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Access to care for people with alcohol use disorder in France: a mixed-method cross-sectional study protocol (ASIA).

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a major public health concern worldwide. In France, only 10% of people with AUD (PWAUD) receive medical care. General practitioners (GP) are one of the main entry points for AUD care. The present ongoing study, entitled ASIA (Access to Care and Indifference toward Alcohol, in French), aims to improve knowledge about factors associated with access to care for AUD by exploring related GP and PWAUD practices, experiences and perceptions.

The role of day care in supporting older people living with long-term conditions.

For older people with long-term conditions, regular structured activities within a community setting meeting others are thought to improve well being and quality of life. Historically local authority-run day care centres were widely available, but austerity measures have meant that in many areas, such provision has been markedly reduced and different models of day care services are being developed. There is little known about outcomes of day care provision for older people with long-term conditions.

'Reluctant to assess pain': A qualitative study of healthcare professionals' beliefs about the role of pain in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis.

Reducing pain is one of the main health priorities for children and young people with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA), however some studies indicate that pain is not routinely assessed in this patient group. The aim of this study was to explore healthcare professionals' (HCPs') beliefs about the role of pain and the prioritisation of its assessment in children and young people with JIA.

I-Hydrate training intervention for staff working in a care home setting: An observational study.

Dehydration is a complex and well-recognised problem for older people residing in care homes. Within the social care sector support staff provide the majority of direct care for residents, and yet receive minimal training.

Implementing a Data to Care Strategy to Improve Health Outcomes for People With HIV: A Report From the Care and Prevention in the United States Demonstration Project.

The Care and Prevention in the United States Demonstration Project included implementation of a Data to Care strategy using surveillance and other data to (1) identify people with HIV infection in need of HIV medical care or other services and (2) facilitate linkages to those services to improve health outcomes. We present the experiences of 4 state health departments: Illinois, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Virginia.

Strategies for managing the costs of chronic illness in the context of limited financial resources: a qualitative study in Dominican persons with arthritis.

Persons in low- and middle-income countries often have insufficient resources to pay for treatments prescribed for their medical conditions. We aimed to determine, using qualitative methods, how people with arthritis in the Dominican Republic manage the costs of chronic illnesses.

Factors associated with hand and upper arm functional disability in people with rheumatoid arthritis: A systematic review.

This original systematic review aimed to summarize evidence within observational studies on the factors associated with hand functional disability in adults with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).

The older HIV patient in the Netherlands.

The HIV-infected population in the Netherlands is aging, both as a result of effective combination antiretroviral therapy, and the relative increase in the number of newly diagnosed HIV infections among older people. As the mean age of HIV-positive patients increases, so does the prevalence of non-HIV-associated comorbidities, possibly at higher rates than observed in the general population. As people with HIV continue to age, they will be more likely to experience multimorbidity, polypharmacy, and to recei...

The Spoke-Hub-and-Node Model of Integrated Heart Failure Care.

Heart failure (HF) is a significant public health concern. Specialized HF clinics provide the optimal environment to address the complex needs of these patients and improve outcomes. The current and growing population of patients with HF outstrips the ability of these clinics to deliver care. Integrated care is defined as health services that are managed and delivered so that people receive a seamless continuum of health promotion, disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment, disease management, rehabilitation...

Epilepsy in Asia: Disease burden, management barriers, and challenges.

This article reviews the burden of epilepsy in Asia, the challenges faced by people with epilepsy, and the management of epilepsy. Comparison is made with other parts of the world. For this narrative review, data were collected using specified search criteria. Articles investigating the epidemiology of epilepsy, diagnosis, comorbidities and associated mortality, stigmatization, and treatment were included. Epilepsy is a global health care issue affecting up to 70 million people worldwide. Nearly 80% of peop...

UK podiatrists' experiences of podiatry services for people living with arthritis: a qualitative investigation.

Provision of podiatry services, like other therapies in the UK, is an area that lacks guidance by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. Many individuals living with arthritis in the UK are not eligible to access NHS podiatry services. The primary aim of this investigation was to understand the views of podiatry clinicians on their experiences of referral, access, provision and treatment for foot problems for patients who have arthritis.

Care needs of people with dementia in the peri-operative environment: A systematic review.

The care of people with dementia within the hospital setting is challenging for healthcare professionals. Hospital design and services are not optimized for people with dementia, owing to the lack of preparation of healthcare professionals and the busy environment of the acute hospital. The peri-operative environment may present particular difficulties but little is known about the experience and care of people with dementia in this setting. The aim of this review was to examine the care of surgical patient...

