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ICU-Talk, a communication aid for intubated intensive care patients

F. MacAulay, A. J. Shearer, B. Gordon, A. Judson, M. Etchels, S. Ashraf, I. W. Ricketts, A. Waller, J. K. Brodie, N. Alm, A. Warden
2002 Proceedings of the fifth international ACM conference on Assistive technologies - Assets '02  
This device has been designed specifically for intubated patients in hospital intensive care units. The ICU-Talk device was trialled with real patients.  ...  A Multi-disciplinary project staffed by personnel from nursing, computer science and speech and language therapy developed a computer based communication aid called ICU-Talk.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEM ENTS The work reported here is funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, under research grant GR/M54889 -"A CommunicationAid for Patients in Intensive Care Units  ... 
doi:10.1145/638286.638290 fatcat:pcikarxuoba6znv6u7eb6grgwi

ICU-Talk, a communication aid for intubated intensive care patients

F. MacAulay, A. J. Shearer, B. Gordon, A. Judson, M. Etchels, S. Ashraf, I. W. Ricketts, A. Waller, J. K. Brodie, N. Alm, A. Warden
2002 Proceedings of the fifth international ACM conference on Assistive technologies - Assets '02  
This device has been designed specifically for intubated patients in hospital intensive care units. The ICU-Talk device was trialled with real patients.  ...  A Multi-disciplinary project staffed by personnel from nursing, computer science and speech and language therapy developed a computer based communication aid called ICU-Talk.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEM ENTS The work reported here is funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, under research grant GR/M54889 -"A CommunicationAid for Patients in Intensive Care Units  ... 
doi:10.1145/638249.638290 dblp:conf/assets/MacAulayJEARWBAWSG02 fatcat:gsiagph2bjdmjigs7k5k4ioirq

Implementing early physical rehabilitation and mobilisation in the ICU: institutional, clinician, and patient considerations

Selina M. Parry, Peter Nydahl, Dale M. Needham
2017 Intensive Care Medicine  
of physical rehabilitation and mobilisation in the intensive care unit.  ...  Engage and evaluate with inter-professional team: Designated champions to support and advocate for rehabilitation, as part of daily clinical care, are essential [7, 8] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00134-017-4908-8 pmid:28842731 fatcat:ek3rd2lvvnhsbi3mzf3sfimri4

Impact of a decision-making aid for suspected urinary tract infections on antibiotic overuse in nursing homes

Darcy K. McMaughan, Obioma Nwaiwu, Hongwei Zhao, Elizabeth Frentzel, David Mehr, Sara Imanpour, Steven Garfinkel, Charles D. Phillips
2016 BMC Geriatrics  
odds of a prescription being written for ASB (OR = 0.63, 95 % CI = 0.25 -1.60 for low-intensity homes; OR = 0.79, 95 % CI = 0.33 -1.88 for high-intensity homes).  ...  Method: A pre-and post-test with comparison group design was used. The data was collected through retrospective chart review.  ...  Of the four homes designated as having fidelity to the decision-making aid, three were from the high intensity training group and one was from the low intensity group.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12877-016-0255-9 pmid:27084340 pmcid:PMC4833907 fatcat:hbm2dsknwrhwvfobn7yt6occwu

Page 2552 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 78, Issue 9 [page]

1991 Psychological Abstracts  
Ss in the experimental condition received intensive, one-on-one services with trained paraprofessional advocates for a period of 10 wks.  ...  A regional geriatric program would be responsible for coordinating a full range of care, including acute and chronic. (French abstract) 25516. Steinberg, Annie.  ... 

A Systematic Review of Family Meeting Tools in Palliative and Intensive Care Settings

Adam E. Singer, Tayla Ash, Claudia Ochotorena, Karl A. Lorenz, Kelly Chong, Scott T. Shreve, Sangeeta C. Ahluwalia
2016 The American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine  
We sought to identify tools available to aid the conduct of family meetings in palliative, hospice, and intensive care unit settings.  ...  We found considerable variation across tools in usage and content and a lack of tools supporting family engagement.  ...  Ahluwalia was supported by a career development award from the National Palliative Care Research Center and a VA/NIMH Implementation Research Fellowship (R25 MH080916-01A2).  ... 
doi:10.1177/1049909115594353 pmid:26213225 pmcid:PMC4728031 fatcat:7e76hacxvrcpleb2hr2i2l6gv4

