2 edition of Geriatric relocation found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jerry H. Borup, Daniel T. Gallego, Pamela G. Heffernan.|
|Contributions||Gallego, Daniel T., Heffernan, Pamela G.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 261 p. :|
|Number of Pages||261|
A Comprehensive Guide to Geriatric Rehabilitation, 3rd Edition "Throughout the book, there is well integrated discussion of the impact of disease on physiological function, physical and cognitive impairment, and limitations of function and social participation. Ethical and cultural considerations are incorporated into these accounts, giving Pages: Despite the extensive literature on the effects of relocation on the aged, most investigators have examined changes following relocation. Very little is known about the cognitions and emotions an older person experiences, or about the meaning of home during the pre-relocation by:
Introduction. Relocation is a stressful life event, and even more so at older age, a period when moving is common. 1 The percentage of relocation in people aged 50 or above has been reported to be between 30 and 50%. 2–5 Although some people might change their residence in early older age after retirement (‘first move’), relocation at older age has been related to decline of physical and Cited by: 7. Ethical Considerations and Challenges in Geriatrics, Author Angela Georgia Catic Isbn File size 2MB Year Pages Language English File format PDF Category Medicine Book Description: This book is designed to present an overview of common geriatrics ethical issues that arise during patient care and research activities. Each chapter includes a case.
Relocation may occur several times during old age. For example, people may move to retirement housing with desirable amenities, to smaller quarters to reduce the burden of property upkeep, to a different community for better weather or to be close to family members, to a relative's home, or to a residential care facility. Geriatric is the normal, semiofficial term used in Britain and the US when referring to the healthcare of old people (a geriatric ward; geriatric patients). When used outside such contexts, however, it typically carries overtones of being worn out and decrepit and can .
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Geriatric relocation Unknown Binding – January 1, by Jerry H Borup (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Jerry H Borup.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Borup, Jerry H. Geriatric relocation. Ogden, Utah: Weber State College Press, (OCoLC) Document Type.
STRATEGIC RELOCATION: North American Guide to Safe Places. In today's bookstores, you can find a fair amount of literature on the "best places" to live. Almost all of these books concentrate upon the positive aspects of life--especially for the retired person: numbers and ratings of golf courses, doctor/patient ratios, warm sunny climates /5(16).
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in Geriatric Care Management Chapter 6: Ethnic and Cultural Considerations in Care Management Chapter 7: Assessing and Supporting Late Life Relocation in Geriatric Care Management Chapter 7: Moving an Elder, or Late-Life Relocation: The Role of the Care Manager Chapter 8: Spiritual Assessment and Support in Geriatric Care Management.
This book explores the meaning of quality of life in care for older persons and introduces the reader to their main concerns when receiving care. Based on qualitative research, it pays particular attention to the needs and requirements of older people, considering their individual family situations, social circumstances, values and lifestyles.
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Relocation of an ill individual is a complex process, which can lead to trauma, referred to as relocation stress: adverse health effects, such as dependency, confusion, anxiety, depression, and Author: Nicholas Castle. Relocation stress syndrome: A comprehensive plan for long-term care admissions: The relocation stress syndrome diagnosis helps nurses identify patients at risk Author links open overlay panel Pamela S.
Manion (a staff nurse) a Marilyn J. Rantz (assistant professor) bCited by: This book is designed to present an overview of common geriatrics ethical issues that arise during patient care and research activities.
Each chapter includes a case example and practical learning pearls that are useful in day-to-day patient care. Coverage includes a brief overview of geriatric.
Geriatric Medicine Clinical Recommendations & Guidelines. Clinical recommendations help family physicians make evidence-based decisions about treatment & prevention of disease.
Since there wasn’t a geriatric section in any of my review books, I basically used my class notes from my second year’s geriatrics course.
Books for Geriatrics. You don’t need a book for this rotation. And if you go to my school, the department will lend you a book: Geriatrics at Your Fingertips.
Geriatrics. * Elsevier is a leading publisher of health science books and journals, helping to advance medicine by delivering superior education, reference information and decision support tools to doctors, nurses, health practitioners and students.
Geriatrics At Your Fingertips® Geriatrics At Your Fingertips® (GAYF) is an annually updated reference that provides quick, easy access to the specific information clinicians need to make decisions about the care of older adults.
Relocation of the Frail Elderly taken into account as sources of influence on observed positive and negative changes subsequent to relocation. Since relocation involves the change from one environmental setting to another, the influence of environment qua environment must be by: inpatient geriatric services, and the geriatric education of nurses.
To that extent he has developed a curriculum for practicing nurses and has given several courses at Beijing Hospital No. 1 and Fudan University School of Nursing in Shanghai. Bludeau is the Executive Medical Director, Geriatrics File Size: 90KB.
The National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) is the leading membership organization for Senior Move Managers and, as such, is the best place for you to find one. NASMM is recognized for its innovative programs and expertise related to senior move management, transition and relocation issues affecting older adults.
The geriatric assessment is a multidimensional, multidisciplinary assessment designed to evaluate an older person’s functional ability, physical health, cognition and mental health, and Cited by: Haddad L: lntra-institutional relocation: Measured impact upon geriatric patients.
J Am Geriatr Soc ; Mirotznik J, Ruskin A: lntra-institutional relocation and its effects on Cited by:. Brand and Smith used a control group to study the effects of involuntary relocation.4 The outcomes show decreased life satisfaction and a decrease in the activity level among the relocated by: Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation (GOS) is an online, open access, peer-reviewed journal that provides clinical information concerning the broad range of musculoskeletal disorders affecting the aging focuses on care of geriatric orthopaedic patients and their subsequent rehabilitation.
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