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Early Discharge Programme on Hospital-at-Home Evaluation for Patients with Immediate Postoperative Course after Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery.

To audit the safety of the early hospital discharge care model offered by a Hospital-at-home (HAH) unit during early postoperative follow-up of these patients, and to determine whether this care model is more efficient compared to the traditional care model.


Factors predicting a home death among home palliative care recipients.

Awareness of factors affecting the place of death could improve communication between healthcare providers and patients and their families regarding patient preferences and the feasibility of dying in the preferred place.This study aimed to evaluate factors predicting home death among home palliative care recipients.This is a population-based study using a national representative sample retrieved from the National Health Insurance Research Database. Subjects receiving home palliative care, from 2010 to 2012...

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.


End-of-Life Care for WW II, Korea, and Vietnam-Era Veterans.

Military Veterans have made many sacrifices for our country and deserve high-quality care at end of life. The purpose of this article is to discuss the WW II, Korean and Vietnam Veteran population, and common concerns at the end of life. Areas of focus include spiritual and emotional needs, posttraumatic stress disorder, and pain management. Understanding of military/Veteran culture, the stoic mindset, and moral injury may provide foundational knowledge for nonmilitary home care and hospice clinicians to un...

Home to die from the intensive care unit: A qualitative descriptive study of the family's experience.

Many people would choose to die at home, and this can be an option for intensive care patients. However, there is limited exploration of the impact on the family.

« Doctor, I would like to stay at home » About the partnership between a specialized palliative home care team and general practitioners.

During home care, general practitioners are faced with complex end-of-life situations. This leads to difficulties in taking care of the patient alone, and may require support from a multi-professional specialized palliative home care team. The palliative care teams follow these situations upon request from the GPs or home nurses, in order to provide help in encountered difficulties. The palliative care teams' activity is based on mentoring, anticipating possible future difficulties and managing crises. In o...

Feasibility of the Namaste Care Programme to enhance care for those with advanced dementia.

Many individuals approaching the end of life with advanced dementia will live in a care or residential home. A wide spectrum of care is required and physical and safety needs may be prioritised above all other requirements. The Namaste Care Programme is designed to provide a holistic approach to meeting the needs of those with advanced dementia. This paper will outline the process of introducing this programme into a care home and its impact upon those who were involved. With a small sample of residents (n=...

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...

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...

Patients' experiences of person-centred integrated heart failure care and palliative care at home: an interview study.

Patients with severe heart failure (HF) suffer from a high symptom burden and high mortality. European and Swedish guidelines for HF care recommend palliative care for these patients. Different models for integrated palliative care and HF care have been described in the literature. No studies were found that qualitatively evaluated these models. The purpose of this study is to describe patients' experiences of a new model of person-centred integrated HF and palliative care at 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.

Experience with and amount of postpartum maternity care: Comparing women who rated the care they received from the maternity care assistant as 'good' or 'less than good care'.

The postpartum period is an important time in the lives of new mothers, their children and their families. The aim of postpartum care is 'to detect health problems of mother and/or baby at an early stage, to encourage breastfeeding and to give families a good start' (Wiegers, 2006). The Netherlands maternity care system aims to enable every new family to receive postpartum care in their home by a maternity care assistant (MCA). In order to better understand this approach, in this study we focus on women who...

VA Staff Perceptions of the Role of the Extended Care Referral Process in Home and Community-Based Services versus Nursing Home Use Post-Hospital Discharge.

Little is known about how the extended care referral process-its structure and participants-influences Veterans' use of home and community-based services (HCBS) over nursing home care within the Veterans Health Administration (VHA). This study thus characterizes the extended care referral process within the VHA and its impact on HCBS versus nursing home use at hospital discharge. Data derive from 35 semi-structured interviews at 12 Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (VAMCs). Findings indicate that the referra...

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...

Giving birth on our own terms-Women's experience of childbirth at home.

home births are quite rare and are not supported as part of mainstream health care services in most European countries. Women who choose home as the place of birth often do so because maternity services in hospitals do not offer the options that they want. The aim of the present study is to describe women's experiences of giving birth at home and to produce a comprehensive structure of meaning regarding giving birth at home.

A cross-disciplinary assessment of student loans debt, financial support for study and career preferences upon graduation.

To explore relationships between student loans debt, financial support and career preferences upon graduation for all healthcare disciplines offered at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland.

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...

Use of medicinal plants as home remedies in Primary Health Care in Blumenau - State of Santa Catarina, Brazil.

An increase in the use of alternative therapeutic practices has been observed in the past decade, especially in medicinal plants, herbal and home remedies, which has been supported by policies within the scope of the Unified Health System (SUS). This study investigated the use of home remedies by users of Primary Health Care in Blumenau, State of Santa Catarina. It is a cross-sectional, observational and epidemiological study, the data for which were obtained via a questionnaire applied to 701 individuals. ...

Dementia behaviour management programme at home: impact of a palliative care approach on care managers and professional caregivers of home care services.

Care managers and professional caregivers of home care services are sometimes unaware of the psychosocial approaches to the challenging behaviour of dementia. Therefore, we developed a Behaviour Analytics & Support Enhancement (BASE) programme. We investigated the effects of the programme on the attitudes towards dementia care among professionals.

Rheumatologic care of nursing home residents with rheumatoid arthritis: a comparison of the year before and after nursing home admission.

The purpose of this study was to investigate health care for patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) before and after admission to nursing homes. Data of a German health insurance fund from persons with diagnostic codes of RA, aged ≥65 years, admitted to a nursing home between 2010 and 2014 and continuously insured 1 year before and after admission were used. The proportion of patients with ≥1 rheumatologist visit and ≥1 prescription of biologic or conventional synthetic disease-modifying antirheum...

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...

'The Elephant on the Table': Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Home Health Services.

Healthcare services are increasingly being provided in the home. At the same time, these home contexts are changing as global migration has brought unprecedented diversity both in the recipients of care, and home health workers. In this paper, we present findings of a Canadian study that examined the negotiation of religious and ethnic plurality in home health. Qualitative analysis of the data from interviews and observations with 46 participants-clients, administrators, home healthcare workers-revealed how...

Effects of home-visit nursing services on hospitalization in the elderly with pressure ulcers: a longitudinal study.

The risk of pressure ulcers in beneficiaries of long-term care insurance is expected to increase in South Korea's aging society. However, those who stay at home may not be managed appropriately with regard to pressure ulcer development. Here, we examined the relationship between home-visit nursing services and hospitalization related to pressure ulcers among beneficiaries with pressure ulcers in home-care settings.

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.

Nonemergency Acute Care: When It's Not the Medical Home.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) affirms that the optimal location for children to receive care for acute, nonemergency health concerns is the medical home. The medical home is characterized by the AAP as a care model that "must be accessible, family centered, continuous, comprehensive, coordinated, compassionate, and culturally effective." However, some children and families use acute care services outside the medical home because there is a perceived or real benefit related to accessibility, conve...


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