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00:34 EDT 26th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Improving Care for Nursing Home Pneumonia in NHCUs and Veterans' Homes

Nursing Home Acquired Pneumonia (NHAP) causes excessive morbidity, mortality, hospitalization, and loss of function. At any given time, 1.1-2.5% of veterans who reside at nursing home care units (NHCUs) and State Veterans Homes (SVHs) are ill with pneumonia. Multi-faceted implementation of evidence-based guidelines has been shown to be feasible in the private sector. Retrospective studies demonstrate an association between guideline adherence and improved survival.


A Clinical Pathway for Nursing Home Acquired Pneumonia

Nursing home residents are frequently transferred to hospital for management of pneumonia. This often leads to hospital related complications and is a burden on the acute care health system. The purpose of this study is to assess whether managing residents with pneumonia and lower respiratory tract infection on site in the nursing home can reduce hospital admissions and can reduce complications and improve quality of life for residents. We have randomized residents with nursi...

Daily Mouth Care to Prevent Pneumonia in Nursing Homes

This project will determine whether an evidence-based, tested, pragmatic, system-level, comprehensive mouth care program provided to nursing home residents can reduce the incidence of pneumonia. It also will examine matters related to implementation, sustainability, and cost. If effective, the investigators expect this program to be widely adopted and sustained, to result in fewer episodes of pneumonia, and to reduce health-care costs.


Person Centered Nursing Homes: Impact Assessment Of Centered Person Care In Nursing Homes

Cohort Observational Study. The study will assess differences in quality of life, well-being and mood between persons living in a nursing home following usual care and persons living in nursing homes following a centered person care model. Initially, the follow up will last 6 months, with the possibility to be extended.

P-INC: Project Incontinence- Effectiveness of Nursing Recommendations

The international literature emphasizes the vast benefits of the effective implementation of evidence based nursing recommendations in improving patient care processes and enhancing health outcomes. The key role of nurses in the prevention, treatment and care of incontinence is highlighted. Studies have shown that UI is a neglected nursing care problem in Austria e.g. regarding diagnosis and nursing interventions. Nursing recommendations may enhance the frequency of diagnosis, ...

Improving the Quality of Care in Nursing Homes

The overall goal of this project is to increase the number of high quality nursing homes in Massachusetts. The study will evaluate an intervention involving two active treatment arms: one implementing a CQI program and a second implementing the CQI program and specific protocol programming. The intervention will be implemented in 24 nursing homes identified as performing, over multiple quality indicator domains, at a poor or average level across multiple outcome domains.

Cefepime vs. Ceftriaxone to Treat Nursing Home-Acquired Pneumonia

Randomized trial of nursing home residents with pneumonia to assess if intramuscular cefepime is a safe, efficacious, and cost-effective alternative to once daily intramuscular ceftriaxone for the treatment of elderly nursing home residents who develop pneumonia and do not require hospitalization.

Advance Care Planning in Nursing Homes in Flanders

Advance care planning (ACP) is a process that supports adults at any age or stage of health in understanding and sharing their personal values, life goals, and preferences regarding future (medical) care. ACP is of particular relevance for frail older adults, particularly in the nursing home setting where an important proportion of older people die. However, the actual implementation of ACP in nursing home practice seems to be a challenge in many countries worldwide, and people...

Improving Sleep in Nursing Homes

Older people living in nursing homes do not sleep very well for many reasons. Sleep disorders such as sleep apnea (when someone briefly stops breathing during sleep), and night time urination, along with the problems caused by the nighttime environment of the nursing home, such as noise and disruptive care routines can all contribute. Poor sleep can lead to other health problems or make existing health problems worse. This study will evaluate how well a sleep hygiene interven...

Assessment of Teleconsulting in Nursing Homes

The purpose of this study is to determine whether teleconsulting would be effective and cost-effective by reducing the patients transportations and the use of emergency units for nursing home residents requiring emergent or elective care.

Improvements in Pneumonia Status After Oral Care Intervention in Taiwan

The correlation between improvement in oral health, reduction in oral bacterial concentration, and status of pneumonia hospitalization remains unclear. To determine the effects of professional oral care intervention on the index of oral health, salivary and sputum bacterial concentrations, and pneumonia hospitalization status of nursing home residents using a quasi-experimental study. Two nursing homes were on demand selected as the intervention and control groups; in the inter...

Nursing Home Team-Care Deprescribing Study

This is a multi-centre prospective study in Singapore nursing homes, investigating the factors that affecting deprescribing, and if a team-care deprescribing standard practice gives superior health and pharmacoeconomic outcomes over current medication review practice.

