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Unsung heroes, flying blind - a metasynthesis of parents' experiences of caring for children with special health care needs at home.

To aggregate, synthesize and interpret qualitative research studies of parents' experiences of caring for a child with special health care needs at home.


Caring for patients on home enteral nutrition: Reported complications by home carers and perspectives of community nurses.

The number of patients on home enteral nutrition (HEN) is on the increase due to advancement in technology and shift in focus of providing care from acute to community care settings.

Preparing Clinicians for Transitioning Patients Across Care Settings and Into the Home Through Simulation.

Assuring home care staff competencies through simulation has the potential to improve care transitions and clinical outcomes. Recreating a home environment can be used for orientation of home care staff and to meet other learning needs. Lessons learned from the use of simulation in a geriatric nursing course in a prelicensure program can be used to prepare clinicians for transitioning patients across care settings. With simulation, learners can identify challenges in patient safety, pain management, and man...


Formal home care use in Canada.

Formal home care services (those typically delivered by health care providers or volunteer organizations) are different from informal home care services (given by family, friends or neighbours), and thus represent a partial picture of all home care provided. Home care has been associated with decreased mortality, improved quality of life, and reduced hospitalizations and health care costs.

Exploring the meaning of home and its implications for the care of older people.

To explore the meaning of home for six baby boomers and consider how this insight can be used when caring for older people in hospital or residential settings.

Establishing Relationships and Navigating Boundaries When Caring for Children With Medical Complexity at Home.

Children with medical complexity receive care from many healthcare providers including home healthcare nurses. The objective of our study, based on a conceptual framework, was to describe the relationships between parents/caregivers of children with medical complexity and home healthcare nurses caring for these children. We collected qualitative data in 20 semistructured in-depth interviews (15 English, 5 Spanish) with 26 primary caregivers of children with medical complexity, and 4 focus groups of 18 home ...

Perceived Barriers to Symptoms Management among Family Caregivers of Cancer Patients.

Caring for patients with advanced disease involves many concerns for caregivers. All aspects of health of the caregiver is compromised in the process of caring for the cancer patients. Usually, most of the terminally ill cancer patients live with their caregivers at home.

Association between local-level resources for home care and home deaths: A nationwide spatial analysis in Japan.

Little is known about whether and how local-level resources regarding home care are associated with the prevalence of home deaths. We aimed to investigate whether geographic patterns of the resources for home care were associated with the prevalence of home deaths, taking spatial variation into consideration.

Extraordinary normalcy: Home, relationships and identities in narratives of unpaid care.

Based on audio diaries and narrative interviews with family carers, this paper suggests care can be understood as an experience of 'extraordinary normalcy', meaning that profound shifts in home, relationships and identities take place whilst caring, yet these become part of the normalcy of family life. To maintain and understand a sense of normalcy, our participants utilise professional and technological interventions in the home and draw on notions of responsibility, reciprocity and role-reversal as framew...

Parents' views on preparation to care for extremely premature infants at home.

To gain insight into the post-discharge experiences of parents in relation to the adequacy of preparation for caring for extremely premature infants at home.

Do care homes deliver person-centred care? A cross-sectional survey of staff-reported abusive and positive behaviours towards residents from the MARQUE (Managing Agitation and Raising Quality of Life) English national care home survey.

There are widespread concerns about abuse of care home residents. We report, in the largest care home survey, prevalence of staff anonymously-reported, perpetrated/witnessed abusive behaviours towards care home residents over 3 months. We also report positive care behaviours.

Educating Nurses About End-of-Life Care for Patients With Implanted Cardioverter Defibrillators.

Many people with implanted cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) are living at home and receiving nursing services through home health care agencies. Near the end of life, it is not unusual for patients to request comfort measures and care that promotes quality rather than quantity of life. The purpose of this pilot study was twofold: (1) to educate home health care nurses on care of patients with ICDs nearing the end of life and (2) to measure changes in nurse knowledge pre to post educational session. None o...

Care workers, the unacknowledged persons in person-centred care: A secondary qualitative analysis of UK care home staff interviews.

