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Impact of advance care planning on end-of-life management.

The aim of this review is to critically appraise the recent evidence on different aspects of impact of advance care planning (ACP) in palliative care and to reflect on further implications on practice and research in the future.


Ongoing Medical Management to Maximize Health and Well-being for Persons Living With Dementia.

Persons living with dementia have complex care needs including memory loss that should be taken into account by providers and family caregivers involved with their care. The prevalence of comorbid conditions in people with dementia is high and, thus, how primary care, community providers and family caregivers provide best practice care, person-centered care is important.

Physician attire in the intensive care unit in Japan influences visitors' perception of care.

The objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of physician attire and behavior on perceptions of care by ICU visitors in Japan.


Defining anabolic resistance: implications for delivery of clinical care nutrition.

Skeletal muscle mass with aging, during critical care, and following critical care is a determinant of quality of life and survival. In this review, we discuss the mechanisms that underpin skeletal muscle atrophy and recommendations to offset skeletal muscle atrophy with aging and during, as well as following, critical care.

System-Level Health-Care Integration and the Costs of Cancer Care Across the Disease Continuum.

Policy reforms in the Affordable Care Act encourage health care integration to improve quality and lower costs. We examined the association between system-level integration and longitudinal costs of cancer care.

Evaluation of a specialized oncology nursing supportive care intervention in newly diagnosed breast and colorectal cancer patients following surgery: a cluster randomized trial.

Better coordination of supportive services during the early phases of cancer care has been proposed to improve the care experience of patients. We conducted a randomized trial to test a community-based nurse-led coordination of care intervention in cancer patients.

Diabetes research in primary care: Fiction, reality or essential?

Primary health care is increasingly the first point of contact in many health systems around the world. The World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) identifies primary care as a first-contact access point for each new need, in addition to providing long-term person-focused follow-up and not just disease-focused care. Thus, comprehensive care of most of a patient's health needs is coordinated in primary care [1]. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Integrating a palliative care approach into nursing care homes for older people.

Societies throughout the world are ageing and the proportion of people over 85 years of age is increasingly rapidly. In many countries a significant number of frail older people live in nursing care homes and will develop palliative care needs as they approach the end of their lives. In the United Kingdom around one fifth of those who die each year do so in a care home. Many of these will be cared for by generalist nurses and doctors without specific skills and knowledge in end-of-life care. Following a one...

Providing high-quality care at the end of life: the role of education and guidance.

Palliative care in the UK has been ranked as the best in the world. So where did palliative care go so wrong that a 168-page document is required to inform staff how to care for dying patients if it has been going so well for so long? Those nearing the end of their life deserve to be given optimum care, attention, compassion and consideration, but this is not always the case. The Liverpool Care Pathway was a tool originally devised to help health professionals provide high-quality end-of-life care to people...

Bedside lung ultrasound in the care of the critically ill.

To describe the technique and review the utility of bedside lung ultrasound in acute care.

Certification in Critical Care Echocardiography: The Evolution of an Emerging PICU Practice.

Patient-provider disconnect: A qualitative exploration of understanding and perceptions to care integration.

Integrated care has been well-recognized as a solution to improve quality of care for patients with complex needs. As Singapore increasingly develops and promotes integrated models of care, it is unclear if providers, patients, and caregivers share similar understanding of changes in the healthcare system.

Predictors of long-term care among nonagenarians: the Vitality 90 + Study with linked data of the care registers.

The need for long-term care services increases with age. However, little is known about the predictors of long-term care (LTC) entry among the oldest old.

Collaboration of midwives in primary care midwifery practices with other maternity care providers.

Inter-professional collaboration is considered essential in effective maternity care. National projects are being undertaken to enhance inter-professional relationships and improve communication between all maternity care providers in order to improve the quality of maternity care in the Netherlands. However, little is known about primary care midwives' satisfaction with collaboration with other maternity care providers, such as general practitioners, maternity care assistance organisations (MCAO), maternit...

