prof. dr. B.K.G. (Berno) van Meijel (Lector); Renate Verkaik; Miel Ribbe; Peter Spreeuwenberg; Anneke Francke; Josien Bensing
We thank the authors Hayden and Glenn for commenting on our paper ‘The introduction of a nursing guideline on depression at psychogeriatric nursing home wards: Effects on Certified Nurse Assistants’, which was published in the International Journal of Nursing Studies (Verkaik et al., 2011). In our paper …
Paans, Wolter; Sermeus, Walter; Nieweg, Roos; van der Schans, Cees
AIM: This paper is a report of a study conducted to describe the accuracy of nursing documentation in patient records in hospitals. Background. Accurate nursing documentation enables nurses to systematically review the nursing process and to evaluate the quality of care. Assessing nurses' reports in …
Josien Bensing; prof. dr. B.K.G. (Berno) van Meijel (Lector); Jessika Ouwerkerk; Miel Ribbe; Renate Verkaik; Anneke Francke
Successfully introducing care innovations depends on the type of care setting, the intervention and specific circumstances. In this study the factors influencing the introduction of an evidence based nursing guideline on depression in psychogeriatric nursing home residents were studied.
Theo van Achterberg (Lector); Joke Mintjes (Lector); G. Holleman; E. Poot
Implementation of innovations is a complex and intensive procedure in which different strategies can be successful. In nursing, strategies often focus on intrinsic motivation, competencies and attitudes of individual nurses while ignoring the social context. Since nurses often work in teams, identifying …
Thóra Hafsteinsdóttir; Angeli van der Zwaag; Marieke J. Schuurmans
Although nursing has been an academic discipline for decades, the infrastructure for nursing research in many countries is still fragile and struggling. Postdoctoral nurses have difficulties developing sustaining careers in nursing research due to lack of career opportunities. Considerable research has …
Marianne E. Klinke; Thóra Hafsteinsdóttir; Haukur Hjaltason; Helga Jónsdóttir
A systematic review of interdisciplinary literature, to identify rehabilitation interventions that can be integrated into ward-based nursing for patients with hemispatial neglect following stroke in the right brain hemisphere.
Purpose The aim of this study was to determine how the use of diagnostic resources influences nurses' communication during admission interviews. Methods A randomized controlled trial was performed. Actors simulated patients based on case studies. We analyzed transcriptions of 60 interviews and video …
Dr. S.M. van Hooft (Lid Lectoraat); Dr. J. Dwarswaard (Lid Lectoraat); Dr. S. Jedeloo; R.A. Bal; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector)
Self-management support is a major task of nurses in chronic care. Several conceptualizations on what self-management support encompasses are described in the literature. However, nurses' attitudes and perceptions related to self-management support are not known.
Dr. S.M. van Hooft (Lid Lectoraat); Dr. J. Dwarswaard; R. Bal; M.M. Strating; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector)
A major challenge for nurses in hospital care is supporting chronically ill patients in selfmanaging
their chronic condition. Self-management support requires a broad range of competencies and
is often regarded as difficult to implement in daily practice. So far, we have no insight in nurses’ behavior
van den Beemt, Annette; Mobach, Mark P.; Alexander, K.
One of the areas that is included in facility management is relocation and move management. This exploratory research focuses on the relocation of nursing home residents and the influence on their wellbeing. As other organizations, nursing homes do change over time. Such changes may include reorganizations, …
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