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Primary care providers' experiences caring for complex patients in primary care: a qualitative study

Danielle F. Loeb, Elizabeth A. Bayliss, Carey Candrian, Frank V. deGruy, Ingrid A. Binswanger
2016 BMC Family Practice  
Methods: Using a general inductive approach, our qualitative research study was guided by an interpretive epistemology, or way of knowing.  ...  PCPs relied on professional values and individual care strategies to overcome local and system barriers. Team based approaches were endorsed to improve the management of complex patients.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge Carolyn Nowels, MSPH for her assistance with qualitative analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12875-016-0433-z pmid:27004838 pmcid:PMC4804627 fatcat:jti2dkojc5b47drzph5jfzvpfi

Day care for people with dementia: A qualitative study comparing experiences from Norway and Scotland

Anne Marie M Rokstad, Louise McCabe, Jane M Robertson, Margit G Strandenæs, Signe Tretteteig, Solfrid Vatne
2017 Dementia  
Whereas day care receives prominence in Norway's national plan, Scotland does not highlight day care in its national dementia strategy. A qualitative cross-national comparative study was undertaken.  ...  The study aimed to explore and compare experiences of day care services for people with dementia as described by day care attendees and their caregivers in Norway and Scotland.  ...  dementia might contribute to reductions in the incidence of behavioral problems (Ishizaki et al., 2002) , improve perceived quality of life for people with dementia (Strandenaes, Lund, & Rokstad, 2017  ... 
doi:10.1177/1471301217712796 pmid:28587483 fatcat:l3vvqejnpjfgbcaqftn5q4tfw4

The needs of informal caregivers and barriers of primary care workers toward dementia management in primary care: a qualitative study in Beijing

Meirong Wang, Shuang Shao, Jing Li, Yingjie Liu, Xiaojingyuan Xu, Juan Du
2018 BMC Family Practice  
This study aimed to clarify the needs of informal caregivers and barriers of primary care workers toward dementia management in primary care in Beijing to provide references that may help to improve the  ...  Informal caregivers of people with dementia in Beijing are increasingly called upon to provide home-based care for their patients due to the increasing number of dementia patients and the shortage of standardized  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank Guanghui Jin for his editorial help. To all the caregivers and primary care workers who participated in this research, the authors  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12875-018-0890-7 pmid:30572842 pmcid:PMC6302289 fatcat:cl2o36bcn5cinbxfd43dqrlqpq

Sensory stimulation—A way of creating mutual relations in dementia care

Else Lykkeslet, Eva Gjengedal, Torill Skrondal, May-Britt Storjord
2014 International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health & Well-Being  
The overall aim of this 2-year Norwegian action research study was to improve the interaction between care workers and patients with dementia in a nursing home by means of sensory stimulation.  ...  Observation notes and interview transcripts were analyzed by means of thematic analysis which revealed a gradual emergence of person-centered care.  ...  The authors have not received any benefits from industry or elsewhere to conduct this study.  ... 
doi:10.3402/qhw.v9.23888 pmid:25008197 pmcid:PMC4090364 fatcat:tybwubbe3zdh5khiz5np4zxuce

Barriers to and facilitators for implementing quality improvements in palliative care – results from a qualitative interview study in Norway

Ragni Sommerbakk, Dagny Faksvåg Haugen, Aksel Tjora, Stein Kaasa, Marianne Jensen Hjermstad
2016 BMC Palliative Care  
One part of the EUfunded IMPACT project (IMplementation of quality indicators in PAlliative Care sTudy) aiming to increase the knowledge base, was to conduct national studies in PC services.  ...  Implementation of quality improvements in palliative care (PC) is challenging, and detailed knowledge about factors that may facilitate or hinder implementation is essential for success.  ...  Funding This study is part of the larger IMPACT project (IMplementation of quality indicators in PAlliative Care sTudy).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12904-016-0132-5 pmid:27422410 pmcid:PMC4947264 fatcat:2u444flfhncqpbcxnz5bftpp7i

Change agents' experiences of implementing a new organizational culture in residential care for older people: A qualitative study

Eva Ericson-Lidman, Gunilla Strandberg
2021 Nordic journal of nursing research  
The aim of the study was to illuminate experiences of being a change agent in order to improve residential care of older people.  ...  Culture change in organizations may affect employees and change agents are often a forgotten resource; their perspective is often overlooked in research.  ...  Acknowledgement We would like to thank the participants in the study who narrated freely about their roles as change agents.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2057158521995994 fatcat:5foss3vhjjfsjndbojnihltxu4

Facilitation of activities for people with dementia in day care: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of staff

Strandenæs MG, Lund A, Rokstad AMM
2019 Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare  
The aim of this study was to gain understanding of the staff's experiences on how to enhance engagement and participation in activities for attendees.Methods: The study has a qualitative design, using  ...  To achieve this, the importance of having individual knowledge about the attendees to enhance relationships, creating a balanced group composition, personal competence and skills of the staff, and the  ...  Understanding dementia and the person behind the diagnostic label. Int J of Person Centered Medicin . 2012;2(1):7. 39. Brooker D. What is person-centred care in dementia?  ... 
doaj:949101bbaa714798b516577ed81233ad fatcat:i6dvnquiabhw5metpe4kcbvk6a

Facilitation of activities for people with dementia in day care: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of staff

