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E Snowball, R Fernandez Loughlin, H Eagleson… - Research Involvement and …, 2022

The objective of this paper is to describe the activities, challenges and mitigation

strategies, lessons learned and reflections on the importance of engagement from

the first year of the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA) …



M Sund, K Jaeger Fjetland, H Hanisch - Scandinavian Journal of Occupational …, 2022

Background Humans are occupational beings. Our occupational choices depend on

the opportunities available to us, and within nursing homes, institutional rules or

structures may limit occupational engagement. An everyday citizenship lens …



KS McGilton, A Krassikova, A Wills, V Durante, L Yeung… - Journal of Applied …, 2022

Objectives New models for the workforce are required in long-term care (LTC)

homes, as was made evident during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

pandemic. Nurse Practitioner (NP)-led models of care represent an effective solution …



HMF Verstraeten, C Ziylan, DL Gerritsen, R Huijsman… - JMIR Research Protocols, 2022

Background Neuropsychiatric symptoms occur frequently in many nursing home

residents with dementia. Despite the availability of multidisciplinary guidelines,

neuropsychiatric symptoms are often inadequately managed. Three proven effective …



T Takahashi, S Ekoyama, H Tachikawa, H Midorikawa… - Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive …

Introduction: There have been numerous reports of cluster outbreaks of coronavirus

disease 2019 (COVID-19) in hospitals and nursing homes. Healthcare workers

fighting COVID-19 experience mental health issues. Caregivers in nursing homes …



Z Ye, H Temkin‐Greener, DB Mukamel, Y Li… - Journal of the American Geriatrics …

Background Risk factors common to nursing home (NH) residents are potentially not

fully captured by the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program (HRRP). The

unique challenges faced by hospitals that disproportionately serve NH residents who …



T Fulmer, A Bonner, S Chandra, T Le - AJN The American Journal of Nursing, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic revealed the best and the worst aspects of nursing homes.

The media described feats of heroism as staff put their lives at risk to care for

residents, but there were also portrayals of nursing homes as “death traps” and a …