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Williams, J.

Exploring The Experiences Of Stroke Survivors, Informal Caregivers And Healthcare Providers In Sierra Leone: A Qualitative Study Protocol

Background: Stroke is now the second leading cause of adult death in Sub-Saharan Africa. Developed in dialogue with stroke survivors and caregivers in Sierra Leone, this will be the first study to explore the experience of stroke as well as the perceptions of the barriers and facilitators to accessing stroke care among stroke survivors, informal caregivers and healthcare providers. Findings will inform future stroke research and care in Sierra Leone.

Thu, 09/01/2022 - 12:54

Health literacy and health communication training for underserved patients and informal family caregivers

Communication training effectiveness for health care providers has been well documented, however patient and caregiver training may present a prime opportunity to mitigate communication challenges that provider-only training cannot. The aim of this study is to describe the multi-step process of adapting a national, provider, health communication training program (COMFORT) for use with underserved patients and caregivers who (1) are not regular consumers within health care systems and/or (2) do not have ready access to providers.

Tue, 08/11/2020 - 13:09

A qualitative investigation of seniors' and caregivers' views on pain assessment and management

The literature suggests that pain in the elderly, especially among seniors with dementia, is under-assessed and under-treated. This qualitative study solicited the perspectives of seniors, front-line nursing staff, nursing-home administrators, and informal caregivers of seniors with dementia on the current status of pain assessment and management. The views of these participants complement the research findings reported in the literature.

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 15:11