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Mobile geriatric team for older people: A qualitative descriptive study of relatives' views on what creates senses of security and quality of care

Background: Multimorbidity tends to increase with age. Providing care that is individualized and that focuses on the whole person rather than on separate health issues is a challenge for healthcare, due to a lack of coordination and information exchange. In the future, relatives will need to take even more responsibility for their next of kin. Objectives: The aim of this study was to explore relatives' views of aspects that create a sense of security and feelings of quality of care related to acute mobile geriatric care for older people in their own homes.

Wed, 06/08/2022 - 16:51

Cancer patients' experiences of realization of relatives' participation in hospital care: a qualitative interview study

Background: Relatives' participation in the care of patients with cancer in hospital is essential to both patients and relatives. Although the meaning of relatives' participation has been recognized, knowledge about how patients experience this participation is rare. Aims: To describe the experiences of patients with cancer of the realization of relatives' participation in the hospital care. Materials & Methods: A qualitative study with semi‚Äźstructured interviews of patients with cancer (n=21) were conducted.

Mon, 01/17/2022 - 18:52

Pathological narcissism: A study of burden on partners and family

Pathological narcissism is characterized by impaired interpersonal functioning, but few studies have examined the impact of the disorder on those living in a close relationship. Participants (N = 683; comprising romantic partners [77.8%], mothers [8.5%] or other family members [10%]) in a close relationship with a relative with pathological narcissism completed measures assessing levels of grief, burden, mental health, and coping style.

Tue, 04/06/2021 - 12:16