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Information visualisation: a holistic tool to discover knowledge. Case study – what video-telephone care? What elderly?

Antonia Arnaert, Lucas Delesie
2005 Knowledge Management Research & Practice  
This paper presents an information visualisation approach to discover knowledge for the management of tele-home care for the elderly using the video-telephone: what type of elderly need what type of video-telephone  ...  More specifically, it summarises visually the relationships among the types of video-telephony care, among the segments of elderly, and between the types of interventions and the segments of elderly simultaneously  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the European Union, the city of Kortrijk (Belgium) and its municipal welfare centre and the cable-television company and the non-profit organisation Open Net for funding the video-telephony  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.kmrp.8500045 fatcat:ue7cum25brd57ginomh4egbu2u

Barriers and catalysts of nutrition literacy among elderly Japanese people

Y. Aihara, J. Minai
2011 Health Promotion International  
With the rapidly increasing number of elderly people in the world, promoting nutrition literacy among them is a pivotal health policy for maintaining and promoting health.  ...  Improving skills for accessing and utilizing diet/nutrition information is important for preventing noncommunicable diseases and frailty among elderly people.  ...  METHODS Study population The Japanese health insurance system instituted a new medical insurance for the elderly aged over 75 years (medical insurance for old-old 422 Y. Aihara and J.  ... 
doi:10.1093/heapro/dar005 pmid:21307024 fatcat:okhf2xe2tbfnbd7d377zomaxuu

Visual art dialogues with elderly persons: effects on perceived life situation

B.-M. Wikström
2000 Journal of Nursing Management  
The findings show a new way to care for elderly persons that builds upon elderly persons’ knowledge and personal experience.  ...  In the visual art group the dialogues changed over time and caught increasingly more of the elderly persons’ experience and knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-2834.2000.00154.x pmid:11013539 fatcat:e2uq3otjtrgytcjwrpk7s4tuou

SEIMUT PERSIA: Promoting Dental and Oral Health Care and Physical Performance in Elderly

Aulia Ramadhani, Taufan Bramantoro, Fridaniyanti Khusnul Khotimah, Lintang Maudina Santosa, Nancy Cynthia Sudiartha, I Ketut Brahma Pande Cakti Mudara, Widya Rizky Romadhona, Elvira Widya Pangestika, Ulyasari Rachmaningayu, Benny Saputra, Faila Shofa Amarilda, Erika Priyanridani
2020 Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine  
Purpose: To create an informational health video aboutdental and oral health and physical performance in the elderly because there was none.  ...  Conclusion: The respondents were interested in the information about dental and oral health and the physicalperformance of the elderly, and the video was easy to understand.  ...  Health promotion for the elderly will be more effective if given in the form of fun activities together with friends.  ... 
doi:10.20473/ijdm.v3i1.2020.10-12 fatcat:hylttm2f2fa43fz27rt7x5nfr4

Approaching Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Model for Elderly with Dementia Who are Suspected to Have Hearing Impairment in Korea

Sunghwa You, Woojae Han
2019 Journal of Audiology & Otology  
The results showed that most of the nurses and caregivers in elderly medical welfare facilities who worked with dementia patients did not have knowledge of their hearing loss.  ...  A total of 29 health-care professionals responded to the KAP survey. Also, 2 family members participated.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors sincerely thank Prof. Piers Dawes, University of Manchester to permit the translation of the K-KAP questionnaire. We also thank Prof.  ... 
doi:10.7874/jao.2019.00094 pmid:31319639 pmcid:PMC6949477 fatcat:qptx6ldv6nax3ojmdnunnvu5ce

Building and validating an educational video for elderly individuals about fall risks

Guilherme Guarino de Moura Sá, Ana Maria Ribeiro dos Santos, Nelson Miguel Galindo Neto, Khelyane Mesquita de Carvalho, Carla Danielle Araújo Feitosa, Polyana Norberta Mendes
2020 Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem  
Conclusion: the video was built and validated for content and understanding and can be used to prevent falls in elderly individuals.  ...  Objective: to build and validate educational video for elderly individuals about fall risks.  ...  To assess content. experience and updating on fall risks. knowledge of the health education process and of building educational materials for elderly individuals are relevant.  ... 
doi:10.1590/0034-7167-2020-0010 pmid:33111805 fatcat:5ltl2q5j2becvdwtrgfx2q2bxe

Door-to-Door Eye Health Education to Improve Knowledge, Attitude, and Uptake of Eyecare Services Among Elderly with Cataracts: A Quasi-Experimental Study in the Central Tropical Region, Myanmar

Kyaw Ko Ko, Tepanata Pumpaibool, Maung Maung Myo Wynn, Ye Win, Tin Moe Kyi, Pyae Linn Aung
2021 Clinical Ophthalmology  
A total of 56 elderly people with cataracts were involved in each group. The intervention group received door-to-door eye health education for 3 consecutive months.  ...  This study aimed to measure the effect of door-to-door eye health education in improving knowledge and attitude toward cataracts and the use of eyecare services among the elderly residing in a rural area  ...  Disclosure The authors report no conflicts of interest in this work.  ... 
doi:10.2147/opth.s287257 pmid:33658757 pmcid:PMC7920616 fatcat:zc2f5sbgwrhlbgamagpnozfo7i

