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  • Collaborative Network to Take Responsibility for oral AntiCancer Therapy (CONTACT): Study-protocol investigating the impact of a care pathway. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Adv Nurs 2019 Jul 16
  • Kinnaer LM, Decoene E, … Foulon V
  • CONCLUSIONS: Due to the growing number of patients taking oral anticancer drugs, there is need for a rigorous study that aims to optimize self-management in patients and self-management support provided by an interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals (including oncology nurses and clinical nurse specialists). The care pathway should therefore consist of effective self-management supporting interventions and should clearly define the role of all stakeholders.This study attempts to obtain standardization, uniformity and continuity of self-management support provided by healthcare professionals to patients on oral anticancer drugs with the aim to achieve an adequate level of self-management.
  • Mapping the care transition from hospital to skilled nursing facility. [Journal Article]
  • JEJ Eval Clin Pract 2019 Jul 16
  • Campbell Britton M, Petersen-Pickett J, … Chaudhry SI
  • CONCLUSIONS: Process mapping highlighted specific opportunities for improving communication between care teams. Participants advocated for earlier assessments of patients' functional status and support systems, including reliable at-home services. They also reasoned that improved communication would help patients and providers reach decisions together, coordinate work efforts, and better prepare for hospital discharge and SNF admission. This information can be used to improve patient care transitions between hospitals and SNFs.
  • If I was more informed about what exactly they do: perceptions of Botswana district hospital healthcare providers about World Spine Care. [Journal Article]
  • CMChiropr Man Therap 2019; 27:28
  • Chihambakwe M, O'Connor L, … Hondras MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: MDH healthcare providers had adequate general knowledge about World Spine Care and spinal-related disorders, but did not understand the WSC scope of practice nor referral pathways to and from providers. Participants advocated for greater collaboration between WSC and hospital staff to increase acceptance and integration to deliver spine care services and foster wider adoption of the WSC model, particularly if WSC expands services across Botswana. Future efforts that incorporate interviews with patients and government officials also can provide valuable perspectives to achieve sustainable, integrated, evidence-based spine care.
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