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Some important aspects of Medical and Nursing House Call sustaining Assisted Living of Ageing Population

Basile Spyropoulos, Aris Tzavaras, Maria Botsivaly, Manolis Moschidis, Kostantina Mertika, Periklis Sochos, Kostas Koutsourakis, Arthur I. Karshmer, Jürgen Nehmer, Hartmut Raffler, Gerhard Tröster
It is the purpose of the present study to explore the most important issues concerning the emerging contemporary house call Medical Practice, and to present the technical and managerial means we have developed  ...  Although the house call a decade ago was declared a vanishing practice, statistics show an upwelling of home visits by physicians, in the developed countries, during the last ten years.  ...  to house call Medical and Nursing Practice.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagsemproc.07462.25 fatcat:nfgvnc6oafaxzlyfjtlvua2ss4

Better health and ambient assisted living (AAL) from a global, regional and local economic perspective

Birgid Eberhardt, Uwe Fachinger, Klaus Dirk Henke
2010 International Journal of Behavioural and Healthcare Research  
with the development, promotion and organization of so-called senior-friendly environments and with ambient assisted living (AAL).  ...  to the providers of outpatient and inpatient nursing and medical care.  ...  Conversely, poor housing presents an important potential limitation to the vision of technology-assisted home care.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbhr.2010.037637 fatcat:53v6fj63q5bxxhsfa5wigy7f6y

Housing Expectations of Future Seniors Based on an Example of the Inhabitants of Poland

Agata Gawlak, Magda Matuszewska, Agata Skórka
2021 Buildings  
The said challenges include, among others, a well-organised medical care system, proper legislation and social education.  ...  This paper is intended to analyse the current senior housing solutions in Poland and to define the desirable development of those housing forms that can successfully meet the needs of future seniors.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings11070305 fatcat:4rr34a6q65ay5c4m5bfc5dgqwa

Assisted-Living Regulation Issues: A Business Case for Action or Creative Destruction

Linda Christiansen, Joanie Sompayrac
2015 International Journal of Business and Social Research  
The paper's methodology includes reviewing the statistics that indicate the growing demand for assisted-living facilities and researches and reports variations of regulation regarding assisted-living facilities  ...  As the U.S. population ages, legislatures and courts need to address the growing need to develop comprehensive and consistent law in this area, and the industry must be fast to anticipate threats and changes  ...  Assisted-living facilities provide seniors help with some aspects of living, while allowing them to maintain independence and dignity.  ... 
doi:10.18533/ijbsr.v5i9.844 doaj:ef91df07d93e44da8ea3016548d44016 fatcat:7d5kqabwufbxpfkg4kivd44iqm

Identifying the Potential for Robotics to Assist Older Adults in Different Living Environments

Tracy L. Mitzner, Tiffany L. Chen, Charles C. Kemp, Wendy A. Rogers
2013 International Journal of Social Robotics  
As the older adult population grows and becomes more diverse, so will their needs and preferences for living environments. Many adults over 65 years of age require some assistance ).  ...  We also examined older adults' needs for assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), and medical conditions when living independently or in a long-term  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported in part by a grant from the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Aging) Grant P01 AG17211 under the auspices of the Center for Research and  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12369-013-0218-7 pmid:24729800 pmcid:PMC3979567 fatcat:ov4wk2mpfjarpmr6dhrij6egzm


Mika Ito, Purnawan Junadi
2020 Zenodo  
The world has faced a critical demographic change as the population ageing, and the increased number of elderly people aged over 65 has brought several challenges in the healthcare system.  ...  In this paper, several healthcare systems, the Long-Term Care policy in particular, are reviewed and lead to some recommendations for sufficient and sustainable systems.  ...  However, the aspect of provision is also very important for the sustainable LTC system.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3663511 fatcat:s5lrpiig3jdsxkejnspicq2elm

Rural Physician-Pharmacist Collaborative Practice Agreements Managing Patients in Supportive Living and Assisted Living Memory Care Facilities

Mattie Ann Haas, LuAnn Haas, Kristine Knoke, Michael Andreski
2019 INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy  
Objectives: 1) Evaluate the impact of active pharmacist participation on patient care for residents living in supportive and assisted living facilities, 2) demonstrate feasibility and financial sustainability  ...  Setting: Supportive living and assisted living memory care facilities in a rural West-Central Illinois county.  ...  Acknowledgements: We would like to thank the administrators and nursing staff at Hancock Village Senior Services, participating physicians and nurse practitioners, and the Community Pharmacy Foundation  ... 
doi:10.24926/iip.v10i4.1371 pmid:34007587 pmcid:PMC8051895 fatcat:2nscm6bjlvhfbf6ktpe2uzwzwa

