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Effects of person-centered care approaches to dementia care on staff: A systematic review



Findings
  • #ResourceNotFound: OAPLabels, EvidenceSummary#
  • Supporting technical documents that are health systems-relevant
    Not usually available for this document type
  • Scientific Abstract
Recency, quality and context of the findings
  • Last year literature searched
    2013
  • Year Published
    2014
  • Quality Rating
    7/10 (AMSTAR rating from McMaster Health Forum)
  • Countries in which studies (included in the synthesis) were conducted
    Netherlands (3); USA (2); Australia (1); Canada (1)
  • Global/regional focus
    Not yet available
  • Country focus
    Netherlands (3); USA (2); Australia (1); Canada (1)
  • Low - and middle-income country (LMIC) focus
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Additional details about the research
  • Type of document
    Systematic review of effects
  • Type of question
    Effectiveness
  • Focus
    Specific
  • Target
    Individual
    Health system
  • Priority Area
    Not applicable
  • Health system topic(s)
    Delivery arrangements
    By whom care is provided
    Workplace conditions - Provider satisfaction
    Staff - Workload/workflow/intensity
    Implementation strategies
    Provider-targeted strategy
    Educational material
    Educational meeting
    Educational outreach visit
  • Theme
    Optimal aging
  • Domain
    Diseases
    Non-communicable diseases
    Alzheimer and other dementias
    Sectors
    Long-term care
    Providers
    Nurse
    Allied health professional
    Lay/community health worker
Publication details
  • Citation
    Barbosa A, Sousa L, Nolan M, Figueiredo D. Effects of person-centered care approaches to dementia care on staff: A systematic review. American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias. 2014.
  • DOI
    Not yet available

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