Josephine Rose Orejana Tan; Petra Boersma (Lid Lectoraat); Teake P. Ettema; Caroline H. M. Planting; Soraya Clark; Robbert Gobbens (Lector); Rose‑Marie Dröes
Background Although family photos are often used in the psychosocial care for people with dementia, little is known about the use and efectiveness of generic photos. This systematic literature review explored psychosocial
interventions using generic photos for people with dementia, and the …
Venema, Simon; Dirkzwager, Anja; Haan, Marieke; Nieuwbeerta, Paul; Blaauw, Eric (Addiction Sciences And Forensic Care); Veenstra, René
Little is known about the link between fatherhood and reoffending among people released from prison. This study examined the association between fatherhood, residential status, and registered reconviction rates using data from a Dutch pre-trial prison cohort sample (N = 845, 42.5% fathers). The results …
D.M. van Namen; V. Knapen; A.L. van Staa; H. de Vries; S.R. Hilberink; G.E. Nagelhout
To explore the impact of having relatives with addiction problems on students’ health, substance use, social life, and cognitive functioning, and to establish possible contributions of the participants’ gender, type of relationship, and type of addiction of the relative(s).
A qualitative, …
F.E. Witkamp; A.N. Mouris; E.A. Littel-Baetens; M. Hallersleben; S. Groen; A. Poutsma
Participation of residents and their families in long-term care facilities does not come naturally. Nurses often do not see promoting it as their task. We hypothesised that participation of a resident and his family, and meaningful caring relationships are interrelated.
AIM: This study aimed to examine the extent, range and variety of research in Europe describing healthcare interventions for older people with dementia (PwD) and family caregivers. METHODS: This was a scoping review and followed the PRISMA Scoping Review guideline. MEDLINE, CINAHL and Cochrane library …
Woldring, Josien M (Family Care); Gans, Rijk O B; Paans, Wolter (Nursing Diagnostics); Luttik, Marie Louise (Family Care)
BACKGROUND: Families are introduced as new partners in interprofessional communication and collaboration during hospitalisation of an adult patient. Their introduction into the healthcare team has consequences for the roles and responsibilities of all healthcare professionals. Role clarification is thus …
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