Personhood discourses in dementia care have gained prominence and current care home standards mandate that care should be "person-centred". However, it is unclear how the personhood of staff is construed within the care relationship. This paper aims to explore how the personhood of paid carers of people with dementia can be understood by focussing on the views and experiences of care home staff. We undertook a secondary qualitative analysis of interviews with 25 paid care staff in England, conducted as part...

Understanding complex care for older adults within canadian home care: a systematic literature review.

In the context of population aging, both the need for home care services and its complexity of care have increased in many high-income countries. Yet, the definition of what constitutes complex care is largely elusive. This systematic review examined the conceptual definition of complex care within the home care environment using several social and health science databases for research published from 2000 to 2017. Of the 25 articles and reports identified, only 16 addressed complex care specifically and inc...

'Nobody knows what's around the corner': the challenges of caring for people with long-term conditions in care homes.

People living with long-term conditions are increasingly being cared for in care homes. Prognostication in this population is particularly challenging, and outcomes are often uncertain. This case history highlights some of the difficulties encountered when clinicians give a time-bound prognosis. It also illustrates how education programmes with high facilitation and ongoing support for care home staff can sustain practice development and enable staff to become highly skilled in working with uncertainty. Pra...

Development of a complex intervention for early integration of palliative home care into standard care for end-stage COPD patients: A Phase 0-I study.

Research suggests that palliative home care should be integrated early into standard care for end-stage COPD patients. Patients also express the wish to be cared for and to die at home. However, a practice model for early integration of palliative home care (PHC) into standard care for end-stage COPD has not been fully developed.

The role of unregulated care providers in home care: A scoping review.

Health care needs of individuals living in the community are increasing. To meet the rising need, unregulated care providers are providing more complex patient care. The aim of this review is to articulate the unregulated care provider role by identifying patient care activities offered by unregulated care providers in home care.

Intergenerational involvement in out-of-home care and death by suicide in Sweden: A population-based cohort study.

Individuals involved in out-of-home care are at higher risk of death by suicide. We aimed to determine whether parents with two generations of involvement in out-of-home care (themselves as children, and their own children) are at increased risk of death by suicide than parents with no involvement or parents with one generation of involvement in out-of-home care.

Being born at home is natural: care rituals for home birth.

To be aware of the care rituals developed by families when preparing for home birth during the gestational process.

Changes in attitude of medical students toward home care during a required 2-week home care clinical clerkship program.

Caring for patients with oral cancer in Taiwan: The challenges faced by family caregivers.

Family caregivers face multiple challenges when caring for patients with oral cancer at home. Understanding the difficulties they face may assist health professionals to better organise and provide support for family caregivers of oral cancer patients. The aim of this study was to describe the caregivers' primary tasks and the difficulties they encounter when caring for a family member with oral cancer. This qualitative study included a purposeful sample of 22 primary family caregivers ranging in age from 2...

It's all relative: caring for a family member.

As she hangs up the phone, Ling realizes she has a decision to make. Her sister, Naomi, is being discharged after an unexpected hospitalization and will need nursing care at home for several weeks. As a registered nurse, Ling is used to fielding requests for minor care and advice from family members and friends. This situation however, will be more difficult to navigate. She knows her family will want her to be involved in Naomi's care, and if she's honest with herself, she would like to be as well. But wou...

The "ARIANNA" Project: An Observational Study on a Model of Early Identification of Patients with Palliative Care Needs through the Integration Between Primary Care and Italian Home Palliative Care Units.

The aim of this study was to illustrate the characteristics of patients with palliative care (PC) needs, early identified by general practitioners (GPs), and to analyze their care process in home PC services.

Mortality and nursing home placement of dementia patients in rural and urban areas: a cohort study from the Swedish Dementia Registry.

Life in rural and urban areas differs in regard to social support and health care. Our aim was to examine the association between nursing home placement and survival of patients with dementia living in urban vs. rural areas.

Becoming a guest in your own home: Home care in Sweden from the perspective of older people with multimorbidities.

To describe the meaning of the phenomenon home care from the perspective of older persons who live alone with multimorbidity.


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