Tag Archives: Care Triad: Patient-Staff-Family/Carer

Exploring Applications of the Appreciative Inquiry Methodology (JCN / Open Nursing Journal / BMC Nursing / Dementia)

Summary Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a qualitative research methodology which has roots in action research, organisational learning and organisational culture change. Articles have been published recently which incorporate appreciative inquiry in their approach to various healthcare topics of interest. Exploring … Continue reading

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Triangle of Care Approach (Nursing Times)

Summary The Triangle of Care guide, outlining how to improve the care for dementia sufferers by involving carers, has been discussed in Parliament. Full Text Link (Note: This article may require a suitable Athens password, a journal subscription or payment for … Continue reading

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Breaking the Cycle of Discontent: How Family Carers of People with Dementia Become Dissatisfied with General Hospital Care (BMC Geriatrics)

Summary Family carers deserve to be engaged by hospital staff, so that they are able to give and receive information about a relative with dementia. They should be offered suitable opportunities to participate and have their say in hospital care. … Continue reading

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