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Results of the evaluation of pilot projects in the field of long term care


In the period 2018-2020, the project Implementation of pilot projects that will support the transition to the implementation of the systemic long-term care act was carried out in Slovenia. The activities took place in three pilot environments, which were selected in a public tender – in the urban environment in Celje, in the semi-rural environment in Dravograd and in the rural environment Krško.

Ministry of Health was also the contracting authority of the Evaluation of pilot projects in the field of long-term care. From January 2019 to December 2020, the latter was implemented by consortium partners: Social Protection Institute of the Republic of SloveniaInstitute for Economic Research, and Centre for Social Informatics of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana (CSI).

The ultimate goal of the evaluation was to prepare an overall assessment of the implementation of pilot projects, with which the pilot project implementers tested new methods, procedures, mechanisms and services in the field of long-term care, and to monitor their effects on people. The target groups were users and their informal caregivers, employees in pilot environments and other stakeholders in the field of long-term care.

In the evaluation project the achievement of the objectives as defined by the public procurement for the implementation of the evaluation was evaluated. Based on the final joint evaluation, consortium gave the client substantiated proposals in terms of selection of instruments and tools, process planning, training, new services and coordinated and integrated treatment, which will help create appropriate solutions in the field of integrated long-term care.

The results of the evaluation are presented in a scientific monograph and the executive summary which were co-authored by CSI members Lea Lebar, Vesna Dolničar, PhD and Simona Hvalič Touzery, PhD.

Documents are available at the links below:


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