马克·艾伦集团
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作者:Adam Bernstein
来源:[J].Nursing And Residential Care, 2020, Vol.22 (6), pp.1-3
摘要:During the COVID-19 crisis, homes are at risk of being unable to care for residents while also having obligations toward their staff. In this special feature, Adam Bernstein examines two key issues for homes and finds advice on how to mitigate the impact of coronavirus
作者:Helena Frankova
来源:[J].Nursing And Residential Care, 2020, Vol.22 (6), pp.1-3
摘要:The coronavirus pandemic has put a halt to the Care Quality Commission's final report on restraint and its updated registration guidance for people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions. What does this mean for these groups, and what should carers do in ...
作者:Beth Britton
来源:[J].Nursing And Residential Care, 2020, Vol.22 (6), pp.1-3
摘要:The way people with dementia perceive themselves is an often overlooked aspect of their self-perception and experience. Beth Britton explores this complex issue and the ways in which those with dementia and their carers can manage the impact of a transformed self-image
作者:Adrian Ashurst
来源:[J].Nursing And Residential Care, 2020, Vol.22 (6), pp.1-3
摘要:Now, more than ever, establishing a good partnership between a home and healthcare service providers is incredibly important. Adrian Ashurst discusses relationship-building strategies and what to do should a health professional need to visit residents during the pandemic
作者:Karen Harrison Dening
来源:[J].Nursing And Residential Care, 2020, Vol.22 (6), pp.1-5
摘要:Pain is common among older people due to the increased prevalence of age-related conditions. However, this might be misidentified and poorly managed in those with dementia. Karen Harrison Dening presents effective diagnostic and treatment strategies

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