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Beyond binary retention in HIV care: Predictors of the dynamic processes of patient engagement, disengagement, and re-entry into care in a US clinical cohort.

Studies examining engagement in HIV care often capture cross-sectional patient status to estimate retention and identify predictors of attrition, which ignore longitudinal patient care-seeking behaviors. We describe the cyclical nature of (dis)engagement and re-entry into HIV care using the state transition framework.


Awareness of pediatric palliative care among health care workers.

Introduction: In order to develop such a relatively new type of medical care in Ukraine, as pediatric palliative care, first of all, qualified medical workers are needed. The aim: to assess the awareness of pediatric palliative care among healthcare workers providing medical services to children.

Are epilepsy patients bypassing primary care? A cross-sectional study from India.

Lack of epilepsy primary and secondary care and an arbitrary referral system causes many epilepsy patients to seek tertiary care even when they may not need it. This causes overcrowding, increased waiting times and also compromises the quality of tertiary care. We conducted this study to identify what proportion of epilepsy patients presenting to tertiary care actually needed it.


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.

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.

Validation of a care protocol for the septic patient in the Intensive Care Unit.

to elaborate and validate a protocol for the care of the nurse to the septic patient in Intensive Care Units (ICUs).

The Impact of a Change in the Price of VA Health Care on Utilization of VA and Medicare Services.

The passage of the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014 has expanded the non-Veteran Affairs (VA) care options for eligible US Veterans. In order for these new arrangements to provide the best care possible for Veterans, it is important to understand the relationship between VA and non-VA care options. The purpose of this study was to use another recent VA policy change, one that increased the reimbursement rate that eligible Veterans receive for travel for health care to VA, to understan...

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).

Collaborative Care for Depression and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Evaluation of Collaborative Care Fidelity on Symptom Trajectories and Outcomes.

Despite the growing consensus that collaborative care is effective, limited research has focused on the importance of collaborative care fidelity as it relates to mental health clinical outcomes.

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.

Re-framing Global palliative care advocacy for the Sustainable Development Goal era: a qualitative study of the views of international palliative care experts.

The World Health Assembly Palliative Care Resolution in 2014 and the inclusion of palliative care within the Sustainable Development Goals raised optimism that palliative care would no longer be a peripheral aspect of global health. However, no funding, accountability measures or indicators for palliative care development accompanied these policy developments. This risks health actors continuing to prioritise the attainment of better known, target-driven aspects of healthcare.

Nursing Information Flow in Long-Term Care Facilities.

 Long-term care (LTC), residential care requiring 24-hour nursing services, plays an important role in the health care service delivery system. The purpose of this study was to identify the needed clinical information and information flow to support LTC Registered Nurses (RNs) in care collaboration and clinical decision making.

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...

Aligning Interests in Critical Care Trial Design.

Organization of rehabilitation care in Portuguese intensive care units.

To describe the different rehabilitation care models in practice in Portuguese adult intensive care units.

Development of a National Wound Care Strategy: debating the issues.

Following on from the debate in the House of Lords (London, UK) 'Improving the standard of wound care in the NHS' in November 2017, Rt Hon. Lord Hunt of Kings Heath set up a meeting on 22 May to discuss the further action to be taken and work that has started to establish a National Wound Care Strategy.

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...

Return on Investment for a Payer-Provider Partnership to Improve Care Management of Employees and Early Retirees.

A large employer partnered with local health care providers to pilot test an intensive nurse care manager program for employees and retirees. We evaluated its impact on health care utilization and costs.

End-of-Life Care Discussion for Residents With Dementia in Long-Term Care Facilities.

Healthcare professionals play an important role in end-of-life care decisions. Although the factors affecting end-of-life care in long-term care facilities have been well studied in Western contexts, few studies have examined factors affecting end-of-life care discussions for residents with dementia among multidisciplinary professionals in Asian or Taiwanese contexts.

Useful References in Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care: The 2017 Update.

Pediatric cardiac intensive care continues to evolve, with rapid advances in knowledge and improvement in clinical outcomes. In the past, the Board of Directors of the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society created and subsequently updated a list of sentinel references focused on the care of critically ill children with congenital and acquired heart disease. The objective of this article is to provide clinicians with a compilation and brief summary of updated and useful references that have been published...

Sexual Harassment: Health Care, It Is #YouToo.

There's no question that sexual harassment-and worse-is common at the country's hospitals, clinics, research labs, and doctor's offices. Health care's gender imbalances create situations that are ripe for abuse: Women make up the majority of the workforce in health care but men still dominate positions of authority.

Economic Impact of Early Inpatient Palliative Care Intervention in a Community Hospital Setting.

Inpatient palliative care programs have demonstrated financial benefit for the hospital and improved quality of care for patients with advanced disease. Previous studies on this subject have focused on comparisons between palliative and traditional care. The financial and clinical effects of early versus late palliative care intervention are less well documented.

Quality Of End-Of-Life Care Is Higher In The VA Compared To Care Paid For By Traditional Medicare.

Congressional and Veterans Affairs (VA) leaders have recommended the VA become more of a purchaser than a provider of health care. Fee-for-service Medicare provides an example of how purchased care differs from the VA's directly provided care. Using established indicators of overly intensive end-of-life care, we compared the quality of care provided through the two systems to veterans dying of cancer in fiscal years 2010-14. The Medicare-reliant veterans were significantly more likely to receive high-intens...

Potential of specialized outpatient palliative care.

Palliative care patients with incurable advanced disease suffering from complex symptoms can receive specialized outpatient palliative care in addition to the existing ambulatory care system. Qualified physicians and nurses care for patients and their dependents in cooperation with other professionals. In addition to a 24/7 on-call service for emergencies or acute crises, patients and their dependents are offered regular visits.


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