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Factors related to the provision of home-based end-of-life care among home-care nursing, home help, and care management agencies in Japan.

To promote home death, it is necessary to clarify the institutional barriers to conducting end-of-life (EOL) care and consider strategies to deal with this process. This study aims to clarify institution-related factors associated with the provision of home-based EOL care cases, and to compare them among three different types of home-care agencies.

Quality of life and level of satisfaction of elderly persons receiving home health care: a cross-sectional study.

This study evaluated quality of life and level of satisfaction of elderly persons receiving home health care. Data was collected through a questionnaire and by examining medical records of 500 elderly patients. The mean age of study participants was 81 years. Results shows a high level of satisfaction with the quality of care received, the training of doctors and relationships with staff. Healthcare services requested by patients and supplied almost completely match; however, social services offered need to...

Career plans of primary care midwives in the Netherlands and their intentions to leave the current job.

In labour market policy and planning, it is important to understand the motivations of people to continue in their current job or to seek other employment. Over the last decade, besides the increasingly medical approach to pregnancy and childbirth and decreasing home births, there were additional dramatic changes and pressures on primary care midwives and midwifery care. Therefore, it is important to re-evaluate the career plans of primary care midwives and their intentions to leave their current job.

Comparison of terminally ill cancer- vs. non-cancer patients in specialized palliative home care in Germany - a single service analysis.

Palliative care (PC) is no longer offered with preference to cancer patients (CA), but also to patients with non-malignant, progressive diseases. Taking current death statistics into account, PC in Europe will face a growing number of patients dying from non-cancer diseases (NCA). More insights into specialized palliative home care (SPHC) in NCAs are needed.

Improving Decision making On Location of Care with the frail Elderly and their caregivers (the DOLCE study): study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial.

One of the toughest decisions faced by elderly people is whether to stay at home or move to a care facility. This study seeks to evaluate the impact of training interprofessional home-care teams in shared decision making combined with a decision aid on the proportion of elderly people who report being active in the decision-making process regarding whether to stay at home or move to a care facility.

Facility-Related Factors Influencing the Place of Death and Home Care Rates for End-Stage Cancer Patients.

In Japan, palliative home care is subject to increasing demand from patients. However, the number of deaths at home is still not as high as that of palliative home care users.

Satisfaction with the relationship from the perspectives of family caregivers, older adults and their home care workers.

Given the increasing reliance on both formal (paid) and informal (unpaid) assistance for the care of older adults and the close relationships which are often formed with home care workers, the present study evaluated satisfaction with the relationship from the perspectives of the three members that make up the home caregiving triad: older adults, their family members and their home care workers.

Discrepancies in assessing home care workers' working conditions in a Norwegian home care service: differing views of stakeholders at three organizational levels.

The present study is a follow-up study of factors contributing to an undesirable quality of work environment and sick leave rate in the home care services in a Norwegian municipality. The underlying assumption is that organizational discrepancies in the perceptions and appraisals of significant factors and processes in an organization have detrimental effects on the management of the organization and on work environment conditions. Thus, the study aim is to explore potential organizational discrepancies in ...

Factors Associated with Having a Medical Home for Children At-Risk of Experiencing Negative Events: Results from a National Study.

Although the Patient Centered Medical Home is a considered an optimal model for care, some children still do not receive care in this model. Beyond the clinical and practitioner factors known to affect having a medical home, family and environmental risks [referred to as adverse childhood experiences (ACE)] may also be associated with having a medical home. This study's purpose was to examine whether family and environment risks are associated with children having a medical home.

Evaluation of a novel home skin care platform.

The home beauty device market is rapidly growing, having more than tripled in the last four years. This study evaluates several specific attachment heads using a novel home skincare platform (HSP). By incorporating multiple treatment heads for cleansing, skin smoothing, and skin infusion, this device has the potential to address many potential treatment goals. The first subset of this study is a blinded, randomized split-face study evaluating the efficacy of the HSP device with a standard brush head for mak...

Far from a 'fallback' job option, care home nursing is a privilege.

How sad to read that care home nursing is seen as 'something people do when they cannot get a job elsewhere' (News, April 29). I chose care home nursing straight out of university.

Health and Functioning of Families of Children With Special Health Care Needs Cared for in Home Care, Long-term Care, and Medical Day Care Settings.

To examine and compare child and parent or guardian physical and mental health outcomes in families with children with special health care needs who have medically complex technology-dependent needs in home care, long-term care (LTC), and medical day care (MDC) settings. The number of children requiring medically complex technology-dependent care has grown exponentially. In this study, options for their care are home care, LTC, or MDC. Comparison of child and parent/guardian health outcomes is unknown.

Occupational health of home care aides: results of the safe home care survey.

In countries with ageing populations, home care (HC) aides are among the fastest growing jobs. There are few quantitative studies of HC occupational safety and health (OSH) conditions. The objectives of this study were to: (1) assess quantitatively the OSH hazards and benefits for a wide range of HC working conditions, and (2) compare OSH experiences of HC aides who are employed via different medical and social services systems in Massachusetts, USA.

Home-Based Hospice Care Reduces End-of-Life Expenditure in Taiwan: A Population-Based Study.

