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August 2017


Service Review


This report, originally published in the British Journal of Healthcare Management details the findings of an audit of homeless patients at University College Hospital London, supported by the Pathway specialist homelessness team. The audit explores whether patients experienced any reduction in A&E presentation, admission or bed days following Pathway care, and the factors that may have contributed to this. Reductions between 38–78% were seen in these parameters, long-distance repatriation, food and clothing donation and accommodation arrangements were likely to have played a role.


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