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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, ...

Project COPE:Managing Dementia at Home

This study tests the effectiveness of an in-home intervention to reduce upset and burden among family caregivers, and decrease nursing home placement. The main hypothesis that will be tested is that compared to control group, subjects, experimental group participants will have enhanced well-being and fewer nursing home placements.

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...

Antibiotic Use in French Nursing Home

CONTEXT: France is still one of the biggest consumers of antibiotics in Europe. An explanation for this increase in consumption would be aging. Thus, part of this aging population lives in nursing home, where the urinary tract infection is the second most suspected pathology. However, it can most often be bacteriuria requiring no antibiotic therapy. In nursing home, nurses who alert prescribers when an infection is suspected by describing clinical signs.However, his propensity ...

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.

Feng Shui And Emotional Response in the Critical Care Environment Study

Objective: To assess whether the feng shui of critical care bed spaces affects the inner harmony of nursing staff Design: Prospective cohort study Setting: Doncaster critical care department Participants: Critical care nursing staff Main outcome measures: To assess self-reported chi scores and their response to feng shui, cake ingestion and ghost sightings

Transversus Abdominis Plane Block Versus Spinal Morphine After Caesarean Section : A Comparison Study

Many counties in sub-Saharan Africa have very limited post-operative nursing capacity, and relatively little data have been published about post-operative maternal pain control in these settings. Cesarean section is the most common type of major operation at our institution, Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital (MRRH), in south-western Uganda.Nursing ward staffing capacity is low, with much basic nursing care provided by families and friends of patients. The investigators conduct...

Systematic Screening With Electrocardiogram for Unknown Atrial Fibrillation in 65 Years Old and Above People in Nursing Home

Atrial fibrillation is the most common arrhythmia. Some studies shown that systematic screening with electrocardiogram could improve atrial fibrillation detection. No studies are available in nursing home. The goal of this study is to screen atrial fibrillation in patients who live in nursing home.

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.

A Study of Interventions to Reduce Disability From Visual Loss in Nursing Home Residents

The purpose of this clinical trial is to determine if interventions within the nursing home to restore vision, or cope with visual loss, in residents with visual impairment result in improvement or less decline in mobility scores, and socialization scores, compared to residents with visual impairment in nursing homes with no such intervention.We hypothesized that nursing home residents with visual loss who receive cataract surgery, or refractive correction, or low vision aids w...

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...

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.

Delirium in Home-dwelling Old People Receiving Home Nursing Care

Study the prevalence of delirium among old persons with home-nursing care living in the community. By recruiting the persons in a stable phase, the investigators wish to study the influence of an episode of delirium upon further cognitive and physical function.

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...

Investigating the Effectiveness of Telepsychiatry for Treating Major Depression in a Chinese American Nursing Home

The current use of telepsychiatry, or psychiatric care using videoconferencing, is very limited. The present study investigates the use of this method with a depressed Chinese American population in a nursing home. It is believed that this population can benefit from telepsychiatric treatment when used in collaboration with the primary care they receive in the nursing home.

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...

Geriatric Education and Its Effect on Certain Aspects of Hospital Care of Nursing Home Patients

Nursing home patients admitted to the hospital pose a significant challenge for health care providers. Geriatric teaching pays particular attention to these admissions and related problems. However, it is yet to be proven, whether geriatric training helps to overcome any of these issues in a better way than through non-geriatric education. The study aims to prove that geriatric training provides advantages over non-geriatric training in caring for nursing home patients admitted...

Shifting Rehabilitation Paradigms in Skilled Nursing Facilities

This study seeks to improve rehabilitation methods for restoring physical function with skilled nursing facility care. More specifically, this study is designed to evaluate the effectiveness of an intensive therapeutic rehabilitation program for older adult skilled nursing home residents compared to usual care.

Growing Old at Home

The purpose of this study is to determine whether preventive home visits for people aged 80 and over are effective in the prevention of nursing home admission in Germany.

Oral Cancer Screening Among Nursing Home Dentists in Ohio

RATIONALE: Learning about oral cancer screening practices, knowledge, and opinions of Ohio nursing home dentists may help the study of oral cancer in the future. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying oral cancer screening among nursing home dentists in Ohio.

The Impact of Telemedicine to Support Palliative Care Resident in Nursing Home

Investigators hypothesize that telemedicine may be an effective tool to improve palliative care in nursing home, by providing on-site specialized and interprofessional consultation. The objective of this study is to assess the impact of telemedicine in decreasing the rate of hospitalization, compared with usual care, in nursing home resident with palliative care needs.

The Effect on Function of Increasing Activity for Nursing Home Residents

As designs of existing outcome studies are disparate and do not always relate well to a Swedish context, the need for further studies is obvious. Also, an empirical theory drawn from the best practice supporting autonomy and wellbeing for clients in a nursing home setting has not yet been fully depicted. The study described below intends to fill a gap in knowledge related to the effect of enhanced activities of daily living (ADL)-training, physical, and daily activities and sta...

Influenza Vaccination of Nursing Home Workers.

The objective of this study is to demonstrate that influenza vaccination of nursing home workers is an effective intervention for reducing mortality of elderly people.

Surveying The Outcomes Of Lubiprostone (The STOOL Study) in Nursing Home Residents

The purpose is to assess the efficacy, clinical outcomes, and potential Quality Indicator benefits associated with the use of Lubiprostone in nursing home residents with a confirmed diagnosis of chronic idiopathic constipation.

Correction of Vitamin D Inadequacy in Nursing Home Residents

Vitamin D inadequacy continues to be neglected in nursing home residents. We hypothesized that part of this neglect is due to absence of data documenting safe and effective ways to replete this inadequacy.

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