Tag Archives: Hermeneutics

The Subjective Impact of Cognitive Impairment Upon People with Parkinson’s Disease (Parkinson’s Disease)

Summary Qualitative research which explores the subjective impact of cognitive impairment on people with Parkinson’s Disease and their carers / families. Full Text Link Reference Lawson, RA. Collerton, D. [and] Taylor, JP. [et al] (2018). Coping with cognitive impairment in … Continue reading

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Lifeworld Perspectives on the Experience of Living Close to a Person With Dementia (Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy / BBC News)

Summary The following article explores the lifeworlds (i.e. the subjective experiences, stresses and adaptive coping strategies) of spouses after their partners have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. Full Text Link Reference Bergman, M. Graff, C. Eriksdotter, M. [et al] (2016). … Continue reading

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Exploring the Morality and Efficacy of White Lies and Deception in Dementia Care (MHF)

Summary The Mental Health Foundation (MHF)’s “Dementia: what is truth?” report explores strategies for handling the different realities and beliefs held by persons with dementia. It concludes, perhaps realistically, that judicious use of non-truths and half-truths may be justified if … Continue reading

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Qualitative Research Into Spiritual Care for Persons With Dementia in Nursing Homes (BMC Nursing)

Summary Nurses’ and care workers’ experiences in the provision of spiritual care for people with dementia living in Norwegian nursing homes were explored, based on interviews following a phenomenological-hermeneutic approach to analysis. Participants were unsure about spiritual care in many … Continue reading

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Long-Term Conditions: Ethnographic Approach Explores Patients’ Support Networks, Social Relationships and Coordination in Care Planning (NHS England / Ipsos MORI / NHS IQ)

Summary A recent opinion survey, conducted by the Ipsos Ethnography Centre of Excellence (ECE) on behalf of NHS Improving Quality’s Long Term Conditions Improvement Programme, shows that older people living with multiple long-term conditions are generally happy with NHS services … Continue reading

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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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