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A concept analysis of dignity-protective continence care for care dependent older people in long-term care settings

Joan Ostaszkiewicz, Virginia Dickson-Swift, Alison Hutchinson, Adrian Wagg
2020 BMC Geriatrics  
Findings were inductively analysed and grouped according to whether they were the key attributes and antecedents of dignity in relation to continence care or the consequences of undignified continence  ...  Incontinence and care dependence threatens patient dignity.  ...  We also thank Georgie Lee (Research Assistant) for assisting with some of the analysis and Frances Beard (Librarian) for assisting with the development of the searches.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12877-020-01673-x pmid:32727481 fatcat:xtvnyxtdqjerrk7ug2np46lune

Nursing care quality: a concept analysis

Virya Koy, Jintana Yunibhand, Yupin Angsuroch
2015 International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences  
of this paper is to provide a clear definition of nursing care quality that contributes to the formulation, application, and measurement of quality nursing outcomes for patients, organisations, and nursing  ...  Because of the breadth and depth of modern nursing practice, further research and development of the concept is required.  ...  other variables, nurse and patient perspectives, and family expectations  ... 
doi:10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20150289 fatcat:3kip6knzd5erfoxyk4upgd3bxu

Forecasting care seekers satisfaction with telemedicine using machine learning and structural equation modeling

Khondker Mohammad Zobair, Louis Sanzogni, Luke Houghton, Md. Zahidul Islam, Camelia Delcea
2021 PLoS ONE  
This study investigates the antecedents of patients' satisfaction relating to telemedicine adoption in rural public hospitals settings in Bangladesh through the adaptation of Expectation Disconfirmation  ...  This model is validated using two-staged structural equation modeling and artificial neural network approaches. The findings demonstrate the determinants of patients' satisfaction with telemedicine.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the study participants and health bodies of the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) of Bangladesh, who  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0257300 pmid:34559840 pmcid:PMC8462681 fatcat:ocbg5ltfgfdivhhuqhwsi3druq

Conflicts of care

M Ward Platt
2005 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
research interest but has yet to be investigated in childhood pain. 4 There should be no doubt that power dynamics and expectations of care are shifting within the NHS, and the specialist paediatric  ...  the post-interview memory and understandings of patients and parents. 3 In addition, how and why chronic pain patients come to feel blamed by the healthcare professionals offering care is of considerable  ... 
doi:10.1136/adc.2004.069070 pmid:15781914 pmcid:PMC1720346 fatcat:ij3i5hof6neltf52ervb2r6u7q

Involving Parents in Managing Their Child's Long-Term Condition—A Concept Synthesis of Family-Centered Care and Partnership-in-Care

Joanna Smith, Veronica Swallow, Imelda Coyne
2015 Journal of Pediatric Nursing : Nursing Care of Children and Families  
This is a repository copy of Involving parents in managing their child's long-term condition : a concept synthesis of family-centered care and partnership-in-care.  ...  In child health care, the ideology of consumer involvement and patient-centred care is embodied within the philosophy of family-centred care and the partnership-in-care model.  ...  This concept synthesis involved reviewing primary research that had investigated family centred-care and/or partnership-in care; this enabled us to identify the antecedents and attributes of both these  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pedn.2014.10.014 pmid:25458112 fatcat:pewoab2mwnd33fkxtgl4qjsmoq

Intensive care without walls – introduction of a Medical Emergency Team system in a Swiss tertiary care centre

R Etter, J Takala, T Merz
2014 Swiss Medical Weekly  
METHODS: Data on patient characteristics, parameters related to MET activation and intervention and patient outcomes were evaluated.  ...  Aim of this retrospective cohort study is to review the preceding factors, patient characteristics, process parameters and their correlation to patient outcomes of MET calls since the introduction of the  ...  In the only multi-centre, cluster randomised study on the implementation of a RRS, investigators randomly assigned 12 hospitals to MET implementation and 11 to continued standard care including the on-going  ... 
doi:10.4414/smw.2014.14027 pmid:25296090 fatcat:p44lynhhlffvxnvds3felulg3m

Woman-centred care in childbirth: A concept analysis (Part 1)

Maria S. Maputle, Hiss Donavon
2013 Curationis  
'Woman-centred care' in childbirth is a process in which a woman makes choices and is involved in and has control over her care and relationship with her midwife.  ...  The aim of this paper is to study the concept of woman-centred care through analysis in the context of childbirth.  ...  The midwife and Lindy listened to each other because they engaged in a dialogue to identify preferences and expectations, and a new or changed strategy for 'woman-centred care' was constructed.  ... 
doi:10.4102/curationis.v36i1.49 pmid:23718832 fatcat:25ep5hc6qfaldpk2ywvssehjfq

