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Feasibility and effectiveness of nurses and clinical officers in implementing the WHO mhGAP intervention guide: Pilot study in Makueni County, Kenya.

(1) To determine the feasibility and effectiveness of nurses and clinical officers in using the mental health Global Action Programme Intervention Guide (mhGAP-IG) as an intervention tool in reducing disability, improving quality of life in the clinical outcomes in patients with the mhGAP-IG priority mental disorders in a Kenyan rural setting. (2) To identify any gaps that can be contributed towards future research.

Intervention for alcohol use disorders at an HIV care clinic in Harare: a pilot and feasibility study.

Alcohol use in HIV infected patients is associated with risky sexual behaviour, poor adherence to Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy, treatment failure and increased physiologic harm. The objectives of the study were to pilot the outcome assessments to be used in the trial proper, assess the feasibility of delivery of a brief MI/CBT intervention compared to an WHO mhGAP intervention for problematic alcohol use in PLWH in Zimbabwe, and pilot the effectiveness (on alcohol use, functionality and CD4 count) o...

Feasibility Trial of a 10-Week Adaptive.

This study assessed the feasibility of implementing a yoga intervention adapted for participants diagnosed with chronic pain in a large Midwest neuroscience pain clinic. Although conducted using a small convenience sample, this was a novel program in that it was led by an advanced practice nurse certified in pain management and to teach yoga. She was therefore uniquely qualified to tailor the yoga practice to suit individual needs of study participants.

Effectiveness of an educational intervention to improve nurses' knowledge on pediatric nasogastric intubation.

To establish the effectiveness of an educational intervention to improve nurses' knowledge on pediatric nasogastric intubation.

Effectiveness of Implementing a Collaborative Chronic Care Model for Clinician Teams on Patient Outcomes and Health Status in Mental Health: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Collaborative chronic care models (CCMs) have extensive randomized clinical trial evidence for effectiveness in serious mental illnesses, but little evidence exists regarding their feasibility or effect in typical practice conditions.

Co-development of 'BRAIN-TRK': Qualitative examination of acceptability, usability, and feasibility of an App to support nurses' care for patients with behavioural and psychological symptoms of a neurocognitive disorder in hospital.

Describe the co-development of a point-of-care App to promote uptake of best practice recommendations, and consolidate nurses' knowledge for managing symptoms of neurocognitive disorders. Report acceptability, usability and feasibility of the App to nurses for patient care in hospital.

Cost-effectiveness of implementing guidelines for the treatment of glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis in Japan.

A model-based cost-effectiveness analysis was performed to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of implementing the clinical guideline for the treatment for glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis (GIO). The treatment indication for GIO in the current Japanese clinical guidelines is likely to be cost-effective except for the limited patients who are at low risk for fracture.

Implementing mandatory early warning scoring impacts nurses' practice of documenting free text notes.

This study aimed to evaluate if implementing the Modified Early Warning Scoring system impacts nurses' free text notes related to Airway, Breathing, Circulation, and Pain in general ward medical and surgical patients.

Clinical outcome and cost-effectiveness of a 1-year nutritional intervention programme in COPD patients with low muscle mass: The randomized controlled NUTRAIN trial.

The efficacy of nutritional intervention to enhance short- and long-term outcomes of pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD is still unclear, hence this paper aims to investigate the clinical outcome and cost-effectiveness of a 12-month nutritional intervention strategy in muscle-wasted COPD patients.

Improving the professional competency of psychiatric nurses: Results of a stress inoculation training program.

It is essential to conduct cognitive-behavioral interventions on nurses' professional competency. The present study aimed to evaluate the impact of a stress inoculation training (SIT) on professional competency of psychiatric nurses. This was an experimental study, in which 70 psychiatric nurses were allocated to two intervention and control groups (35 in each group) using cluster random design. A SIT program was conducted for the intervention group. Data were gathered by competency inventory for registered...

Implementation of a multidisciplinary diabetes self-management training class in acute rehabilitation.

As a chronic medical condition, diabetes mellitus affects 29.1 million individuals in the United States. Since diabetes education reduces cost, there is a need for inpatient rehabilitation facilities to have education classes to address preexisting medical conditions, like diabetes. The purpose of this quality improvement project was to develop a class, determine feasibility, and explore the potential effectiveness. The intervention was Diabetes Self-Management Training Class with feasibility was quantified...

Evaluating the feasibility of a pharmacist-guided patient-driven intervention to improve blood pressure control in patients with CKD.

Self-titration of blood pressure (BP) medications and lifestyle modifications are effective and safe strategies to lower BP. We assessed the feasibility of implementing a pharmacist-guided, patient-driven self-titration protocol and standardized dietary counseling to improve BP in the chronic kidney disease (CKD) clinic.

Acceptability and Feasibility of Implementing Accelorometry-Based Activity Monitors and a Linked Web Portal in an Exercise Referral Scheme: Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial.