Improving Nursing Home Care Through Feedback On PerfoRMance Data

This project will evaluate three different strategies to get research findings back to managers of care units in nursing homes. Feedback will be provided in a timely and effective way so that it results in improvements in organizational context (modifiable features of the care unit work environment, such as Formal Interactions, Informal Interactions, Social Capital or Slack Time), quality of care providers' work life (e.g., burnout, job satisfaction, general health) and quality...

Intravenous Treatment in Nursing Homes

The primary objective for the project is to evaluate whether nursing home residents who require intravenous fluids and intravenous antibiotics, can be treated just as well or even better in the nursing home as in the hospital. In Vestfold, Norway, a structured training program in the intravenous treatment of dehydration and infections in nursing homes is planned. The 3IV study will evaluate if this leads to an equal or better patient trajectory and reduced hospital admittance...

Improving Pain Management in Nursing Homes: a Pilot Study

This study aims to improve pain management in Swiss nursing homes by addressing behavior change of the care workers with a multilevel intervention

Behavioral Sleep Intervention in Adult Family Homes

Sleep disturbances are widespread among demented residents of board and care homes and are a leading cause for transfer into nursing homes. This study is a randomized controlled clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of a 4-week Sleep Education Program (SEP) for demented residents of board and care homes who are experiencing sleep disturbances. Residents of adult family homes (board and care homes with 2-6 residents) will be randomized into SEP or usual care control. Analysi...

Feasibility of Risk Sign Displays to Prevent Falls, Dehydration and Pulmonary Aspiration in Nursing Homes

BACKGROUND: Prior research has shown a relationship between dehydration, falls and pulmonary aspiration among older adults in nursing and health care facilities, which contributes to its loss of independence and quality-of-life. Is believed that improving communication among health professional decreases the number of adverse events in institutionalized patients. This study will evaluate the feasibility of a set of sign displays designed to communicate fall, dehydration and pul...

Psychotropic Drug Use in the Elderly Living in Nursing Homes and the Influence of a Structured Drug Review

The overall aim of this study is to explore if a structured drug review will change clinical symptoms and the psychotropic drugs prescription rate in the elderly living in nursing homes (participants of the study). The study will examine how training of nursing home physicians on reviewing prescription lists using the Norwegian general practice criteria - Nursing homes (NorGeP-NH) will influence the participants` clinical symptoms such as cognition, depression, anxiety and thei...

Testing the Implementation of EIT-4-BPSD

This pragmatic trial focuses on implementation of an evidence based process to increase person-centered management of behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) in nursing homes, referred to as EIT-4-BPSD. The findings from this study will add to what is known about implementation of effective interventions in nursing homes, will serve as a model for other programs and care approaches, and will help facilities and staff implement quality person-centered care, whic...

Shared Decision Making to Improve Palliative Care in the Nursing Home

Twenty-eight percent of Americans over the age of 65 die in a nursing home. Research has found the quality of care of end-of-life care in nursing homes to have many challenges. It has also been documented that family members, especially those living at a distance, want to be involved in the care of their resident and family support can be beneficial to residents. Family members' involvement in decision-making in the nursing home setting improves outcomes for residents with life...

An Innovative Occupational Program Using New Technologies (KODRO) Life of Nursing

Randomized controlled trial for assessing the effects resulting from an innovative occupational program using new technologies (KODRO) on nursing home residents' quality of life Context : improving quality of life (QOL) for the nursing homes residents (NHR) is a national priority (2010 report from French ANESM).

Gown and Glove Use to Prevent the Spread of Infection in VA Community Living Centers

Methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA) infections are a common cause of morbidity and mortality in nursing home residents. MRSA is predominantly spread from patient-to-patient by health care workers. The use of gowns, gloves and hand washing prevents this spread; however, their use detracts from a patient-centered, home-like environment which is an important priority for nursing homes. The goal of this project is to determine when it is most important for health care workers to...

Quality End-of-Life Care in Nursing Homes

The purpose of this study is to examine key organizational structures and processes (leadership, teamwork, communication, palliative care) and their impact on the quality of end-of-life care for dying residents and their family members.

Effect of Strategies to Improve General Practitioner-nurse Collaboration and Communication

Previously,six measures were developed for a better collaboration of general practitioners and nurses in nursing homes in a qualitative multistep bottom-up process. These measures, summarised as the interprof ACT intervention, shall improve the flow of information and the communication between the involved parties and lead to more transparency and effectiveness regarding treatment decisions of nursing home residents.The major aim of this trial is to examine the clinical effecti...

A Trial of effectIveness of a Smart Sensor for Continence Care: the ARCTICC Study

The purpose of this study is to compare the use of an electronic incontinence identification system with nursing home support (Tena Identifi) versus usual care on the quality, resource use and outcomes of continence care for older residents of nursing care homes.


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