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The competencies of Registered Nurses working in care homes: a modified Delphi study.

registered Nurses (RNs) working in UK care homes receive most of their training in acute hospitals. At present the role of care home nursing is underdeveloped and it is seen as a low status career. We describe here research to define core competencies for RNs working in UK care homes.


Randomized Trial of an Integrated Behavioral Health Home: The Health Outcomes Management and Evaluation (HOME) Study.

Behavioral health homes provide primary care health services to patients with serious mental illness treated in community mental health settings. The objective of this study was to compare quality and outcomes of care between an integrated behavioral health home and usual care.

Bringing eCare platforms to the market.

Due to changes in the demographic situation of most Western European countries, interest in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)-supported care services is growing fast. eCare services that foster better care information exchange, social involvement, lifestyle monitoring services, etc., offered via ICT platforms, integrated in the homes of the elderly are believed to be cost-effective. Additionally, they could lead to an increased quality of life of both care receiver and (in)formal caregiver. C...


Changes over time in the health and functioning of older people moving into care homes: analysis of data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing.

the number of people requiring care home support is projected to rise in future years, but little information is available on the needs of new care home residents.

What Influences Home Care Nurses to Accept or Reject Precepting Opportunities? A Pilot Study.

Nurse managers and nursing faculty report, anecdotally, on their difficulty identifying nurses willing to precept new staff or students. To understand more about this topic, we queried home care nurses at a small agency on their perceived incentives and barriers to precepting, their preceptor status, generation of birth, and birth order. The purpose of this pilot study was to identify home care nurses' perceived incentives and barriers to becoming a preceptor. We also sought to examine possible relationship...

Hiring and Retaining Home Care Nurses.

Home care agencies are tasked with finding increasingly cost-efficient care processes to improve the quality of patient care outcomes. Hiring and retaining nurses who are well suited for home care are important factors that can influence the cost and provision of quality care in the home. The purpose of this article is to identify characteristics of home healthcare nurses that enable them to be successful home healthcare team members and leaders. A search of the literature was conducted to compile a list of...

Impact of home care versus alternative locations of care on elder health outcomes: an overview of systematic reviews.

Many elders struggle with the decision to remain at home or to move to an alternative location of care. A person's location of care can influence health and wellbeing. Healthcare organizations and policy makers are increasingly challenged to better support elders' dwelling and health care needs. A summary of the evidence that examines home care compared to other care locations can inform decision making. We surveyed and summarized the evidence evaluating the impact of home care versus alternative locations ...

Caring for Chinese-American Home Care Patients.

Chinese-Americans are the largest group of Asian Americans. Home care providers in the United States will encounter patients with various levels of traditional Chinese lifestyles, cultural expressions, and health practices. A description of how to prepare for and conduct a home care visit with a patient from China is described. This article integrates recent research about Chinese-American elders and basics of Chinese culture to assist healthcare clinicians in providing supportive, culturally sensitive home...

Medication errors in home care: a qualitative focus group study.

To explore registered nurses' experiences of medication errors and patient safety in home care.

Innovative Urgent Care for the Palliative Patient at Home.

Palliative and end-of-life patients in their homes are at risk of developing symptom crises requiring urgent care. The usual care for these patients involves transport to an Emergency Department (ED) despite the preference of most palliative patients to stay home. The objective of this initiative was to develop an innovative strategy to provide collaborative care in the home to alleviate symptoms and avoid transport. A partnership was created among Emergency Medical Services and Community Care staff, physic...

Integrating Preventive Cardiovascular Healthcare Into Home Health: A Pilot Study.

The viability of measuring and integrating preventive cardiovascular care into home healthcare was investigated through a pilot study fielded during 2013 and 2014. The study tested the feasibility of using a data registry to measure preventive cardiovascular care delivered in home healthcare, examined opportunities for quality improvement, and looked at the association between exposure to evidence-based tools and improvement in aspirin use and blood pressure screening and control among a convenience sample ...

Home as a place of caring and wellbeing? A qualitative study of informal carers and caring networks lived experiences of providing in-home end-of-life care.

Although the burden of caring is well described, the value of home as a potential place of wellbeing and support for informal caring networks when providing end-of-life care is not well recognised. Interviews and focus groups with 127 primary carers and members of informal care networks revealed their collaborative stories about caring for a dying person at home. Four themes emerged from the data: home as a place of comfort and belonging; places of social connection and collaborative caring; places of conne...

Risk of sharps injuries among home care aides: Results of the Safe Home Care survey.

Home care (HC) aides constitute an essential, rapidly growing workforce. Technology advances are enabling complex medical care at home, including procedures requiring the percutaneous use of sharp medical devices, also known as sharps. Objectives were to quantify risks of sharps injuries (SI) in a large HC aide population, compare risks between major occupational groups, and evaluate SI risk factors.

