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The perspectives of bereaved relatives and clinicians about sedation in end of life care: insights from qualitative case studies
Background There are few studies which compare the experiences of clinical staff and bereaved relatives about sedation use in end of life care. Aim To report aspects of the UNBIASED study (UK, Netherlands and Belgium ...
Work restrictions experienced by midlife family care-givers of older people: Evidence from six European countries
(Cambridge University Press, 2012)
Coming out in cancer care: Is disclosure of sexual orientation beneficial?
(Cancer Nursing Practice, 2018-11-08)
Nurses and other health professionals are to ask about sexual orientation at every face-to-face contact across the NHS from 2019. However, there are concerns about the need for, and relevance of, sexual orientation disclosure ...
From sedation to continuous sedation until death: How has the conceptual basis of sedation in end-of-life care changed over time?
(U.S. Cancer Pain Relief Committee, 2013)
Selecting absorbent continence pads for people with dementia
(EMAP Publishing, 2018-04-30)
Incontinence is a common problem in people with dementia and can be due to a complex combination of physical and functional issues. This article reports on a product evaluation of pant-style continence pads, which found ...
Coming 'Home": Place Bonding for parents accessing or considering hospice based care
(Health and Place, 2019-04-22)
Little literature examines the cognitive journey taken by parents considering/receiving hospice care for their child. A constructivist grounded theory study explored 38 parents’ views of considering/using a children’s ...
An exploration of the experience of using the TENA Pants product compared to usual continence products as perceived by carers of people with dementia in care homes
(ESSITY UK Ltd, 2018)
Abstract: Incontinence is a common symptom experienced by many older people with dementia, with an increased prevalence noted in care home settings when compared to community dwellings. Incontinence may often be a reason ...
Building and sustaining work engagement – a participatory action intervention to increase work engagement in nursing staff
This study evaluated whether a participatory action research intervention with nursing staff on acute care older people National Health Service wards in the United Kingdom was effective for increasing work engagement. ...