738Health Status and Quality of Life of Indigenous Elderly Population of Bangladesh

Farah Naz Rahman, AKM Fazlur Rahman, Hafiz T.A Khan
2021 International Journal of Epidemiology  
This study was conducted to explore the health status and quality of life of indigenous elderly of Bangladesh as there is scarcity of knowledge regarding this.  ...  Visual difficulty was found predominant (74%) among the chronic conditions, followed by locomotion difficulty (49%) and gastrointestinal problem (41%).  ...  This study was conducted to explore the health status and quality of life of indigenous elderly of Bangladesh as there is scarcity of knowledge regarding this.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ije/dyab168.554 fatcat:iydgbw3n3jfujht2doodcuggfq

Page 3757 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 91, Issue 10 [page]

2004 Psychological Abstracts  
—This study in- vestigated the dental health knowledge and oral hygiene practices of 95 students with visual impairments and 286 sighted students in Taiwan.  ...  It found that the students with visual impairments were less knowledgeable about den- tal health and less frequently completed oral hygiene practices than did the sighted students.  ... 

Visualization Analysis of Literature Big Data on Elderly Service from the International Perspective

Mei-jun NING, Yi-xuan GAO, Ru-nan GE, Yu-xin CHEN
2020 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
elderly service research. (2) Research hotspots mainly focus on demand for elderly services, elderly service model and elderly service quality. (3) Research frontiers mainly include the concept and path  ...  Using CiteSpace 5.6R1 to draw the mapping knowledge domains, this paper investigated the research hotspots, research frontiers and development trends.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was financially supported by Beijing Urban Governance Research Center (20XN232), the National Science Foundation (71902007)  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/eelss2020/34610 fatcat:7rwxvagy5vg2bfmyxvnjxhz4pi

Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of Primary Health Care Physicians in the Screening and Prevention of Elderly Falls at Alwazarat Health Center, Rıyadh, KSA

Saad Shebnan Alshahrani, Department of Family Medicıne, Prince Sultan Medical Militıary Cıty, Alwazarat Health Care Center, Rıyadh, KSA
2019 Journal of Medical Science And clinical Research  
The objective of the study is to evaluate the primary health care physicians' knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding the screening and prevention of elderly falls.  ...  Of the physicians, 35.5% do not follow any guidelines regarding elderly fall screening and prevention, 15% always ask for the previous history of falls, 19.8% prescribe Vitamin D for fall prevention, 26.7%  ...  Acknowledgement I would like to thank all the PHC physicians who participated in this study and extend my special thanks to the Program Director of family physiciansat the ALWAZARATCenter, DR.  ... 
doi:10.18535/jmscr/v7i1.75 fatcat:kysg5pw5pvhxnltbhh6vjixh6a

Health Literacy in Rural Jamaica: Visual Aides to Assist and Increase Medication Adherence

Darry Coverson
2015 MOJ Public Health  
The objectives for this project are to create visual prescriptions for twenty-five elderly health illiterate Jamaican residents, have the visual prescription placed in the patient's medical records at  ...  The following conclusions were made: rural elderly Jamaicans believe visual medication aides will benefit them, results indicated that a health literacy problem does exist for the area, and visual aides  ... 
doi:10.15406/mojph.2015.02.00038 fatcat:bzhybvjar5cvvkfzogztabb7xu

Effectiveness of Health Education Diabetic Foot Care with Leaflet and Audiovisual Media Toward Knowledge

Yusuf Efendi
2019 JOURNAL FOR QUALITY IN PUBLIC HEALTH  
So this study proves the use of audio visual media is more effective for health education activities in improving knowledge of Deabetic foot care.  ...  This study aims to determine the effectiveness of audio visual media and leaflets on improving knowledge of foot care knowledge in people with diabetes mellitus.  ...  Health education using leaflet media is one form of learning for the elderly so they must continue to carry out health education activities so that the knowledge formed can be reflected in actions taken  ... 
doi:10.30994/jqph.v3i1.48 fatcat:howhs4nx3rg6xb4otmumiouhai

How does the Canadian general public view moderate Alzheimer's disease? determination of health utility scores

Jean-Eric Tarride, Mark Oremus, Natasha Clayton, Parminder Raina
2009 Alzheimer's & Dementia  
Cognitive function impairment did not affect other aspects of quality of life among the Chinese elderly.  ...  Conclusions: We found a significant association between the severity of cognitive function impairment and problems in "self-care" and "usual activities" of EQ-5D dimensions and VAS.  ...  For the VAS component of the EQ-5D, scores were higher for the current health status (79.16 versus 57.66).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jalz.2009.04.215 fatcat:rwrsekuznrbezdlpv2l5ofmjhq

Raising Awareness among Health Students about Aging Changes

Rosalina Aparecida Partezani Rodrigues
2018 MOJ Gerontology & Geriatrics  
The increase in the elderly population and life expectancy has led health professionals to seek qualification and improve their knowledge, skills, and attitudes to provide care to this population group  ...  Table 1 Stages of the roadmap for preparing the scenario, according to Fabri et al. 3 Knowledge prior to the scenario Student's prior knowledge Key aspects of already existing relevant content in the student's  ...  Raising awareness among health students about aging changes  ... 
doi:10.15406/mojgg.2018.03.00080 fatcat:qmjgey2lqrcy7poesav4vaycra
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