Creating learning environments for compassionate care: a programme to promote compassionate care by health and social care teams

Jackie Bridges, Alison Fuller
2014 International Journal of Older People Nursing  
The consistent delivery of compassionate health and social care to older people is a matter of global concern to the nursing profession and the public it serves.  ...  relational capacity of the team and its individual team members, a prerequisite for the delivery of compassionate care.  ...  Other work indicates that expecting staff to, for example, use patient feedback constructively in the absence of team preparation to hear the patient feedback is unlikely to lead to service improvements  ... 
doi:10.1111/opn.12055 pmid:24849082 fatcat:qb3xdkdx7nakzfrlymehasggyq

Palliative care in terminal cardiac failure

C. Gannon
1995 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
heart failure and that referral of such patients for community based hospice care is exceptional.'  ...  overmedicalisation of terminal care is avoided.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.310.6991.1410b pmid:7540451 pmcid:PMC2549782 fatcat:pgff2e6xjvhqpnhygxduoavase

Towards a unifying caring life-course theory for better self-care and caring solutions: A discussion paper

Alison Kitson, Rebecca Feo, Michael Lawless, Joanne Arciuli, Robyn Clark, Rebecca Golley, Belinda Lange, Julie Ratcliffe, Sally Robinson
2021 Journal of Advanced Nursing  
The novel contribution of the theory is the interplay between understanding a person's care needs and provision within the context of their lifespan and personal histories, termed their care biography,  ...  The caring life-course theory can provide a roadmap to inform nursing and other care industry sectors, providing opportunities to integrate and deliver care from the perspective of the person and their  ...  the antecedents, interdependencies and consequences of care specifically from a lifespan perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jan.14887 pmid:34002886 fatcat:lthijhtnvrd7tf4dqakemlzvce

Caring Values and the Value of Care: Women, Maternalism and Caring Work in the Czech Republic

Rosie Read
2019 Contemporary European History  
AbstractThis article examines maternalism in the Czech Republic by exploring how waged and unwaged forms of caring work were framed through discourses of women's innately caring nature in the late twentieth  ...  The article assesses the contemporary reinvention of maternalist discourses and their capacity to mobilise unwaged caring labour.  ...  This way of thinking is natural and normal in the family, but I think it should also be natural in relation to other people.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0960777319000122 fatcat:6wxnje2to5bojmuj6o7h7ad27u

Healthcare professional acceptance of telemonitoring for chronic care patients in primary care

José Asua, Estibalitz Orruño, Eva Reviriego, Marie Pierre Gagnon
2012 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
A pilot experimentation of a telemonitoring system for chronic care patients is conducted in the Bilbao Primary Care Health Region (Basque Country, Spain).  ...  Conclusion: The extended TAM explained a significant portion of the variance in healthcare professionals' intention to use a telemonitoring system for chronic care patients in primary care.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was carried out within the framework of collaboration designed for the Quality  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6947-12-139 pmid:23194420 pmcid:PMC3520721 fatcat:26i7lf56jnh5rhuh3nea74vos4

(Re-)Designing the Business Model of a Digital Ecosystem: An Example in the Socio-Care Context

Andrea Pistorio, Luca Gastaldi, Paolo Locatelli, Mariano Corso
2018 Proceedings of the 11th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies  
., Locatelli, P. and Corso, M. (Re-)Designing the Business Model of a Digital Ecosystem: An Example in the Socio-Care Context.  ...  Amir and Zott (2015) described the process concerning the design of a new BM as constituted by elements, themes and antecedents.  ...  It is not possible to generalise the results of this study, but it is the starting point for other scholars investigating the antecedents of BMD.Furthermore, the focus was only on the antecedents. and  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006712905790586 dblp:conf/biostec/PistorioGLC18 fatcat:fetkyoi7hzddzmr72zrmi233vy

Infant Mortality and the Care of the Expectant Mother

1916 The Lancet  
Infant Mortality and the Care of the Expectant Mother.  ...  the care of expectant and nursing mothers as well as of the infants.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(01)19565-6 fatcat:xt4osqxuyfcyhpmo3uaouwnuf4

Primary care supply and quality of care in England

Laura Vallejo-Torres, Stephen Morris
2017 European Journal of Health Economics  
We investigated the relationship between primary care supply and quality of care in England.  ...  The effects were concentrated in indicators of care related to cardiovascular diseases and arthritis, and on specific indicators for diabetes, incontinence and hearing problems.  ...  Also, in the NHS where patients can switch GPs and health care is free at the point of receipt, GPs are expected to compete for patients on the basis of non-price factors such as QoC.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10198-017-0898-2 pmid:28560521 pmcid:PMC5913392 fatcat:kle4joi5zjfqplh7a45ecrznau
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