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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...


Caring for patients with brain tumors compared to patients with non-brain tumors Experiences and needs of informal caregivers in home care settings.

Informal caregivers of patients with advanced cancer experience a challenging time, especially while caring for the patient at home. Aim of this study is to compare experiences, perceived burdens, and needs during home care of informal caregivers of brain tumor patients and informal caregivers of non-brain tumor patients.

Respiratory Care Considerations for Children with Medical Complexity.

Children with medical complexity (CMC) are a growing population of diagnostically heterogeneous children characterized by chronic conditions affecting multiple organ systems, the use of medical technology at home as well as intensive healthcare service utilization. Many of these children will experience either a respiratory-related complication and/or they will become established on respiratory technology at home during their care trajectory. Therefore, healthcare providers need to be familiar with the resp...


Patient-Centered Home Model of Care and the Role of Patient Care Teams in the Treatment and Management of Chronic Disease.

Patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is a concept of a team of providers caring for a panel of patients with the goals to improve the quality of care while simultaneously decreasing the cost of that care. The clinical evidence that the PCMH approach achieves either goal is mixed. More studies are in progress that will provide more data.

Integrating caring into patient-centered care through interprofessional education and ethics: The Caring Project.

In an era of health care that is driven by biological and technical advances, there is a need to safeguard the caring component of care, the humanistic part of care. With this in mind, the authors constructed a Patient-Centered Caring model consisting of three overlapping constructs: delivering customer service, understanding the illness experience, and providing trauma-informed care. These practices operate within an interprofessional competency context. The authors describe an interprofessional educationa...

« 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...

Effect of a children's at-home nursing team on reducing emergency admissions.

This article explores the effect of a children's at-home nursing team, Hospital at Home (H@H), which aimed to reduce demand on acute hospital beds, support families to improve patient experience, and empower parents to care safely for their unwell children and help prevent emergency department (ED) reattendance. Data on demographics and clinical presentation of H@H and ED attendances were collected and compared. A survey measuring parents' confidence in managing their unwell children was also conducted. Of ...

Visibility and meanings of partnership in health care for older people who need support to live at home.

Problems experienced by older people with complex needs to live at home have been reported in the literature. This qualitative study builds on previous research and investigates enduring issues older people face when interacting with healthcare services.

Nursing Care of Infants With a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt.

Infants with congenital or posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus may require a ventriculoperitoneal (VP) shunt to divert the flow of cerebrospinal fluid, thus preventing increase in intracranial pressure. Knowledge on various aspects of caring for a child with a VP shunt will enable new and experienced nurses to better care for these infants and equip parents for ongoing care at home.

Paramedic-Initiated Home Care Referrals and Use of Home Care and Emergency Medical Services.

We examined the association between paramedic-initiated home care referrals and utilization of home care, 9-1-1, and Emergency Department (ED) services.

The third person in the room: the needs of care partners of older people in home care services. A systematic review from a person-centred perspective.

To identify and synthesise the needs of care partners of older people living at home with assistance from home care services.

Utilisation of formal and informal care and services at home among persons with dementia: a cross-sectional study.

The progression of dementia disease implies increasing needs for both informal and formal care and services but also risk of institutionalisation. To better adjust care and services in the phase preceding institutionalisation it is important to find out whether utilisation of formal and informal care and services is determined by increased needs and by who meets the needs.

Culturally Sensitive Care for Asian Immigrants: Home Healthcare Perspectives.

The number of Asian immigrants has risen dramatically in recent decades, making them the fastest growing immigrant group in the United States. Home healthcare clinicians are expected to meet the healthcare needs of patients regardless of their ethnic or cultural background, but this can be challenging without a basic understanding of the patient's culture. This article is intended to provide information about the cultural traditions and health conditions clinicians may encounter when caring for patients and...

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.

Improving the comfort of nurses caring for stroke patients at the end of life.

End-of-life care of stroke patients is an important aspect of stroke care. It has been previously reported that nurses express discomfort caring for patients at the end of life or caring for patients who have suffered severe strokes. Nurses at our centre expressed similar discomfort.

Combining Natural Ingredients and Beliefs: The Dayak Tribe's Experience Caring for Sick Children with Traditional Medicine.

Instead of seeking conventional health care, the Dayak tribe in Borneo, Indonesia, treats sick children at home with traditional medicine. The objective of this descriptive, qualitative study was to explore the Dayak tribe's use of traditional medicine to care for sick children. Comprehensive interviews were conducted with 10 caregivers, with collected data analyzed using content analysis. Key recurring themes identified were: 1) traditional medicine as first aid; 2) ease of access and cost-effectiveness; 3...

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...

Bundle Payment Program Initiative: Roles of a Nurse Navigator and Home Health Professionals.

With the passage of the Affordable Care Act, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) introduced a new value-based payment model, the Bundle Payment Care Initiative. The CMS Innovation (Innovation Center) authorized hospitals to participate in a pilot to test innovative payment and service delivery models that have a potential to reduce Medicare expenditures while maintaining or improving the quality of care for beneficiaries. A hospital-based home care agency, Abington Jefferson Health Home Care Departm...

Children with ill parents: extent and nature of caring activities.

Previous studies have shown that children may take on higher extents of caring activities if their parents are affected by severe illness or disability, especially when their parents lack access to formal and informal care.

The Perinatal-Neonatal Care Journey for Parents of Preterm Infants: What Is Working and What Can Be Improved.

Preterm birth is traumatic for parents, but there are few reports of parents' views on how the healthcare journey can be improved. This secondary thematic analysis used focus group data from parent consultation on proposed neonatal services standards for Northern Ireland to discover parents' experiences and recommendations for the perinatal, neonatal, and home care phases. Parents of preterm infants (n = 40) described their healthcare journey as positive overall and were grateful for the caring and competen...

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...

Home visits by GPs - Considerations in Europe and in Switzerland.

Home visits are essential for promoting the ability to remain at home and prevent nursing home admissions ; general practitioners play a key role in the development of this specific ambulatory care. Although the frequency of home visits seems to be overall decreasing in recent years, they remain essential, given the expected demographic changes. This is why education on home visits should be introduced in the training of our students during early years. However, there is a gap in literature regarding the op...

The effects of nutritional guideline implementation on nursing home staff performance: a controlled trial.

Suboptimal nutritional practices in elderly care settings may be resolved by an efficient introduction of nutritional guidelines.

Interventions to support people with dementia and their caregivers during the transition from home care to nursing home care: A systematic review.

During the transition of people with dementia from home to nursing home family caregivers often feel burdened.

Barriers and facilitators in providing oral care to nursing home residents, from the perspective of care aides: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Oral health of nursing home residents is generally poor, with severe consequences for residents' general health and quality of life and for the health care system. Care aides in nursing homes provide up to 80% of direct care (including oral care) to residents, but providing oral care is often challenging. Interventions to improve oral care must tailor to identified barriers and facilitators to be effective. This review identifies and synthesizes the evidence on barriers and facilitators care aides perceive ...


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