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Opportunities and Design Considerations for Peer Support in a Hospital Setting

Shefali Haldar, Sonali R. Mishra, Maher Khelifi, Ari H. Pollack, Wanda Pratt
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '17  
We then discuss the unique opportunities and challenges that the hospital environment presents when designing for peer support in this setting. • Providing a deep understanding of the informational and  ...  Our analysis revealed that hospitalized individuals need peer support for five key purposes: (1) to ask about medical details-such as procedures, treatments, and medications; (2) to learn about healthcare  ...  Thank you also to Kathryn Nickel, members of the Outcomes Assessment Program at Seattle Children's Hospital, and the Patients as Safeguards research team, including Andrew Miller, Alex Filipkowski, Cory  ... 
doi:10.1145/3025453.3026040 pmid:29051925 pmcid:PMC5644353 dblp:conf/chi/HaldarMKPP17 fatcat:lpmnimkntvei3c3ukynoailw3y

Education and Training: Perceived educational impact, ­challenges and opportunities of hospice placements for foundation year doctors: a qualitative study

Sarah Frearson
2019 Future Hospital Journal  
This study used an interpretivist approach to explore educational opportunities and challenges in hospice placements from an F1's perspective.  ...  Although hospice placements can provide good experiential learning for junior doctors, no studies to date have included F1s.  ...  skills were mentioned by all participants as their predominant learning need; Dr F: Talking to patients… I was terrified about, I remember thinking 'These people are dying; I have to talk to them.'  ... 
doi:10.7861/futurehosp.6-1-56 pmid:31098588 pmcid:PMC6520090 fatcat:ls3ktjhhdrgfxfnpyn5w6tleqi

Managing Medical Errors in a University Hospital: How to Handle the Internal Learning–External Protection Paradox?

Julien Cusin, Anne Goujon-Belghit
2022 M@n@gement  
In this qualitative research, we use paradox theory in the case of a single university hospital to understand how a hospital confronted with medical errors can effectively manage the internal learning–external  ...  We demonstrate how the interactions between different levels of analysis contribute to operationalizing paradox management in a dynamic and characteristic way, on the one hand, and what makes it effective  ...  In this way, the hospital seeks to control what is said (or not) to patients. This is what we choose to call here 'emotional separation'.  ... 
doi:10.37725/mgmt.v25.4558 fatcat:3d2ev4sxvbh2ldtc2cnjfthooa

Group Reading in Mental Hospitals

John Walker Powell
1950 Psychiatry  
The student of analysis should be sufficiently realistic in his approach to life to insist on knowing such facts as these about what lies ahead of him.  ...  To the out-patient graduate of a mental hospital, such groups offer, in addition to their in- herent values, obvious supports in bridg- ' ing the re-approach to social living.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00332747.1950.11022775 pmid:15430506 fatcat:swfcvt5kt5g5rlczjxewithmzq

Guy's Hospital Reports

C Hilton Fagge, Arthur E. Durham
1872 American Journal of the Medical Sciences  
He also expresses the opinion that the chances of recovery for an hysterical patient are greater in a hospital than in private practice, where she is often surrounded by sympathizing, but injudicious friends  ...  -From this paper we learn that the whole number of patients treated at Guy's Hospital during the year 1870 was 81,771, of whom 5123 were under treatment in the wards of the hospital, and 76,648 came under  ... 
doi:10.1097/00000441-187207000-00018 fatcat:7ltuwiidxvgl7lkhdeqsaqlbra

Quality Improvement in Hospitals: Identifying and Understanding Behaviors

Lukasz Mazur, John McCreery, Shi-Jie Chen
2012 Journal of Healthcare Engineering  
This begins to fill the gap in the knowledge about what factors drive effective improvement efforts in hospital settings. . decade, progress toward reliable and safe healthcare delivery systems in hospitals  ...  Accordingly, there is a need for more empirical research to gain a deeper understanding of caregiver improvement behaviors.  ...  Marianne Jackson for her valuable insights, and Akshay Venkitasubramanian for his help with literature review.  ... 
doi:10.1260/2040-2295.3.4.621 fatcat:tmjuhc66ljgvre3lj352sckvta

THE PROBLEM OF THE SUPPLY OF PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORKERS FOR STATE HOSPITALS

June F. Lyday, Maida H. Solomon
1928 American Journal of Psychiatry  
May we feel that whenever, as in the patient under consideration, the psychotic content is merely the pathological expansion and out- growth of an understandable life situation which for a time at least  ...  A second point of some sig- nificance, lies in the fact that just preceding the psychosis the patient had been fascinated by a series of detective stories dealing with highly bizarre and fantastic material  ... 
doi:10.1176/ajp.84.4.629 fatcat:26o364z5obhq3fbe7gk6yyfrvy

People Management in Hospitals: Where Doctors and HR Do (Not?) Meet

Myra van den Goor, Tanya Bondarouk, Anna Bos-Nehles
2022 Health (Irvine, Calif.)  
Methods: Drawing on HR and healthcare literature, we analysed in-depth interviews with 28 physicians and 7 HR professionals and hospital management representatives, following the grounded theory approach  ...  Results: Our findings demonstrate physicians perceive high performance as a balance between quality of medical care and patient satisfaction and dedication and collaboration are indicated vital dimensions  ...  I think it's about a human need to be seen and to be acknowledged in your sorrow or anger as a patient and, as a doctor, to be able to show that it gets to you as well when things go wrong.  ... 
doi:10.4236/health.2022.146046 fatcat:kkkoaowtuvbljjrtwnwhzxokuu

