The Balance of Care Group



Members of the Balance of Care Group are active in publishing work associated with both with Group projects and in other health fields where they are active. A selected list of relevant publications includes:

Bowen T, 2005. Whole System Models of Care for Older People. Proceedings of the 30th Meeting of the European Working Group on Operational Research Applied to Health Services, Stockholm, Sweden, June 2004.

Bowen T, Forte P, Foote C, 2005, Management and planning of services. In: Roe B and Beech R (eds). Intermediate and Continuing Care: Policy and Practice pp33-49. (Oxford, Blackwell) ISBN 1-4051-2033-9

Forte P and Bowen T, 2005. Services for older people: finding a balance. In: Vissers JMH and Beech R (eds) Health Operations Management pp282-304. (London, Routledge) ISBN 0-415-32396-7

Poxton R, 2004. What makes effective partnerships between health and social care? In: Glasby J and Peck E (eds) Care Trusts: Partnership Working in Action pp11-22. (Abingdon, Radcliffe Medical Press) ISBN 1-85775-821-8

Giraud-Saunders A, Gregory M, Poxton R, Smith C, Towell D, 2003, Valuing Health for All: PCTs and the Health of People with Learning Disabilities Action Guide. (London, Institute for Applied Health and Social Policy, King’s College) ISBN 1-904488-00-5

Rutherford P and Forte P, 2003. Successful development and application of a strategic dialysis planning model (RENPLAN) Advances in Peritioneal Dialysis, 19, 106-110 Cameron A, Giraud-Saunders A, and Poxton R, 2002, Keys to Partnership. (London, Department of Health)

Foote C and Stanners S, 2002. Integrating Care for Older People - New Care for Old - a Systems Approach. (London, Jessica Kingsley) ISBN 1-84310-010-X

Bowen T, 2000. Monitoring Health Needs and Service Costs for Older People across Europe. Proceedings of the 25th Meeting of the European Working Group on Operational Research Applied to Health Services, Valmeira, Latvia, July 1999.

Poxton R, 1999. Partnerships in Primary & Social Care: Integrating services for vulnerable people, (King’s Fund, London).

Poxton R, 1999. Primary and Community Mental Health and Social Care: Making a Difference at the Interface. The Mental Health Review, Vol 4 pp24-27.

Bowen T and Forte P, 1998. How model behaviour can improve HIV/AIDS resource planning. British Journal of Health Care Management 4, 443-445

Bowen T and Forte P, 1997. Activity and capacity planning in an acute hospital. In: Cropper S and Forte P, (eds) Enhancing Health Services Management pp 86-102 (Milton Keynes, Open University Press) ISBN 0-335-19634-9

Cropper S and Forte P, (eds) 1997. Enhancing Health Services Management (Milton Keynes, Open University Press) ISBN: 0-335-19634-9 (Runner-up in British Association of Medical Management Book of the Year award 1998)

Forte P, 1997. Needs-led planning for community care: the balance of care approach. In: Gould N, Moultrie K, (eds) Effective Policy, Planning and Implementation pp66-73 (Bath, Social Services Research and Development Unit) ISBN 1-85972-637-2

Forte P and Bowen T, 1997. Improving the balance of elderly care services. In: Cropper S and Forte P, (eds) Enhancing Health Services Management pp 71-85 (Milton Keynes, Open University Press) ISBN: 0-335-19634-9

Forte P, 1994. Data rich, information poor: data, information and decision support in the NHS. European Journal of Information Systems 3 148-54.

Forte P G, Rizakou E N, Rosenhead J V, 1994. A decision support system for planning the provision of HIV/AIDS-related services. In: Kaplan E H, Brandeau M L, (eds), Modelling the AIDS Epidemic: Planning, Policy and Prediction (New York, Raven Press) ISBN 0-7817-0164-3

Forte P, 2012, Comment évaluer l’occupation inappropriée de lits en soins aigus. Competence, 9/ 2012.

• Bowen T and Forte P, 2012, Idealised design and modelling of alternatives to hospital care. In: Tanfani E and Testi A (Eds). Advanced Decision Making Methods Applied to Health Care pp 33-50. (Milan: Springer) ISBN 978-88-470-2320-8