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The Myth of the Cave and the experience of illness.

In this paper, I will consider, from a number of philosophical and real-life perspectives, what happens to us when we fall ill and what the experience of falling ill tells us about the nature of our being. I will take up the oft used Myth of the Cave from Plato's Republic and use this as a means to interpret the experience of falling ill. Plato gave us the allegory to show that what we think we know might not be all there is to know and that what we take for truth may not, at least, be the whole truth. I wi...


Home phototherapy: experience of setting up a new service in the U.K.'s National Health Service.

Home phototherapy was first reported for patients with psoriasis in a 1979 . A randomized controlled study in 2009 (PLUTO) comparing home with hospital based phototherapy for psoriasis showed home phototherapy to be a safe, effective and cost effective method of treatment delivery. Despite this, the uptake of home phototherapy in the UK has been very poor. Until now, Ninewells Hospital in Dundee is the only UK centre to offer a National Health Service (NHS) home phototherapy service .

Nurse coordinator and in-home nursing care services.

Three nurse coordinators in the Bouches-du-Rhône share their experience and involvement in the in-home nursing care service and the multidisciplinary in-home care and assistance service.


The home hemodialysis patient experience: A qualitative assessment of modality use and discontinuation.

Home hemodialysis (HHD) is an under-utilized renal replacement modality in the United States in part because of high rates of discontinuation and transfer to in-center hemodialysis. Understanding, from the perspective of patients, facilitators, and barriers to sustained use of HHD is important for increasing successful use of this modality.

Interprofessional collaboration within fluid teams: community nurses' experiences with palliative home care.

To explore how community nurses (CNs) experience the collaboration with general practitioners (GPs) and specialist palliative home care team (PHCT) nurses in palliative home care and the perceived factors influencing this collaboration.

Home care experience and nursing needs of caregivers of children undergoing congenital heart disease operations: A qualitative descriptive study.

To explore the home care experiences of caregivers taking care of CHD children before and after cardiac surgery.

Home care nurses' experience of providing health-care to patients with hard-to-heal wounds.

To investigate and describe the experience of nurses working in home care, with responsibility for providing health-care to patients with hard-to-heal wounds.

Children and youth in out-of-home care: What can predict an initial change in placement?

A significant proportion of children placed in out of-home care experience placement disruptions in the United States. Placement instability has deleterious effects on children's well-being.

'Eyes In The Home': ACOs Use Home Visits To Improve Care Management, Identify Needs, And Reduce Hospital Use.

Home visits are used for a variety of services and patient populations. We used national survey data from physician practices and accountable care organizations (ACOs), paired with qualitative interviews, to learn about home visiting programs. ACO practices were more likely to report using care transitions home visits than non-ACO practices were. Eighty percent of ACOs reported using home visits for some of their patients, with larger ACOs more commonly using home visits. Interviewed ACOs reported using hom...

Simulation-based education to improve emergency management skills in caregivers of tracheostomy patients.

Children with tracheostomies are medically complex and may be discharged with limited and variably trained home nursing support. When faced with emergencies at home, caregivers must often take the lead role in management, and many lack experience with troubleshooting these emergencies prior to initial discharge.

Examining program quality in early childhood home visiting: From infrastructure to relationships.

Although there are many examples of evidence-based early childhood home-visiting programming, the field itself struggles with modest outcomes and variable levels of program effectiveness. This article documents the experience of creating a statewide monitoring system to assess home-visiting program quality and compliance to identified standards, integrating multiple sources of information across different domains of functioning. Monitoring results from 57 programs are summarized, with variable but promising...

Opting Out of a Time of Death Visit: Insights From Home Hospice Family Members.

Hospice patients die in various settings, including at home with family caregivers. Hospice offers a time-of-death visit to provide support and confirm death, a requirement in some states but not all. Few studies have been conducted among home hospice families exploring their experiences without a time-of-death visit. To better understand the family's experience regarding the time of death of their loved one, we conducted an exploratory study using a hermeneutic phenomenological approach. Home hospice famil...

Development, Reliability, and Validity of the Multiple Errands Test Home Version (MET-Home) in Adults With Stroke.

Our objective was to perform initial psychometric analysis of the Multiple Errands Test Home Version (MET-Home), which was designed to assess the influence of poststroke executive dysfunction on in-home task performance.