The Fundamentals of Person-Centered Care for Individuals With Dementia.

Person-centered care is a philosophy of care built around the needs of the individual and contingent upon knowing the unique individual through an interpersonal relationship. This review article outlines the history, components, and impact of person-centered care practices.

Work Intensification and Quality Assurance: Missed Nursing Care.

This article examines nurses' commentaries from a survey conducted in New Zealand that studied contradictions between quality assurance and work intensification in nursing care. Nurse managers were blamed for either avoiding or not recognizing work intensification affecting quality care delivery. However, the data illustrate key structural issues resulting in missed care that impact on patient safety, rather than a problem directly attributable to managers. Until these structural issues are addressed, misse...

How Views of the Organization of Primary Care Among Patients with Hypertension Vary by Race or Ethnicity.

We assessed potential racial or ethnic differences in the degree to which veterans with pharmaceutically treated hypertension report experiences with their primary care system that are consistent with optimal chronic illness care as suggested by Wagner's Chronic Care Model (CCM).

Curricular Interventions to Promote Self-care in Prelicensure Nursing Students.

Personal self-care should be an expectation of the professional nursing role. This study evaluated self-care behaviors and perceptions of prelicensure nursing students after the integration of curricular interventions designed to promote self-care behaviors. Although few statistically significant changes were found, findings indicate that changes were beginning to occur and self-care behaviors were not declining: the curricular interventions are having a positive impact on self-care behaviors in nursing stu...

Nursing's role in leading palliative care: A call to action.

Palliative care aims to alleviate the suffering of patients with life-limiting illness while promoting their quality of life. In this call to action commentary, we review the ways in which nursing care and palliative care align, describe barriers to nurses engaging in palliative care, and provide specific recommendations for nurses involved in education, training, and administration to assist nurses at all levels of practice to engage in palliative care for their patients.

Survivorship care plan outcomes for primary care physicians, cancer survivors, and systems: a scoping review.

With the focus on survivorship care-coordination between oncology and primary care providers (PCPs), there is a need to assess the research regarding the use of survivorship care plans (SCPs) and determine emerging research areas. We sought to find out how primary care physicians have been involved in the use of SCPs and determine SCP's effectiveness in improving care for cancer survivors. In this scoping review, we aimed to identify gaps in the current research and reveal opportunities for further research...

How does continuity of care affect quality of care in primary healthcare?

Continuity of care is generally considered beneficial in primary healthcare, and in this paper the evidence for such assumptions is examined. Studies and reviews showed that continuity of care is able to decrease unnecessary hospitalisation, length of hospital stay and attendance at Accident and Emergency departments, as well as improve patient and doctor experience. It has also been found that the continuity of care provided to patients varies greatly depending on patient demographic, GP surgery policy and...

Aligning Interests in Critical Care Trial Design.

Issues in the Intensive Care Unit for Patients with Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation.

The care of patients on extracorporeal corporeal oxygenation support takes a coordinated effort among the team of nurses, midlevel providers, perfusionists, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, and physicians. Attention on the details of the circuitry and its interactions with the patient, the resolution of the disease process and the ongoing plan of care, and unique issues in the intensive care unit are crucial for success.

Medication discrepancies across multiple care transitions: A retrospective longitudinal cohort study in Italy.

Medication discrepancies are defined as unexplained differences among regimens across different sites of care. The problem of medication discrepancies that occur during the entire care pathway from hospital admission to a local care setting discharge (namely all types of settings dedicated to formal care other than hospitals) has received little attention in the medical literature. The present study aims to (1) determine the prevalence of medication discrepancies that occur during the entire care pathway fr...

Quality indicators for care of osteoarthritis in primary care settings: a systematic literature review.

Despite the high prevalence of osteoarthritis and the prominence of primary care in managing this condition, there is no systematic summary of quality indicators applicable for osteoarthritis care in primary care settings.


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