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Evaluation of the changes of ward atmosphere and job satisfaction after the implementation of the Safewards model in acute psychiatry in Germany.
Noise is an important aspect of the ward atmosphere climate - the combination of the architectural solutions, organizational features, the psychological traits of the operators and their interactions, and the patients' characteristics. Despite its importance noise levels have been less analyzed than other aspects of the ward atmosphere climate.
The objective was to promote evidence-based practice in screening for delirium in patients in the palliative care ward of a cancer hospital in Shanghai.
In 2010, the OB/GYN physicians at this mid-sized midwestern medical center implemented a laborist model on the obstetrics ward. A laborist is a dedicated obstetrician within the obstetric ward who oversees the management of labor and performs deliveries as both the primary physician and also when consulted by other providers, including community obstetricians, family physicians and nurse midwives. In 2014, a collaborative obstetric model was implemented with the addition of an in-house certified nurse midwi...
Despite the widespread implementation of medical emergency teams (METs) in hospitals to provide immediate interventions to deteriorating ward patients, little is known about how junior doctors and nurses escalate care for deteriorating ward patients in hospitals with established MET services.
In this work, we study the environmental and operational factors that influence airborne transmission of nosocomial infections. We link a deterministic zonal ventilation model for the airborne distribution of infectious material in a hospital ward, with a Markovian multicompartment SIS model for the infection of individuals within this ward, in order to conduct a parametric study on ventilation rates and their effect on the epidemic dynamics. Our stochastic model includes arrival and discharge of patients, ...
The aim of the study was to compare parental satisfaction items before and after the implementation of The Ages & Stages Questionnaires (ASQ) as part of the health check-up.
To examine implementation and patients' and providers' participation and satisfaction of a newly developed decision support tool (DST) for patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) in palliative setting.
Perceived supervisor support has a significant impact on employee job satisfaction. The aim of the study was to verify both direct and indirect mechanisms of perceived supervisor support (PSS) positively influencing job satisfaction, and to verify the moderating role of PSS in the relationships between stress and work-life balance, organizational loyalty, as well as gratitude towards the organization and job satisfaction.
Preliminary feasibility and clinical utility research has demonstrated that implementation of a streamlined diagnostic model embedded within primary care (PC) clinics promotes early identification of young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Use of this model results in dramatically reduced waits for diagnostic consultation, high levels of family/provider satisfaction, and reductions in referrals to overtaxed tertiary diagnostic centers. The current study extends this work by providing data before...
Effective pain management should be one of the main goals of healthcare professionals. The trauma unit of a hospital in an urban area of Spain carried out an implementation project, guided by the evidence-based criteria from JBI, to put in place the processes and initiatives needed to reduce post-operative pain.
Despite their widespread use, typical visual observation practices are not evidence-based and adverse events - such as self-harm and absconding - still occur even under the most intense forms of observation. This study aimed to (i) develop and implement an engagement-focused systematized model of clinical risk management in an adult acute psychiatric inpatient unit; and (ii) prospectively evaluate its effect on rates of violence, self-harm, absconding, sexually inappropriate behaviour, and seclusion. A new ...
Physician satisfaction is associated with patient satisfaction, adherence to treatment recommendations, and quality. However, burnout is prevalent, and physician experience with health plans is likely a key contributor. We explored physician satisfaction with health plans and assessed physician and plan characteristics associated with greater satisfaction.
Greater effectiveness of health care does occur with a more effective management of interpersonal processes. A working management environment, which ensures sufficient access to information, support, resources, and opportunities (structural empowerment), probably can promote a personal perception of capacity and effectiveness (global empowerment) in caregivers to achieve organizational objectives and job satisfaction. This study evaluated the relationship between empowerment and job satisfaction, supported ...
The aim of the study was to investigate factors that best predict patient's satisfaction with their ED visit, as well as examine whether patients and their families perceived the factors related to satisfaction similarly.
Life satisfaction is a cognitive and evaluative judgement of one's outlook on life and an integral component of subjective wellbeing. There is a strong association between life satisfaction and mental and physical health, but it is currently unclear how environmental factors may influence life satisfaction. Our aim was to investigate the association between environmental factors and life satisfaction and to gain a better understanding of general life satisfaction statistics in the EU.
The benefits of new clinical research developments often take years to reach patients. As such, the Departments of Defense (DoD) and Veterans Affairs built the Practice-Based Implementation (PBI) Network as an infrastructure to facilitate more rapid translation of psychological health (PH) research into clinical practice changes to improve the quality of care for military and Veteran patients. To regularly identify research findings appropriate for enterprise implementation, the DoD PBI Network developed a ...
Under fierce market competition and the demand for low-carbon economy, cold chain logistics companies have to pay attention to customer satisfaction and carbon emissions for better development. In order to simultaneously consider cost, customer satisfaction, and carbon emissions in the cold chain logistics path optimization problem, based on the idea of cost⁻benefit, this paper proposes a comprehensive cold chain vehicle routing problem optimization model with the objective function of minimizing the cost...
This study investigates the impact of obesity, long-term health problems and their interaction on three specific aspects of job satisfaction among Australian adult workers. Exploiting longitudinal data from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey for the years 2006-2017, this study estimates overall job satisfaction, pay satisfaction and job security satisfaction using a common set of explanatory variables. Results from both random effects generalized least squares estimation a...
The ability to identify patients at risk of dissatisfaction after total knee arthroplasty (TKA) remains elusive. This study's purpose was to determine the external validity of a recently published prediction model for patient satisfaction (PMPS) with the hypothesis that it would achieve similar predictive success in our study sample.
This article describes the implementation of a group medical visit (GMV) model to increase access to integrative oncology (IO) care. The most challenging and critical time to access high-quality IO care is while patients are receiving conventional cancer therapy. Often demand for individual IO clinic consultations precludes this from occurring. A three-session GMV program was designed to alleviate barriers to receiving integrative care during active cancer treatment. A consolidated framework was used for i...
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) in the United Kingdom (UK) has recently released a themed review: Staffing on Wards: Making decisions about healthcare staffing, improving effectiveness and supporting staff to care well (NIHR 2019). The issue of ward staffing will resonate with every global nurse who has worked on an inadequately staffed ward. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
User satisfaction assessment in mental health services is an important indicator of treatment quality. The objective of this study was to evaluate treatment satisfaction in a sample of inpatients with mental disorders and the associations between levels of satisfaction and clinical/sociodemographic variables.
Centenarians represent an intriguing model for healthy aging. They appear to have adapted well to their lives and are likely to be influenced by previous lifestyle habits, and their life satisfaction is influenced by mental and psychological health.
Little is known about the association of military sexual trauma (MST) and relationship satisfaction among partnered female service members/veterans (SM/Vs). Extant civilian literature shows a strong association between sexual trauma and poorer relationship outcomes, and theory suggests that sexual function and satisfaction may mediate this association. Given that as many as 40% of female SM/Vs report MST and roughly half of female veterans are partnered and in their peak sexual years, it is critical to unde...