Patterns of hospital care for patients with HIV infection and AIDS

A M Johnson, C Shergold, A Hawkins, R Miller, M W Adler
1993 Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health  
Objective-The aims were to describe the use of inpatient resources by patients with HIV infection and patients with AIDS; to examine trends in service use over time; and to provide data for planners concerned  ...  with service provision for HIV infection.  ...  The intensity of service use was influenced considerably by survival time (table III) such that those with short survival times spent a much higher proportion of their time with AIDS in inpatient care  ... 
doi:10.1136/jech.47.3.232 pmid:8350038 pmcid:PMC1059773 fatcat:dfdohovdcncuvbkh3oknqy4rpu

Page 152 of Journal of Nursing Management Vol. 4, Issue 3 [page]

1996 Journal of Nursing Management  
To date, the intensity and scope of AIDS patients’ long- term care needs are unknown.  ...  Chenier and A. J. Richard training highly skilled health care professionals for tertiary care interventions designed to return employees to the workplace as soon as possible.  ... 

Population health and individualized care in the global AIDS response

Wafaa M. El-Sadr, Miriam Rabkin, Kevin M. DeCock
2016 AIDS (London)  
A growing number of experts believe that the time has come for more nuanced program design -a model of differentiated care, in which different types of patients receive different packages of HIV services  ...  low-intensity and high- intensity care and vice versa ART, antiretroviral treatment.  ... 
doi:10.1097/qad.0000000000001192 pmid:27367489 pmcid:PMC5007200 fatcat:ctdzd2okdfhjvbw7ludxaimhdq

Rethinking Food Aid to Fight AIDS

Suneetha Kadiyala, Stuart Gillespie
2004 Food and Nutrition Bulletin  
, home-based care (HBC), and community-based childcare centre volunteers; volunteer teachers in informal schools and for teachers to be trained in HIV/AIDS-related issues.  ...  Food aid can also contribute to improving the dietary intake of persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and those most affected by the disease facilitating a greater productive and caring capacity.  ... 
doi:10.1177/156482650402500307 pmid:15460271 fatcat:tkkniympxvarzjxd2plkq5yixy

Page 590 of Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law Vol. 32, Issue 4 [page]

2007 Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law  
The Vermont Diabetes Information System (VDIS): Study Design and Sub- ject Recruitment for a Cluster Randomized Trial of a Decision Support System in a Regional Sample of Primary Care Practices.  ...  A. Kerr, A. F. Brown, B. E. Waitzfelder, et al. for the TRIAD Study Group. 2006. The Association between Quality of Care and the Intensity of Diabetes Disease Management Pro- grams.  ... 

Translational health technology and system schemes: enhancing the dynamics of health informatics

Marjo Rissanen
2020 Health Information Science and Systems  
Health care processes for patients might be very fragmented.  ...  By internalizing common nuances in these approaches, designers can ease the interaction and communication between experts from different backgrounds.  ...  Health informatics has a considerable role in enhancing the coordination of patient care and treatment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13755-020-00133-5 pmid:33194173 pmcid:PMC7652954 fatcat:dcpw6rqztvez7oizgtlk7m6rnm

Page 36 of Contemporary Surgery Vol. 12, Issue 4 [page]

1978 Contemporary Surgery  
Modern intensive care also demands effective communication between surgeons and ICU staff.  ...  Manual of Surgical Intensive Care serves as a resource to surgeons admitting patients to intensive care units.  ... 

Shifting the Paradigm in HIV Prevention and Treatment Service Delivery Toward Differentiated Care for Youth

Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, Marco Thimm-Kaiser, Adam Benzekri, Donna Futterman
2019 NAM Perspectives  
Shifting the paradigm for AYA to differentiated HIV care is a promising approach that warrants implementation and evaluation as part of reinforced national efforts to end the HIV epidemic in the United  ...  Despite significant progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the United States, HIV prevention and treatment disparities among key populations remain a national public health concern.  ...  AYA who are at risk and are unaware of their HIV status represent a primary target population for intensive outreach eff orts that promote HIV testing and may involve community partners.  ... 
doi:10.31478/201903a fatcat:n3ydgg72sffxbp732h4lrt7n3e

Page 79 of International Nursing Review Vol. 59, Issue 1 [page]

2012 International Nursing Review  
Such regional groupings seem to be a useful structure to aid communication and support- ive networks.  ...  Danladi, H.M. (2001) Fundamentals of Nursing Care For Intensive Care Nurses. Zinek Communications, Jos, Nigeria. Kabara, H.S. & Williams, G. (2006) Nigerian critical care meeting October 2006.  ... 
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