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Staff training in assisted living: evaluating treatment fidelity

...Objectives: To investigate a protocol for identifying and evaluating treatment fidelity in Staff Training in Assisted-living Residences (STAR), a structured but flexible program to train direct care staff to...

Implementing national guidelines for person-centered care of people with dementia in residential aged care: Effects on perceived person-centeredness, staff strain, and stress of conscience

...explore intervention effects on person-centeredness of care and the environment (primary endpoints), and on staff strain and stress of conscience (secondary endpoints). Results: The intervention resulted in significantly higher scores...

Coming to grips with challenging behaviour: A cluster randomised controlled trial on the effects of a new care programme for challenging behaviour on burnout, job satisfaction and job demands of care staff on dementia special care units

...care staff. A care programme for the challenging behaviour of nursing home residents with dementia might, next to diminishing the challenging behaviour of residents, improve job satisfaction and reduce the...

Effects of dementia-care mapping on residents and staff of care homes: a pragmatic cluster-randomised controlled trial

...staff stress and job satisfaction. The nursing staff made all measurements at baseline and two follow-ups at 4-month intervals. We used linear mixed-effect models to test treatment and time effects.;...

A cluster-randomised trial of staff education to improve the quality of life of people with dementia living in residential care: the DIRECT study

...area of Perth, Western Australia. 351 care facility residents aged 65 years and older with Mini-Mental State Examination ≤ 24, their GPs and facility staff participated. Flexible education designed to...

Effects of a restraint minimization program on staff knowledge, attitudes, and practice: a cluster randomized trial

...Objectives: To evaluate the effects of a restraint minimization education program on staff knowledge and attitudes and use of physical restraints.; Design: Cluster-randomized controlled trial with nursing units as...

Successful ingredients in the SMILE study: Resident, staff, and management factors influence the effects of humor therapy in residential aged care

...9–12 weekly humor therapy 2-hour sessions, augmented by trained staff, called “LaughterBosses.” Outcome measures were as follows: Cornell Scale for Depression in Dementia, Cohen-Mansfield Agitation Inventory, Neuropsychiatric Inventory, the withdrawal...

Effectiveness of a structured education reminiscence-based programme for staff on the quality of life of residents with dementia in long-stay units: a study protocol for a cluster randomised trial

...incorporating REminiscence for Staff study will evaluate the effectiveness of a structured reminiscence-based education programme for care staff on the quality of life of residents with dementia in long-stay units.;...

Nursing home care for people with dementia and residents’ quality of life, quality of care and staff well-being: design of the Living Arrangements for people with Dementia (LAD)-study

...Background: There is limited information available on how characteristics of the organization of nursing home care and especially group living home care and staff ratio contribute to care staff...

Development and evaluation of an educational intervention for general practitioners and staff caring for people with dementia living in residential facilities

...Background: Despite high levels of participation in dementia education, general practitioners (GPs) and residential care facility (RCF) staff report perceived learning needs. Small group education, which is flexible, individualized,...

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