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  • Apathy and its impact on carer burden and psychological wellbeing in primary progressive aphasia. [Journal Article]
    J Neurol Sci. 2020 Jun 30; 416:117007.Wong S, Irish M, … Kumfor F
  • CONCLUSIONS: Apathy is much more common than current diagnostic criteria for PPA would suggest, though the severity of apathy is similar across patient groups. Increased awareness and routine assessments of apathy symptoms are needed, together with targeted pharmacological and behavioural interventions. Moreover, as apathy substantially contributes to carer burden in PPA, psychoeducation addressing behavioural symptoms may be beneficial.
  • [Qualitative Study on Survival Stressors of 15 Community-dwelling People with Mental Illness]. [Journal Article]
    Zhongguo Yi Xue Ke Xue Yuan Xue Bao. 2020 Jun 30; 42(3):364-369.Zhao Y, Zou H, … Li Z
  • Objective To understand the survival stress of community-dwelling people with mental disorder. Methods Fifteen cases were selected by purposive sampling and received semi-structured individualized interviews.The data were analyzed by Colaizzi framework and themes were extracted. Results Four themes were extracted:physiological stress due to psychiatric symptoms and side effects of drugs;psycholog…
  • Health specialists' views on the needs for developing a digital gaming solution for paediatric day surgery: A qualitative study. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Nurs. 2020 Jul 02 [Online ahead of print]Rantala A, Pikkarainen M, Pölkki T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Digital gaming solutions could be used to help children and families to be better prepared for upcoming treatments, to support for communication in different languages and to improve children's pain management after operations.Evidence-based information is important to ensure that future digital solutions answer the real needs of the staff and patients. There is a need for families and children's views to be taken into consideration when developing digital gaming solutions in the hospital context.
  • Nurses' Safety in Caring for Tuberculosis Patients at a Teaching Hospital in South West Nigeria. [Journal Article]
    J Environ Public Health. 2020; 2020:3402527.Fadare RI, Akpor OA, … Bello CB
  • CONCLUSIONS: The study suggested that there should be a provision of adequate personal protective equipment; tuberculosis designated wards and provision of periodic training to update the nurses on care of tuberculosis patients. Establishment and execution of hospital policies and practices along with support are equally essential in facilitating a safe workplace for nurses.
  • Patient perspectives on interventional pain management: thematic analysis of a qualitative interview study. [Journal Article]
    BMC Health Serv Res. 2020 Jul 01; 20(1):604.Hambraeus J, Hambraeus KS, Sahlen KG
  • CONCLUSIONS: Many of the themes evolved in relation to the subjects' contact with the healthcare services they received, but when the themes were merged and structured into the model, a cohesive pattern of empowerment appeared. If empowerment is a major factor in the positive effects of interventional pain management, it is important to facilitate and not hinder empowerment.
  • Patient-Centred Care for Patients With Diabetes and HIV at a Public Tertiary Hospital in South Africa: An Ethnographic Study. [Journal Article]
    Int J Health Policy Manag. 2020 May 06 [Online ahead of print]Bosire EN, Mendenhall E, … Goudge J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Health systems could be strengthened by: (i) ensuring appropriate multidisciplinary guidelines for managing comorbidities exist, are known, and available, (ii) strengthening primary healthcare (PHC) clinics by ensuring access to necessary resources that will facilitate successful integration and management of comorbid diabetes and HIV, (iii) training medical practitioners on PCC and structural competence, so as to better understand patients in their sociocultural contexts, and (iv) understanding patient challenges to effective care to improve attendance and adherence.
  • Interprofessional relationships of a patient assistance team in critical care. [Journal Article]
    Rev Bras Enferm. 2020; 73(4):e20190420.Noce LGA, Oliveira TS, … Goulart BF
  • CONCLUSIONS: Teamwork requires effective communication and collaboration, integrated work and appropriate professional training. On the other hand, fragmentation and rigidity at work, poor collaboration/communication and lack of material make teamwork difficult. We emphasize the need to revise the curriculum of health courses, with a view to including and/or improving discussions about teamwork in order to train professionals for a more integrated and perhaps even sympathetic health practice.
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