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Russell, David

Family Caregivers' Conceptions of Trust in Home Health Care Providers

Background: Trust is important to family caregivers of older adults receiving home health care (HHC). Caregivers rely extensively on nurses, home health aides, and other providers to manage complex care tasks. Objective: The current study examined how family caregivers conceive of trust in HHC providers. Methods: Directed content analysis methods were applied to 40 qualitative interviews conducted with caregivers of HHC patients aged ≥65 years.

Wed, 05/25/2022 - 11:54

Caregivers' Experiences Regarding Training and Support in the Post-Acute Home Health-Care Setting

Background: Post-acute home health-care (HHC) services provide a unique opportunity to train and support family caregivers of older adults returning home after a hospitalization.

Mon, 11/23/2020 - 12:49

Building trust and facilitating goals of care conversations: A qualitative study in people with heart failure receiving home hospice care

Background: Despite a majority of persons receiving hospice care in their homes, there are gaps in understanding how to facilitate goals of care conversations between persons with heart failure and healthcare providers. Aim: To identify barriers and facilitators which shape goals of care conversations for persons with heart failure in the context of home hospice. Design: A qualitative descriptive study design was used with semi-structured interviews.

Mon, 11/23/2020 - 11:10