Review of targets and indicators for health and social care in Scotland

Independent national review into targets and indicators for health and social care.

Appendix 3 - References

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7 Bodenheimer, T., Sinsky, C., (2014) From Triple to Quadruple Aim: Care of the Patient Requires Care of the Provider. Ann Fam Med. 12(6): 573–576. Available at:

8National Performance Framework. Scottish Government. (2016) Available at:

9 Local Delivery Plan Standards. Scottish Government. Available at:

10 Integration Indicators. Scottish Government. Available at:

11 Getting it Right for Every Child. Scottish Government. Available at:

12 Scottish Government's Health and Social Care Delivery Plan. Scottish Government. Available at:

13 Stacey D, Légaré F, Lewis K, Barry MJ, Bennett CL, Eden KB, Holmes-Rovner M, Llewellyn-Thomas H, Lyddiatt A, Thomson R, Trevena L. (2017. Decision aids to help people who are facing health treatment or screening decisions. Cochrane. Available at:

14 My world Outdoors, Sharing good practice in how early years services can provide play and learning wholly or partially outdoors. Care Inspectorate.


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