Research & Case Studies

There is a growing body of high quality research evidence to show that the Calderdale Framework works to develop and transform the workforce. Below are references for research papers where Calderdale framework has been used. We have also supplied a number of case studies and posters for your use and reference.

Research papers

  • Smith R, Duffy J (2010) ‘Developing a competent and flexible workforce using the Calderdale Framework’ IJTR 17(5):254-262.
  • Nancarrow S, Moran A, Wiseman L, Pighills AC, Murphy K (2012) Assessing the implementation process and outcomes of newly introduced assistant roles: a qualitative study to examine the utility of the Calderdale Framework as an appraisal tool. J Multidiscip Healthc 5: 307–17
  • GNARTN (2013) Rural and Remote Generalist: Allied Health Project. GNARTN Project Report PDF
  • Patterson S et al (2015) Streamlining Clinical Practice in an Australian Community Rehabilitation Service using The Calderdale Framework. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation ,22(9):232-239.
  • Pighills A (2015) Skill sharing between allied health professionals in a community setting: a randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 22(11):524-534.
  • Nancarrow,S.A (2015) Six Principles to enhance workforce flexibility. Human Resources for Health 13(9).
  • Reshaping the workforce to deliver the care patients need (2016)
  • Furness L et al (2016) Implementation of a new model of clinical education for regional occupational therapy student clinical placements’ Australian Health Review
  • Kaltner M et al (2017) A randomized controlled trial of transdisciplinary allied health care in an acute medical setting. J Interprof Care,31(2), 190-198

Case studies & posters