Empowering counseling--a case study: nurse-patient encounter in a hospital

T. Kettunen
2001 Health Education Research  
This article focuses on health counseling in a hospital and transcribed verbatim.  ...  We suggest that nurses which means that patients become aware of should pay attention to verbal expression and changes in their knowledge and understanding, forms of language.  ...  We are sincerely grateful to all that participated in this study. features and patients' taciturnity are manifested in nurse-patient counseling. In addition, we will  ... 
doi:10.1093/her/16.2.227 pmid:11345664 fatcat:44uipk6h75dyxjed4iogm4flwi

DEPRESSIKA: An Early Risk of Depression Detection through Opinions

Abhusan Chataut, Jyotir Moy Chatterjee, Rabi Shankar Rouniyar
2020 Oriental journal of computer science and technology  
Deep learning is a very dynamic area in Sentiment Classification.  ...  Depressika: Early Risk of Depression Detection with opinions is a web application which detects the early risk of depression from the social media posts created by the users with appropriate Recurrent  ...  Acknowledgement The authors acknowledge Lord Buddha Education Foundation (Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation) for providing us the opportunity to work in this research.  ... 
doi:10.13005/ojcst13.01.03 fatcat:ee7vzcn5qnatlghuxgij2tk7ti

Contributions of clinical psychology to Military neuropsychiatry in an army psychiatric hospital

Jules D. Holzberg, Arthur Teicher, Joseph L. Taylor
1947 Journal of Clinical Psychology  
The primary purpose of these opinion polls was to glean a picture of how patients felt re- garding things happening to and about them which could be of assistance to the hospital administration in planning  ...  The only re- sponses in any way unusual are the following: “I am very . . . sensitive about certain subjects.” “I cannot understand what makes me . . . get into a jam like this.”  ... 
doi:10.1002/1097-4679(194701)3:1<84::aid-jclp2270030115>3.0.co;2-j pmid:20288914 fatcat:zv6p5kyaqjcnbl5si74oqefpbi

The Hospital. Nursing Section

1905 The Hospital  
Perhaps a description of some of the things I saw would be useful to district nurses and midwives. Pirst, then, I saw a bag made of waterproof cloth. Inside a  ...  She Nurses come and nurses go, but their wants seem not only to go on for ever, but to increase as they "go. This occurred to We other day when I was looking at the up-to-date appliances at Messrs.  ...  A few of the largest hospitals give a proportion of their nursing staff opportunities to learn the treatment of patients in their electrical departments, but I think it is fairly safe to say that the majority  ... 
pmid:29811420 pmcid:PMC5188561 fatcat:e3mg65juwbbl5hofqwf4cur3pa

Using patient experience data to develop a patient experience toolkit to improve hospital care: a mixed-methods study

Laura Sheard, Claire Marsh, Thomas Mills, Rosemary Peacock, Joseph Langley, Rebecca Partridge, Ian Gwilt, Rebecca Lawton
2019 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Objective To understand and enhance how hospital staff learn from and act on patient experience (PE) feedback in order to co-design, test, refine and evaluate a Patient Experience Toolkit (PET).  ...  Patients are increasingly being asked to provide feedback about their experience of health-care services.  ...  This developed into an opportunity for researchers encountering similar issues to get together in person twice a year but also to offer support to each other via e-mail and over the telephone.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr07360 fatcat:7dndkw27yfhwtcrdgntl7f66qq

A staff training intervention to improve communication between people living with dementia and health-care professionals in hospital: the VOICE mixed-methods development and evaluation study

Rowan H Harwood, Rebecca O'Brien, Sarah E Goldberg, Rebecca Allwood, Alison Pilnick, Suzanne Beeke, Louise Thomson, Megan Murray, Ruth Parry, Fiona Kearney, Bryn Baxendale, Kate Sartain (+1 others)
2018 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Twenty-five per cent of hospital beds are occupied by a person living with dementia. Dementia affects expressive communication and understanding.  ...  We designed a communication skills training course using coproduction and multiple pedagogic approaches. We ran a pilot, followed by six courses for health-care professionals.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank patients, family members and carers, and healthcare professional staff who agreed to be videoed, and staff and managers who took part in the communication skills training courses  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr06410 fatcat:tmfimacbgfb2rc4vxvnhvmicdq

A Christmas Carol in a Minor Key: The Gospel of Selfishness-The Thread Is Broken-A Chance Step-Among the Toys-A Plea for the Dolls-Best of All-Sick Children-Fact versus Fancy-Why One Avoids the Hospitals-At a Children's Hospital-The Crown of All-In the East-Music and Dancing-Fun for All-A Change of Temper-Here and There and Everywhere-What Would the Subscribers Say?-A Plea for Amusement-The Philosophy of Christmas-Where the Money Comes From-Accomplished Nurses-The Fascination of Hospitals-Are Hospitals Extr ...

1888 The Hospital  
What have you seen in our hospitals ?  ...  " Which was the preservation in life of the sickly and infirm by means of hospitals, I think. Of course, you believe in the survival of the fittest?that's what you are going on, no doubt.  ... 
pmid:29813991 pmcid:PMC5196716 fatcat:mpnrecoa5vgknpp3appuzxqpay
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