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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29230428/an-account-from-the-inside-examining-the-emotional-impact-of-qualitative-research-through-the-lens-of-insider-research
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Lori E Ross
The benefits and challenges of insider positionality have been much written about in relation to qualitative research. However, the specific emotional implications of insider research have been little explored. In this manuscript, I aim to bring the literature on insider positionality to the study of emotion in qualitative research through a reflection on my experiences as a "total insider" conducting interviews for a longitudinal qualitative study examining mental health during the transition to parenthood among sexual minority women...
November 2017: Qualitative Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29225589/state-of-the-art-of-interpersonal-physiology-in-psychotherapy-a-systematic-review
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Johann R Kleinbub
Introduction: The fast expanding field of Interpersonal Physiology (IP) focuses on the study of co-ordination or synchronization dynamics between the physiological activities of two, or more, individuals. IP has been associated with various relational features (e.g., empathy, attachment security, rapport, closeness…) that overlap with desirable characteristics of clinical relationships, suggesting that the relevant studies might provide objective, economical, and theory-free techniques to investigate the clinical process...
2017: Frontiers in Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29223007/examining-health-service-utilization-hospital-treatment-cost-and-mortality-of-individuals-with-epilepsy-and-status-epilepticus-in-new-south-wales-australia-2012-2016
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Rebecca J Mitchell, Geoffrey Herkes, Armin Nikpour, Andrew Bleasel, Patti Shih, Sanjyot Vagholkar, Frances Rapport
This study examined the health service utilization and hospital treatment cost of individuals with epilepsy by age group, mortality within 30days, and surgical outcomes for individuals with refractory epilepsy in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. A retrospective examination of linked hospitalization and mortality data for individuals hospitalized with a diagnosis of epilepsy during 2012-2016. Hospitalized incidence rates per 1000 population were calculated, and negative binomial regression was used to examine temporal trends...
December 6, 2017: Epilepsy & Behavior: E&B
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29218964/new-perspectives-on-understanding-cultural-diversity-in-nurse%C3%A2-patient-communication
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Tonia Crawford, Sally Candlin, Peter Roger
Effective communication is essential in developing rapport with patients, and many nursing roles such as patient assessment, education, and counselling consist only of dialogue. With increasing cultural diversity among nurses and patients in Australia, there are growing concerns relating to the potential for miscommunication, as differences in language and culture can cause misunderstandings which can have serious impacts on health outcomes and patient safety (Hamilton & Woodward-Kron, 2010). According to Grant and Luxford (2011)) there is little research into the way health professionals approach working with cultural difference or how this impacts on their everyday practice...
2017: Collegian: Journal of the Royal College of Nursing, Australia
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29218711/defining-quality-of-care-during-childbirth-from-the-perspectives-of-nigerian-and-ugandan-women-a-qualitative-study
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Meghan A Bohren, Musibau A Titiloye, David Kyaddondo, Erin C Hunter, Olufemi T Oladapo, Özge Tunçalp, Josaphat Byamugisha, Akinpelu O Olutayo, Joshua P Vogel, A Metin Gülmezoglu, Bukola Fawole, Kidza Mugerwa
OBJECTIVE: To explore what "quality of care" means to childbearing women in Nigeria and Uganda, as a means of ensuring that women's voices and opinions are prioritized when developing interventions to improve quality in maternity care provision. METHODS: Qualitative methods, with a purposive sample of women in Nigeria and Uganda. Participants were asked to define quality of care and to provide examples of when it was and was not provided. Thematic analysis was used to synthesize findings based on an a priori framework (the WHO quality of care framework)...
December 7, 2017: International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29218022/association-between-unintentional-interpersonal-postural-coordination-produced-by-interpersonal-light-touch-and-the-intensity-of-social-relationship
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Tomoya Ishigaki, Ryota Imai, Shu Morioka
Interpersonal postural coordination (IPC) produced by interpersonal light touch (ILT), whereby time-series variations in the postural sway between two people unintentionally resemble each other, may be a possible social interaction. From a sociopsychological standpoint, close mutual behavioral coordination is recognized as "social glue," which represents the closeness of relationships and contributes to the building of a good rapport. Therefore, we hypothesized that if IPC functions as social glue, then IPC produced by ILT also represents a social relationship...
2017: Frontiers in Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29214135/developing-procedures-to-improve-therapist-child-rapport-in-early-intervention
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Ashley M Lugo, Melissa L King, John C Lamphere, Paige E McArdle
Rapport is a primary component in the development of a therapeutic relationship between health-service professionals and clients. Presession pairing is a procedure often recommended in behavior analytic practice to build rapport with clients. However, many service providers may not exhibit presession pairing skills correctly or at a sufficient rate. The current study aimed to operationally define therapist behaviors that are indicative of presession pairing and to train direct care staff to implement said skills...