How can a measure improve assessment and management of symptoms and concerns for people with dementia in care homes? A mixed-methods feasibility and process evaluation of IPOS-Dem.

Assessment of people with dementia is challenging; with undetected and under treated symptoms and concerns resulting in avoidable distress, and few evidence-based interventions to support this. We aimed to understand the mechanisms of action of a measure to support comprehensive assessment of people with dementia in care homes; and its acceptability, feasibility, and implementation requirements.

Leisure Time and Transportation Walking among Adults With and Without Arthritis- United States, 2010.

Walking is a joint-friendly activity for adults with arthritis.

"If you are here at the clinic, you do not know how many people need help in the community": Perspectives of home-based HIV services from health care workers in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa in the era of universal test-and-treat.

Limited engagement in clinic-based care is affecting the HIV response. We explored the field experiences and perceptions of local health care workers regarding home-based strategies as opportunities to improve the cascade of care of people living with HIV in rural South Africa as part of a Universal Test-and-Treat approach.

The views of homeless people and healthcare professionals on palliative care and the desirability of setting up a consultation service: a focus group study.

Palliative care for homeless people is often given late, if at all. Professionals in both palliative care and shelter care are often insufficiently equipped to provide this complex care.

Strategies for Successful Survivorship Care Plan Implementation: Results From a Qualitative Study.

Care for US cancer survivors is often fragmented, contributing to poor health outcomes. Care and outcomes may improve when survivors and follow-up care providers receive survivorship care plans (SCPs), written documents containing information regarding cancer diagnosis, treatment, surveillance plans, and health promotion. However, implementing SCPs is challenging. As such, we sought to identify strategies for successfully implementing SCPs.

Objectively-assessed foot and ankle characteristics in people with systemic lupus erythematosus: a comparison with age- and sex-matched controls.

To objectively identify foot and ankle characteristics in people with SLE compared to age- and sex-matched controls.

Prospects and constraints of nursing home-based integrated adult day care : Viewpoints of experts.

Even when they are in need of care, old people prefer to stay in their community. An appropriate design of nonresidential and residential care services close to people's home is crucial for supporting them. In the model project "Pflege stationär-Weiterdenken!" (Nursing home care-think ahead!) nursing homes offer extended services to old people in the community. This includes integrated day care (ITP), which entails day guests spending the day with residents of the facilities. This article examines the oppo...

Safety of Ixekizumab in Patients with Psoriatic Arthritis: Results from a Pooled Analysis of Three Clinical Trials.

To evaluate ixekizumab safety in adults with psoriatic arthritis (PsA).

The trajectory of people who die from metastatic prostate cancer: A population-based study.

To describe health service use, symptom and survival characteristics in mPCA in order to outline usual care practices and identify future opportunities to improve the quality of care in this patient group.

Unique Primary Care Needs of Transgender and Gender Non-Binary People.

It is important for the practicing primary care provider to become familiar with the unique health care needs for people who identify as transgender men, transgender women, and non-binary people, who are all within the scope of practice of a general obstetrician-gynecologist and other primary care providers. A review of the unique health needs and essential terminology is presented. This knowledge is a basic foundation to develop a welcoming and inclusive practice for people who are gender nonconforming. Th...

Appropriateness of end-of-life care in people dying from COPD. Applying quality indicators on linked administrative databases.

Large-scale evaluations of the quality of end-of-life care in people with COPD are lacking. By means of a validated set of quality indicators, this study aims to: 1. Assess appropriateness of end-of-life care in people dying from COPD, 2. Examine variation between care regions, 3. Establish performance standards.

Using Financial Incentives to Improve Rates of Viral Suppression and Engagement in Care of Patients Receiving HIV Care at 3 Health Clinics in Louisiana: The Health Models Program, 2013-2016.

The Care and Prevention in the United States Demonstration Project aimed to reduce HIV/AIDS-related morbidity and mortality among racial/ethnic minority groups in 8 states. We evaluated Health Models, a pay-for-performance program piloted by the Louisiana Department of Health that used financial incentives to improve rates of engagement in HIV medical care and viral suppression among people with HIV.

Profound health-care discrimination experienced by transgender people: rapid systematic review.

Transgender people experience interpersonal and structural barriers which prevent them from accessing culturally and medically competent health care. This rapid systematic review examined the prevalence of health-care discrimination among transgender people in the U.S. and drew comparisons with sexual minority samples and the general U.S. population. Eight primary studies with 35 prevalence estimates were analyzed. Transgender populations experience profound rates of discrimination within the U.S. health-ca...

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