The future of community nursing: Hospital in the Home.

With an increasing ageing population who often have multiple long-term conditions, there is a growing need to provide an alternative type of care to the traditional hospital-based model. 'Hospital in the Home' is a model that provides integrated care for patients in their home. The @home service was established in 2013 by Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. The service provides health care in patients' home, supporting early discharge from hospital as well as preventing avoidable admissions and readm...

Differences in psychiatric symptoms and barriers to mental health care between volunteer and career firefighters.

Firefighters are at increased risk for mental health problems. However, little is known about differences in psychiatric symptoms between volunteer and career firefighters. This study aimed to (1) describe differences in psychiatric symptoms and barriers to mental health care between U.S. firefighters in volunteer-only and career-only departments; and (2) determine if greater self-reported structural barriers to mental health care (e.g., cost, availability of resources) explain the differences in psychiatri...

Care home manager attitudes to balancing risk and autonomy for residents with dementia.

To determine how care home managers negotiate the conflict between maintaining a safe environment while enabling the autonomy of residents with dementia. This is important because there is limited research with care home managers; yet, they are key agents in the implementation of national policies.

The Reciprocal Dynamic Model of Career Decision Ambiguity Tolerance With Career Indecision: A Longitudinal Three-Wave Investigation.

The current study investigated the dynamic interplay of career decision ambiguity tolerance and career indecision over 3 assessment times in a sample of college students (n = 583). While the previous research has repeatedly shown an association of career decision ambiguity tolerance with career indecision, the direction of this association has not been adequately assessed with longitudinal investigation. It was hypothesized in this study that there is a reciprocal pattern of career decision ambiguity tolera...

An In-Home Advanced Robotic System to Manage Elderly Home-Care Patients' Medications: A Pilot Safety and Usability Study.

We examined the safety profile and usability of an integrated advanced robotic device and telecare system to promote medication adherence for elderly home-care patients.

Transitions in Care for Infants with Trisomy 13 or 18.

Background and Objectives The scope of interventions offered to infants with trisomy 13 (T13) or trisomy 18 (T18) is increasing. We describe the spectrum of care provided, highlighting transitions in care for individual patients. Patients and Methods This is a single-center, retrospective cohort of infants with T13 or T18 born between 2004 and 2015. Initial care was classified as comfort care or intervention using prenatal counseling notes. Transitions in care were identified in the medical record. Resu...

A Qualitative Study of Difficult Nurse-Patient Encounters in Home Health Care.

The purpose of this study was to explore nurse-patient encounters from the perspective of the home health care registered nurse. A qualitative descriptive design was used to collect data from a purposive sample of 20 nurses from Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island currently or previously employed as a home health care nurse. Four themes and 1 interconnecting theme emerged from the data: objective language; navigating the unknown; mitigating risk; looking for reciprocality in the encounter; and the ...

Long-Term Care Preferences Among Individuals of Advanced Age in Germany: Results of a Population-Based Study.

The need for long-term care is expected to increase markedly in the next decades as a result of demographic ageing. Consequently, it is important to know the long-term care preferences. This study investigated the long-term care preferences among older individuals in Germany. Based on a systematic review and expert interviews, a questionnaire was designed to assess long-term care preferences. Data were gathered from a representative telephone survey of the German population (n=1,006; 65 years and above) in ...

"Treatment at Home" in Lengerich (Westfalia) - A Model of Community-Based Mental Health Care.

We examined the effectiveness of a new homebased integrated care intervention model for patients with multiple-episode psychosis in a rural area in Germany, which combines elements of 2 other well-defined interventions: Assertive Community Treatment and Home Treatment. The pilot evaluation was conducted in 2 steps, using a quantitative and a qualitative design. In a 24-month follow-up period, patients showed significant improvement in symptoms, illness severity, global functioning and quality of life, as we...

Older Adults and Management of Medical Devices in the Home: Five Requirements for Appropriate Use.

Medical devices, or instruments or tools to manage disease, are increasingly used in the home, yet there have been limited evaluations of how older adults and caregivers safely use these devices. This study concerns a qualitative evaluation of (1) barriers and facilitators of appropriate use, and (2) outcomes of inappropriate use, among older adults at the transition from hospital to home with skilled home health care (SHHC). Guided by a human factors engineering work system model, the authors (1) conducted...

Factors that influence career choice in primary care among medical students starting social service in Honduras.

To 1) describe patterns of specialty choice; 2) investigate relationships between career selection and selected demographic indicators; and 3) identify salary perception, factors that influence career choice in primary care, and factors that influence desired location of future medical practice.

Characteristics of communication with older people in home care: a qualitative analysis of audio recordings of home care visits.

To describe the characteristics of communication practice in home care visits between older people (over 65 years old) and nurse assistants (NAs) and to discuss the findings from a person-centered perspective.


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