December 2017: Behavior Analysis in Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29210472/hospital-pharmacists-and-patients-views-about-what-constitutes-effective-communication-between-pharmacists-and-patients
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Bernadette A M Chevalier, Bernadette M Watson, Michael A Barras, William N Cottrell
OBJECTIVES: The study's objective was to explore hospital pharmacists' and patients' views about what constitutes effective communication exchanges between pharmacists and patients. METHODS: This was a novel theory-based qualitative study using semi-structured interviews to elicit patients' and pharmacists' perspectives. Pharmacists providing clinical pharmacy services in either inpatient or outpatient settings were recruited first. Eligible patients had been admitted to a study pharmacist's practice area and were prescribed three or more medications to manage a chronic disease(s)...
December 6, 2017: International Journal of Pharmacy Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29204809/genesurance-counseling-genetic-counselors-roles-and-responsibilities-in-regards-to-genetic-insurance-and-financial-topics
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Shelby Brown, Susan Puumala, Jennifer Leonhard, Megan Bell, Jason Flanagan, Lori Williamson Dean, Quinn Stein
While traditional components of genetic counseling sessions are well recognized, less is known about insurance and financial discussions. This study sought to examine "genesurance counseling" which we defined as: that portion of a genetic counseling session, whether intentional or non-intentional, that is devoted to the topic of costs and insurance/third party coverage (particularly for genetic testing). Our objective was to assess genetic counselors' practices and perspective related to genesurance counseling...
December 4, 2017: Journal of Genetic Counseling
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29204740/living-with-conduct-problem-youth-family-functioning-and-parental-perceptions-of-their-child
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Ruth Roberts, Eamon McCrory, Helene Joffe, Nicole De Lima, Essi Viding
Parenting children with conduct problems (CP) is challenging, yet very little is known about the impact of the child's behaviour on family functioning or how parents of children with CP perceive their child. The aim of this research was to examine whether families with children with CP and high vs. low levels of callous-unemotional traits (HCU vs. LCU) experience differences in family functioning and parental perceptions. One hundred and one parents/caregivers of boys aged 11-16 [Typically developing (TD) n = 31; CP/HCU n = 35; CP/LCU n = 35] completed the McMaster Family Assessment Device, measuring multiple domains of family functioning...
December 4, 2017: European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29188732/parolee-parole-officer-rapport-does-it-impact-recidivism
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Alyssa W Chamberlain, Matthew Gricius, Danielle M Wallace, Diana Borjas, Vincent M Ware
Parole officers are an integral part of parolees' reentry process and success. Few studies, however, have examined whether the quality of the relationship between parolees and their parole officer influences outcomes such as recidivism. This study assesses how recidivism is affected by the quality of the relationship that parolees have with their parole officers. Using the Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative (SVORI) dataset, we use parolees' perceptions of their relationship with their parole officer to determine whether they have established a positive or negative relationship, and whether these types of relationships differentially affect recidivism...
November 1, 2017: International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29180158/assessment-of-students-ability-to-incorporate-a-computer-into-increasingly-complex-simulated-patient-encounters
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Sarah Ray, Katie Valdovinos
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Pharmacy students should be exposed to and offered opportunities to practice the skill of incorporating a computer into a patient interview in the didactic setting. Faculty sought to improve retention of student ability to incorporate computers into their patient-pharmacist communication. EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY AND SETTING: Students were required to utilize a computer to document clinical information gathered during a simulated patient encounter (SPE)...
January 2017: Currents in Pharmacy Teaching & Learning
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29179765/using-peer-advocates-to-improve-access-to-services-among-hard-to-reach-populations-with-hepatitis-c-a-qualitative-study-of-client-and-provider-relationships
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Jennifer MacLellan, Julian Surey, Ibrahim Abubakar, Helen R Stagg, Jenevieve Mannell
BACKGROUND: Peer support programmes use individuals with specific experiences to improve engagement and outcomes among new clients. However, the skills and techniques used to achieve this engagement have not been mapped. This potentially restricts the development and replication of successful peer advocate models of care. This study explored how a group of peer advocates with experience of homelessness, alcohol and drug misuse made and sustained relationships with their client group. For the purposes of this project, the client group were located among a hepatitis C-positive cohort of people who have a history of injecting drug use and homelessness...
November 28, 2017: Harm Reduction Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29161892/the-speak-up-salon-project-using-hair-stylists-as-lay-health-educators-about-unintended-pregnancy
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Susan Roberts-Dobie, Addie Rasmusson, Mary E Losch
The Speak UP! Salon Project trained 126 hair stylists from 60 salons as lay health educators to increase knowledge about contraceptives and inform clients about financial support for long-acting reversible contraceptives at local family planning clinics. Stylists' informal social support system, combined with the rapport built with clients over time, make them excellent candidates for lay health educator projects. This 3-year salon-based intervention was implemented in nine counties in a Midwestern state. Results from a subsample of participants who completed an online questionnaire (n = 177) indicate that hair stylists are a feasible method to link target populations to health information and to the health care system...
