Browsing Faculty of Medicine by Subject "nursing homes"
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Better health-related quality of life (Mental component summary), having a higher level of education, and being less than 75 years of age are predictors of hospital admission among cognitively intact nursing home residents: A 5-year follow-up study (Dove Press, 2016-03-07)Objective: To study whether health-related quality of life (HRQOL), activities of daily living (ADL), and anxiety and depression symptoms affect the risk of hospital admission and potential interactions with having a cancer ...Journal article
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)Objective. To explore the experiences and clinical challenges that nurses and nursing assistants face when providing high-quality diabetes-specific management and care for elderly people with diabetes in primary care ...Journal article
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)Objective. To examine drug treatment in nursing home patients at the end of life, and identify predictors of palliative drug therapy. Design. A historical cohort study. Setting. Three urban nursing homes in Norway. Subjects. ...Journal article
Nothing to complain about? : residents’ and relatives’ viewson a "good life" and ethical challenges in nursing homes (Sage, 2014)Background: Nursing home residents are a vulnerable population. Most of them suffer from multimorbidity, while many have cognitive impairment or dementia and need care around the clock. Several ethical challenges in ...Journal article