Margit Gausdal Strandenæs, Anne Lund, Anne Marie Mork Rokstad
2019 Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare  
Methods: The study has a qualitative design, using group interviews with staff and field observations at day care designed for people with dementia.  ...  To achieve this, the importance of having individual knowledge about the attendees to enhance relationships, creating a balanced group composition, personal competence and skills of the staff, and the  ...  Disclosure The authors report no conflicts of interest in this work.  ... 
doi:10.2147/jmdh.s198024 pmid:31308683 pmcid:PMC6613360 fatcat:hp4xbplxqjdlzlefy6a7e2ag7a

Meeting psychosocial needs for persons with dementia in home care services – a qualitative study of different perceptions and practices among health care providers

Anette Hansen, Solveig Hauge, Ådel Bergland
2017 BMC Geriatrics  
Meeting psychosocial needs for persons with dementia in home care services -a qualitative study of different perceptions and practices among health care providers.  ...  Meeting psychosocial needs for persons with dementia in home care services -a qualitative study of different perceptions and practices among health care providers Anette Hansen Høgskolen i Sørøst-Norge  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the HCPs for participating in the focus group interviews, and the leader of the home care service units who conducted the recruitment.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12877-017-0612-3 pmid:28893181 pmcid:PMC5594550 fatcat:pnijqa57wnc7hnkbhnph5t2uhu

Systematic Use of Music as an Environmental Intervention and Quality of Care in Nursing Homes: A Qualitative Case Study in Norway

Kari Batt-Rawden, Marit Storlien
2019 Medicines  
A county in Norway and a Nursing Education Department in a region of Norway collaborated on the project "systematic use of music as environmental intervention and quality of care in nursing homes" for  ...  Methods: This study from Norway (2017) had a qualitative and explorative approach. The sample (n = 33) was strategically and conveniently selected.  ...  In qualitative analysis, knowledge is developed from experiences by interpreting and summarizing the organized empirical data.  ... 
doi:10.3390/medicines6010012 pmid:30669318 pmcid:PMC6473613 fatcat:yhn3ykjl7jappkbljamltsc7ti

"Standing on common ground" - a qualitative study of self-management support for patients with multimorbidity in primary health care

Joel Freilich, Gunnar H. Nilsson, Mirjam Ekstedt, Maria Flink
2020 BMC Family Practice  
Methods A mixed qualitative method was used to explore regular self-management support and telemedicine as a tool to support self-management.  ...  This study also includes experiences of using telemedicine to support self-management.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the PHC centers and everyone who participated in the study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12875-020-01290-y pmid:33203401 fatcat:ittymtgtcjch7jimkyghxquvjy

Organizational Challenges in the Public Sector. A Qualitative Study of the Swedish Armed Forces and Elderly Care

Pernilla Hoke Åberg, Elisabeth Arenö, Aida Alvinius
2021 Qualitative Sociology Review  
Firstly, the purpose of this study is to qualitatively examine how three organizational challenges—organizational anorexia, organizational greed, and organizational narcissism—are expressed in the Swedish  ...  The sample of organizations used is described in the Methods section.  ...  A Qualitative Study of the Swedish Armed Forces and Elderly Care  ... 
doi:10.18778/1733-8077.17.3.02 fatcat:qwycxkhy6nhxbdikisihosy35u

Perceptions, Experiences, and Challenges of Physicians Involved in Dementia Care During the COVID-19 Lockdown in India: A Qualitative Study

Debanjan Banerjee, Bhavika Vajawat, Prateek Varshney, TS Sathyanarayana Rao
2021 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
This study looks at the "voices" of those actively providing dementia care during the ongoing crisis and to the best of our knowledge, is the first one from India to do so.  ...  We explored the experiences and barriers faced by the physicians involved in dementia care during the lockdown period.Methods: A qualitative approach was used with purposive sampling.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge the Indian Psychiatric Society (IPS) for helping in the study process and coordination.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2020.615758 pmid:33551877 pmcid:PMC7854902 fatcat:ns7tqwp64zdjhigfimrsghip6q

Why do staff and family think differently about quality of life in dementia? A qualitative study exploring perspectives in care homes

Sarah Robertson, Claudia Cooper, Juanita Hoe, Kathryn Lord, Penny Rapaport, Gill Livingston
2019 International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry  
To our knowledge, no one has explored this qualitatively, so we used qualitative interviews to explore why staff and family think differently about quality of life.  ...  Quality of life is important especially in incurable illness. In dementia, we often need proxy reports of quality of life, but we know little about how individuals make their judgements.  ...  Interventions may, therefore, never improve family perceptions of quality of life if the person with dementia remains in a care home.  ... 
doi:10.1002/gps.5193 pmid:31397501 fatcat:dfzzbto7dnb7pmffp7f264chbm

A Qualitative Study on Formal and Informal Carers' Perceptions of Dementia Care Provision and Management in Malaysia

Michaela Goodson, Emma McLellan, Roshaslina Rosli, Maw Pin Tan, Shahrul Kamaruzzaman, Louise Robinson, Susan Moloney
2021 Frontiers in Public Health  
Workforce factors that hindered early identification and management of dementia included lack of specialists, overburdened clinics, and limited knowledge of dementia and training in guideline use.  ...  The respondents in this study perceived that while there was a provision for dementia care in the hospital and community settings, the different care sectors are largely unaware of the services each provides  ...  MATERIALS AND METHODS Study Design This explorative qualitative study is part of a broader program of research aiming to improve diagnosis and post-diagnostic care for pwd in LMICs (UK National Institute  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2021.637484 fatcat:5wcwvo7narhyjlvw4glo6j33cu
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