February 1, 2017: Health Promotion Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29154608/a-life-stress-emotional-awareness-and-expression-interview-for-primary-care-patients-with-medically-unexplained-symptoms-a-randomized-controlled-trial
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Maisa S Ziadni, Jennifer N Carty, Heather K Doherty, John H Porcerelli, Lisa J Rapport, Howard Schubiner, Mark A Lumley
OBJECTIVE: Lifetime trauma, relationship adversities, and emotional conflicts are elevated in primary care patients with medically unexplained symptoms (MUS), and these risk factors likely trigger or exacerbate symptoms. Helping patients disclose stressors, increase awareness and expression of inhibited emotions, and link emotions to physical symptoms may improve health. We developed an emotional awareness and expression interview that targets stressful life experiences and conflicts and then tested its effects on primary care patients with MUS...
November 20, 2017: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29135431/intervention-to-improve-medication-management-qualitative-outcomes-from-a-phase-i-randomized-controlled-trial
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Jaclyn K Schwartz, Kimberly A Grogan, Melissa J Mutch, Emily B Nowicki, Elizabeth A Seidel, Stefanie A Woelfel, Roger O Smith
OBJECTIVES: We sought to define an occupational therapy intervention to promote medication management and to evaluate the acceptability and effectiveness of the intervention. METHOD: Nineteen adults with chronic health conditions and poor medication adherence participated in a two-group, blinded, randomized study. They received either an occupational therapy or a standard care intervention. We used a qualitative method to measure participants' changes in medication management through an interview regarding participants' perceptions and behaviors...
November 2017: American Journal of Occupational Therapy: Official Publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29128437/participatory-action-research-opens-doors-mentoring-indigenous-researchers-to-improve-midwifery-in-urban-australia
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Sophie D Hickey, Sarah-Jade Maidment, Kayla M Heinemann, Yvette L Roe, Sue V Kildea
PROBLEM: There is increasing demand for capacity building among the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Indigenous) maternal and infant health workforce to improve health outcomes for mothers and babies; yet few studies describe the steps taken to mentor novice Indigenous researchers to contribute to creating a quality evidence-base in this space. BACKGROUND: The Indigenous Birthing in an Urban Setting study is a partnership project aimed at improving maternity services for Indigenous families in South East Queensland...
November 8, 2017: Women and Birth: Journal of the Australian College of Midwives
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29128295/the-impact-of-peer-mentor-communication-with-older-adults-on-depressive-symptoms-and-working-alliance-a-pilot-study
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Jin Hui Joo, Seungyoung Hwang, Joseph J Gallo, Debra L Roter
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this pilot study was to describe peer communication in meetings with depressed elders, associate their relationship with working alliance and depression and assess congruence of communication with training. METHODS: Three peers with a history of depression, in recovery, received 20h of training in peer mentoring for depression as part of an 8-week pilot program for 23 depressed older adults. Each peer-client meeting was recorded; a sample of 69 recorded meetings were chosen across the program period and coded with the Roter Interaction Analysis System, a validated medical interaction analysis system...
October 20, 2017: Patient Education and Counseling
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29121626/wh%C3%A4-nau-perceptions-and-experiences-of-acute-rheumatic-fever-diagnosis-for-m%C3%A4-ori-in-northland-new-zealand
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Anneka Anderson, Clair Mills, Kyle Eggleton
AIM: In New Zealand, acute rheumatic fever (ARF) remains a significant health problem with persistent ethnic inequities. Māori children 5-15 years of age in Northland have some of the highest ARF rates nationally. This study explored Māori whānau experiences of ARF, including pathways to primary healthcare and barriers and facilitators for diagnosis of ARF. METHODS: The study applied a qualitative kaupapa Māori approach including eight whānau, two individual interviews and participant observations with 36 participants...
November 10, 2017: New Zealand Medical Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29120321/une-sant%C3%A3-mondiale-repens%C3%A3-e-la-perspective-de-futures-chercheuses-praticiennes
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Muriel Mac-Seing, Cielo Perez Osorio, Stella Tine, Charity Oga Omenka, Rolande Chegno Gueutue
 L'étude des conséquences de la mondialisation sur la santé des populations est au coeur de la santé mondiale. Ce faisant, la mondialisation conditionne également la mise en oeuvre des projets de recherche et des interventions en santé mondiale, et les rapports sociaux inégalitaires qui s'y perpétuent. Le présent commentaire propose des réflexions sur des défis épistémologiques et politiques auxquels se confronte la santé mondiale. Celles-ci sont issues d'observations et de discussions pendant et après la Conférence canadienne sur la santé mondiale, tenue en novembre 2015...
November 9, 2017: Canadian Journal of Public Health. Revue Canadienne de Santé Publique
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