Exercise referral schemes (ERSs) are recommended for patients with health conditions or risk factors. Evidence points to the initial effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of such schemes for increasing physical activity, but effects often diminish over time. Techniques such as goal setting, self-monitoring, and personalized feedback may support motivation for physical activity and maintenance of effects. Wearable technologies could provide an opportunity to integrate motivational techniques into exercise sch...

Safety Planning on Crisis Lines: Feasibility, Acceptability, and Perceived Helpfulness of a Brief Intervention to Mitigate Future Suicide Risk.

The role of crisis hotlines traditionally was limited to de-escalation and service linkage. However, hotlines are increasingly recruited to provide outreach and follow-up to suicidal individuals. Hotlines have the opportunity to not just defuse current crises but also provide brief interventions to mitigate future risk. The Safety Planning Intervention (SPI) is a brief intervention designed to help manage suicidal crises, but its feasibility and effectiveness on hotlines are not established.

Feasibility of emergency department initiated, mobile health, blood pressure intervention: an exploratory, randomized clinical trial.

We aimed to assess the feasibility of a text messaging intervention by determining the proportion of emergency department (ED) patients who responded to prompted home blood pressure (BP) self-monitoring and had persistent hypertension. We also explored the effect of the intervention on systolic blood pressure (SBP) over time.

Addressing adverse childhood experiences and health risk behaviors among low-income, Black primary care patients: Testing feasibility of a motivation-based intervention.

This pilot study tests the feasibility of implementing a two-session intervention that addresses adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), post-traumatic stress symptoms, and health risk behaviors (HRBs) among Black primary care patients. African Americans are disproportionately exposed to stressful and traumatic events and are at greater risk for PTSD than the general population.

Evaluation of a surgical training programme for clinical officers in Malawi.

Shortages of specialist surgeons in African countries mean that the needs of rural populations go unmet. Task-shifting from surgical specialists to other cadres of clinicians occurs in some countries, but without widespread acceptance. Clinical Officer Surgical Training in Africa (COST-Africa) developed and implemented BSc surgical training for clinical officers in Malawi.

The Impact of an Educational Intervention on the Knowledge and Beliefs of Registered Nurses Regarding Human Trafficking.

Human trafficking is a global, public health concern that can be addressed by nurses. The purpose of this pilot study was to determine the effect of an educational intervention on nurses' self-reported knowledge and beliefs regarding human trafficking.

Clinical nurses' awareness and caring experiences for patients with cervical cancer: A qualitative study.

To determine the degree to which nurses are aware of cervical cancer and to describe nurses' experiences of caring for patients with cervical cancer. To promote quality of nursing care of cervical cancer, we need to explore their perceptions and nursing experience in doing cervical-cancer care. This study was a qualitative descriptive design. Interviews were conducted with 14 registered nurses. The interviews were audiotaped, transcribed and analyzed. Content analysis was performed. Fourteen nurses who had ...

Mixed methods evaluation of an educational intervention to change mental health nurses' attitudes to people diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.

To evaluate and explore mental health nurses' responses to and experience of an educational intervention to improve attitudes towards people with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder. Report findings are concordant with relevant EQUATOR guidelines (STROBE and COREQ).

Could the clinical effectiveness be improved under the integration of orthotic intervention and scoliosis specific exercise in managing adolescent idiopathic scoliosis? -A randomized controlled trial study.

To compare the effectiveness of the integration of orthotic intervention (OI) and scoliosis specific exercise (SSE) with orthotic intervention only via assessing the spinal deformity, back muscle endurance and pulmonary function of the patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS).

Nurses' perceptions about a web-based learning intervention concerning supportive family conversations in home health care.

The aim of this study was to describe the perceptions that municipal primary health care nurses and municipal registered nurses had about a web-based learning intervention concerning supportive family health conversations in municipal home health care.

A feasibility study comparing a web-based intervention to a workshop intervention for caregivers of adults with eating disorders.

To assess for the validity of a future trial, the current feasibility study aimed to compare the feasibility and efficacy of a web- and workshop-based education intervention for caregivers of adults with eating disorders.

Applying the American Nurses Association Credentialing Center Accreditation Program in the Setting of Registered Nurse Remediation.

The objective of this project was to use and evaluate the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) accreditation program in the context of registered nurse practice remediation using Just Culture. The quality improvement project intervention was aimed at educating nursing professional development educators about the accreditation program for registered nurse remedial education and implementing this program for remediation. It compared pre- and postintervention data for nurse educators using the nine key ...

Implementing a Standardized Nurse-driven Rounding Protocol in a Trauma-surgical Intensive Care Unit: A Single Institution Experience.

Introduction Patient care in the trauma-surgical intensive care unit (SICU) requires trust and effective communication between nurses and physicians. Our SICU suffered from poor communication and trust between nurses and physicians, negatively impacting the working environment and, potentially, patient care. Methods A SICU Task Force studied communication practices and identified areas for improvement, leading to several interventions. The daily physician rounding was altered to improve communication and to...

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