Home And Community-Based Workforce For Patients With Serious Illness Requires Support To Meet Growing Needs.

Home health and personal care aides are one of the largest groups of health care workers in the US, with nearly three million people providing direct care for people with serious illness living in the community. These home care workers face challenges in recruitment, training, retention, and regulation, and there is a lack of data and research to support evidence-based policy change. Personal care aides receive little formal training, and they experience low pay and a lack of respect for the skill required ...

Integrated Home- and Community-Based Services Improve Community Survival Among Independence at Home Medicare Beneficiaries Without Increasing Medicaid Costs.

To determine the effect of home-based primary care (HBPC) for frail older adults, operating under Independence at Home (IAH) incentive alignment on long-term institutionalization (LTI).

Who finds the road to palliative home care support? A nationwide analysis on the use of supportive measures for palliative home care using linked administrative databases.

Many countries developed supportive measures for palliative home care, such as financial incentives or multidisciplinary palliative home care teams. For policy makers, it is important to evaluate the use of these national palliative home care supportive measures on a population level.

TRAINING OF CHILDREN'S AND ADOLESCENTS' FAMILY MEMBERS IN HOME PARENTERAL NUTRITION CARE.

To report the experience of the training in home parenteral nutrition (PN) directed to family members of children and adolescents participating in a multidisciplinary intestinal rehabilitation program of a tertiary public hospital.

Parents' journey caring for a preterm infant until discharge from hospital based neonatal home care - a challenging process to cope with.

To present parents' lived experience of having a preterm infant cared for at the neonatal unit until discharge from hospital-based neonatal home care (HNHC).

Not All Play Equipment Is Created Equal: Associations Between Equipment at Home and Children's Physical Activity.

Play equipment at home could be targeted in interventions to increase children's physical activity (PA), but evidence is mixed, potentially because current methods do not reflect children's lived experience. This study investigated associations between combinations of equipment and PA.

Patients and Home Carers' Experience and Perceptions of Different Modalities of Enteral Feeding.

To explore patients and carers' experience and perceptions of different modalities of long-term enteral feeding.

Home-based rehabilitation in inoperable non-small cell lung cancer-the patient experience.

Exercise is important in lung cancer, yet most people do not meet the physical activity guidelines. The aim of this study was to characterise the views and experiences of participants with inoperable lung cancer who completed a home-based rehabilitation program.

Quality of delivery of "right@home": Implementation evaluation of an Australian sustained nurse home visiting intervention to improve parenting and the home learning environment.

Home visiting programs are implemented in high income countries to improve outcomes for families with young children. Significant resources are invested in such programs and high quality evaluations are important. In the context of research trials, implementation quality is often poorly reported and, when reported, is variable. This paper presents the quality of implementation of the right@home program, a sustained nurse home visiting intervention trialled in Australia, and delivered in a 'real world' conte...

"Now I write songs": Growth and Reciprocity After Long-Term Nursing Home Placement.

Nursing home residents have a need for activities that are meaningful, yet mandated scheduled activities remain poorly characterized. In order to understand how scheduled activities provide meaning for nursing home residents, we conducted a study of daily life in a nursing home with a robust activities program.

Decomposition Rate, pH, and Enamel Color Alteration of At-Home and In-Office Bleaching Agents.

This study evaluated the decomposition rate (DR), pH, enamel color alteration (DE) and whiteness index (DWI) promoted by at-home and in-office bleaching. Enamel surface was submitted to (n=10): at-home (10%, 15%, 20% carbamide peroxide - CP, 6% hydrogen peroxide -HP) and three 35% HP agents with light irradiation (LED, laser, and halogen) or no treatment (control). The DR and pH of agents were measured after 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8 h (at-home) or after 5, 15, 20, 30 and 40 min (in-office). Color parameters (L*, a*...

Patient satisfaction with a hospital-in-the-home service.

The hospital-in-the-home (HitH) model is an alternative model of healthcare that allows patients to return home and receive short-term treatment in a familiar environment. The objective of the present study was to evaluate patient satisfaction with the GSTT@home service in the London boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth. A questionnaire comprising 20 questions was developed with 5-point Likert response and free text options. A total of 1426 questionnaires were distributed, of which 206 (14%) were returned. The...


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