Inpatient hospice care can reduce futile treatment and medical costs. However, the cost trimming effect of home-based hospice care in hospital has yet not been explored. This study evaluates the impact of home-based hospice care on end-of-life expenditure in hospitals with different spending intensity.This is a population-based retrospective study in Taiwan. Cancer decedents were identified in the National Health Insurance Research Database (NHIRD) from 2009 to 2011. They are categorized by hospital spendin...

Managing End-of-Life Care in ALS and Its Associated Issue.

The neurological disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) requires pain palliation during end-of-life stages. From the view point of a home-care doctor who assists patients with their final wishes to die at home, I summarize the issues involving the section of medical treatments, the extent and frequency of end-of-life pain, the methodology of pain palliation, and the facts of end-of-life care at home. I also present several clinical cases of end-of-life home care and discuss its demand and problems.

Factors of Good Collaboration in Home-Based End-of-Life Care: A Questionnaire Survey of Japanese Home Care Nurses, Home Helpers, and Care Managers.

Good interprofessional work (IPW) is essential to provide quality home-based end-of-life (EOL) care. The purpose of this study was to explore the factors of "good collaboration," as evaluated separately by home care nurses (HNs), home helpers (HHs), and care managers (CMs). The relationship was examined between their evaluation of good collaboration and their recent actual experience of interprofessional collaborative work for a home-based EOL case. The questionnaire was returned nationwide by 378 HNs, 305 ...

Investigating the Challenges and Opportunities in Home Care to Facilitate Effective Information Technology Adoption.

As home care utilization increases, information technology (IT) becomes a critical tool for providing quality home care. However, most home health agencies (HHAs) in the United States are in a position to adopt and leverage IT solutions in budget-constrained settings, where it is crucial to address important and pressing challenges and opportunities for achieving effectiveness in IT adoption.

Patient and Practice Characteristics: Impact on Career Satisfaction of Obstetrician-Gynecologists.

This study examined demographic and practice characteristics that affect the career satisfaction of obstetrician-gynecologists. Data were retrieved from the 2008 Health Tracking Physician Survey, conducted by the Center for Studying Health System Change. The survey consisted of a nationally representative sample of physicians belonging to the American Medical Association. A final sample of 290 obstetrician-gynecologists was obtained from the study. Results indicated more than 80% of obstetrician-gynecologis...

Home nutrition care in the Czech Republic.

Home artificial nutrition includes application of enteral and parenteral nutrition in home environment, in cases of natural nutrition access failure. Home enteral nutrition uses various modality and ways, when persist the functional bowel. Chronic intestinal failure indicates dependence of home parenteral nutrition and is aplicated with central venous accesses. Home artificial nutrition improves patient´s quality of life and is more economical compared with hospital care.Key words: home artificial nutritio...

Best Practices for Managing Medical Equipment and Supplies Stored in a Vehicle.

Home care clinicians often have to transport supplies to patients' homes, and remove and transport items from the home after care is provided. This article will provide guidelines and best practices for the proper methods of managing and storing infection prevention and control supplies and regulated medical waste in a home care clinician's personal vehicle.

Work-related factors influencing home care nurse intent to remain employed.

Health care is shifting out of hospitals into community settings. In Ontario, Canada, home care organizations continue to experience challenges recruiting and retaining nurses. However, factors influencing home care nurse retention that can be modified remain largely unexplored. Several groups of factors have been identified as influencing home care nurse intent to remain employed including job characteristics, work structures, relationships and communication, work environment, responses to work, and condit...

Technology support to a telehealth in the home service: Qualitative observations.

The Flinders University Telehealth in the Home (FTH) trial was an action research initiative that introduced and evaluated the impact of telehealth services on palliative care patients living in the community, home-based rehabilitation services for the elderly, and services to the elderly in residential aged care. The aim of this study was to understand the issues encountered during the provision of technology services that supported this trial.

Career satisfaction of Pennsylvanian dentists and dental hygienists and their plans to leave direct patient care.

The aim of this study is to explore a number of practice-related dynamics between dentists and dental hygienists, including their career dissatisfaction, plans to leave direct patient care, hiring difficulties, and full-time work.

Home Birth of Infants with Congenital Anomalies: A Case Study and Ethical Analysis of Careproviders' Obligations.

This article presents the case of a mother who is planning a home birth with a midwife with the shared knowledge that the fetus would have congenital anomalies of unknown severity. We discuss the right of women to choose home birth, the caregivers' duty to the infant, and the careproviders' dilemma about how to respond to this request. The ethical duties of concerned careproviders are explored and reframed as professional obligations to the mother, infant, and their profession at large. Recommendations are ...

Parental decision-making on utilisation of out-of-home respite in children's palliative care: findings of qualitative case study research - a proposed new model.

Respite in children's palliative care aims to provide a break for family's from the routine of caring. Parental decision-making regarding the utilisation of out-of-home respite is dependent on many interlinking factors including the child's age, diagnosis, geographical location and the family's capacity to meet their child's care needs. A proposed model for out-of-home respite has been developed based on the findings of qualitative case study research.