This database contains 6 abstracts archived under the term: "cooperative behavior"
Objectives: This study sought to explore the effect of the family involvement in care (FIC) intervention on family and staff well-being over a nine-month period in a long-term care (LTC) facility providing dementia care.; Method: A quasi-experimental design with randomised allocation of two LTC sites but not the participants was employed. Family caregivers (n = […]
Background/aims: The prevalence of multiple psychiatric symptoms (MPS) in psychogeriatric patients is about 80%. MPS have negative effects on caregivers; 70-80% of caregivers are moderately to heavily burdened. We tested an integrative psychotherapeutic programme (IRR) focused on MPS as well as caregiver burden. To develop decision rules in indicating IRR, prognostic potentialities of diagnostic and […]
Background: The provision of appropriate medical and nursing care for people with dementia is a major challenge for the healthcare system in Germany. New models of healthcare provision need to be developed, tested and implemented on the population level. Trials in which collaborative care for dementia in the primary care setting were studied have demonstrated […]
Background: Guidelines of Medical Societies aim at supporting the quality of medical care in general, and particularly in private practice. Usually, physicians in private practice are not part of the expert committees of medical societies that author guidelines. Guidelines represent a consensus appraising evidence from clinical studies on efficacy and side effects but also evaluating […]
Objective: The primary objective is to report on the efficacy of an individualized dementia care consultation intervention for family caregivers of patients with diagnosed dementia living in the community. The secondary objective is to present evidence on the intervention process to inform the feasibility and sustainability of the model featuring collaboration between primary care physicians […]
Objectives: To examine educational gradients in dementia care and whether the effect of a dementia collaborative care management intervention varied according to the educational attainment of the informal caregiver.; Design: Analysis of data from a cluster-randomized controlled trial.; Setting: Eighteen clinics in three healthcare organizations in southern California.; Participants: Dyads of Medicare recipients aged 65 […]
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