Geriatric House Calls: A Geriatrician-Led Clinical Experience in Sub-Saharan Africa

Seki Balogun, Ogugua Osi-Ogbu, Seki Balogun
2020 Gerontology and Geriatric Research  
In our report, we describe a geriatrician - led house calls clinical experience in Nigeria and explore the management strategies, as well as challenges in providing much needed medical care for older African  ...  With progressively longer life spans worldwide, developing countries are beginning to grapple with medical care issues of frail older adults.  ...  African countries are now having to face the challenges of caring for their aging population.  ... 
doi:10.31487/j.ggr.2019.01.03 fatcat:bj3f3cugjvewtmwcdrakpx2xwm

Improving Unsafe Environments to Support Aging Independence with Limited Resources

Sarah L. Szanton, Jill Roth, Manka Nkimbeng, Jessica Savage, Rachel Klimmek
2014 The Nursing Clinics of North America  
Living for Elders), which addresses both individual and environmental aspects of aging with independence.  ...  of function and medical problems to help clients meet their goals; (3) treats the housing and the environment as an aspect of health care worthy of health care investment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cnur.2014.02.002 pmid:24846463 pmcid:PMC4074077 fatcat:ez2bgg4mf5duhaa75xfjpuw57u

The "Community-based Integrated Care System" and Discourse Ethics – From the Viewpoint of Autonomy and Solidarity –

The policy that individuals requiring care and terminalstage patients be sent into a large-scale accommodation in a depopulated area and live there until they die, is not adopted because of the belief  ...  and solidarity as equal fundamental principles.  ...  , namely, "medical care, nursing care, care prevention, housing, and support in daily living."  ... 
doi:10.52882/2434-1738-04-06 fatcat:yksuhbd32zhi7bccnkbu7nuvve

The cost effectiveness of aging in place: A literature review

Nguyen Tan Loi, Nguyen Tien Dung, Ho Nhut Quang
The objective of this paper is to discover the evidence supporting or refuting the cost-effectiveness of Assisted Living Technology (ALT) in aging in place of older adults through a comprehensive presentation  ...  The prevalence of chronic diseases increases in the older population; seniors may have to abandon their bative social life and need long-term care in a nursing home. Aging is a global phenomenon.  ...  On the other hand, in response to an aging population and given financial sustainability, the government needs to formulate a budgetary framework for housing for the elderly, accommodation for the elderly  ... 
doi:10.46223/hcmcoujs.soci.en.11.1.1925.2021 fatcat:pxbqdmvsuffkhftqanqxmh67y4

Home-Based Palliative Care and Aging in Place and Community [chapter]

Jean Galiana, William A. Haseltine
2019 Aging Well  
Palliative care provides healthcare and emotional support to those living with a serious illness and their families throughout the course of the illness and often the patient's life.  ...  Palliative care is designed to treat the whole person, not just their medical concerns.  ...  cost of nursing home or assisted living housing expenses.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-13-2164-1_5 fatcat:rgdws4s5j5cpxbhrwfg6hk2hu4


Muhammad Najib Ali
This paper examined the influences of financial policy towards the sustainability of home care in Malaysia.  ...  resources training and development bond for caregivers and nurses training and development namely financial structures II.  ...  retirement living concept (In house concept of retirement living).  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13488627.v2 fatcat:mxdrh64xqzdm3n5uxhio3p2ibm

The Problem of the Ageing Population: The Brackenbury Prize Essay, British Medical Association, 1960

J. J. McMullan
1963 Postgraduate medical journal  
Education may assist adjustment to ageing and visiting, clubs and home occupations are important. An interest and purpose in life sustain vitality. 7.  ...  The provision of suitable houses for the old is of prime importance in solving the problem of the ageing population.  ... 
doi:10.1136/pgmj.39.453.382 pmid:13932207 pmcid:PMC2482316 fatcat:xbior77asveyxkvn6l7xdgsjky

Biopolitically (un)caring: Sustaining bodies and shaping care in precarious environments

Magdalena Zegarra Chiappori
2021 Arxiu d'Etnografia de Catalunya  
The subsistence of the bodies and lives of those residents was conducted via what I call uncaring but sustaining care practices.  ...  However, it is also important to note that some nursing technicians carried out their work with dedication and conscientiousness.  ... 
doi:10.17345/aec22.147-173 fatcat:6w3ueeodpra55g6gxepdo2csmi
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