiple chronic diseases: a collaborative approach to an emerging global challenge

dianagosalvez Diana Gosálvez Prados last modified 14/03/2011 12:57

The book achieved its original overarching objective: to act as a powerful stimulus for collective effort, across traditional boundaries, among people interested in improving the management of complex chronic diseases. Without the incentive associated with the creation of something so tangible, or the pressure generated by publication deadlines and launch dates, it would have been difficult to achieve so much, in so short a period of time, and with no financial incentives.


Jadad AR, Cabrera A, Martos F, Smith R, Lyons RF. When people live with multiple chronic diseases: a collaborative approach to an emerging global challenge. Granada: Andalusian School of Public Health; 2010. Available at: http://www.opimec.org/equipos/when-people-live-with-multiple-chronic-diseases/


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17/05/2010

Along the way, those who responded made a substantial and generous attempt to summarize the limited knowledge available around this important and seriously neglected area, while proposing innovative strategies to fill the gap between what is known and what should be done to meet the needs and expectations of a growing number of vulnerable people in every society in the world.


Jadad AR, Cabrera A, Martos F, Smith R, Lyons RF

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