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Simone A van Dulmen, Philip J van der Wees, J Bart Staal, J C C Braspenning, Maria W G Nijhuis-van der Sanden
OBJECTIVES: Routine use of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) may provide an effective way of monitoring patient valued outcomes. In this study we explored (1) the current use of PROMs; (2) to what extent the goals correspond with the selected PROMs; (3) the health outcomes based on PROMs. DESIGN: Observational clinical cohort study. SETTING: Dutch primary care physiotherapy practices (n=43). PARTICIPANTS: Patients (n=299) with neck pain or low back pain...
March 2017: Physiotherapy
Philip A Cooke, Mark A Tully, Margaret E Cupples, Andrew E Gilliland, Gerard J Gormley
INTRODUCTION: The paucity of training in physical activity (PA) promotion in UK medical schools is a barrier to health professionals' promotion of PA to their patients. Doctors who are more physically active are more likely to counsel patients in this regard. We used a randomised controlled trial (RCT) to examine the effect of an intervention which engaged students in goal-setting, using pedometer step counts, on their PA behaviour and intentions to promote PA in future practice. METHODS: We invited fourth-year medical students to participate in the study during their four-week placement in primary care...
September 2013: Education for Primary Care
Miharu Nakanishi, Kanae Sawamura, Sayaka Sato, Yutaro Setoya, Nobuo Anzai
Clinical pathways have been defined as an optimal sequencing and timing of interventions by staff for a particular diagnosis or procedure, designed to better utilize resources, maximize quality of care and minimize delays. The aim of the present study was to develop a clinical pathway for long-term inpatients with schizophrenia. A review of clinical records was conducted for 17 patients with schizophrenia who had stayed in one psychiatric hospital for >1 year, and who remained in the community >3 months after hospital discharge...
February 2010: Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences
Jack Brown, Fred Doloresco Iii, Joseph M Mylotte
Medicare stopped reimbursing United States hospitals for several complications or comorbidities developed during hospitalizations effective 1 October 2008. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services selected high-cost or high-frequency events from the National Quality Forum's list of "never events" for inclusion in this reimbursement change. Several of these complications and/or comorbidities are nosocomial infections, a significant proportion of which are not likely to be preventable. Attempts to eliminate these events may have unwanted clinical and economic outcomes, and compliance with coding and billing requirements will have a significant effect on research conducted using administrative databases...
September 1, 2009: Clinical Infectious Diseases: An Official Publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
Iréne Linddahl, Eva Norrby, Anna-Lena Bellner
This study examined the construct validity of the newly developed instrument A Dialogue About Ability Related To Work (DOA). DOA [18] was developed using concepts from the Model of Human Occupation [20] as theoretical framework. The instrument assumes the assessment of work ability by both the client and the occupational therapist, and is followed by a dialogue which is expected to distinguish possible goal-setting for further rehabilitation [18,19]. Twenty-one professionals and 126 clients from three clinics in Sweden participated in the study...
2003: Work: a Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation
I Rosenkvist
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August 20, 1975: Sygeplejersken
J Deal
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November 1977: Nursing Care
M Dellmann
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January 1977: Krankenpflege: Fachzeitschrift des Agnes Karll-Verbandes Für Krankenpflegeberufe
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