3 edition of Nursing homes--structure and selected characteristics, 1996. found in the catalog.
Nursing homes--structure and selected characteristics, 1996.
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research in Rockville, MD
Written in English
|Other titles||Nursing homes, structure and selected characteristics, 1996.|
|Series||AHCPR pub -- no. 98-0006., Research findings -- #4., Research findings (United States. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research) -- # 4.|
|Contributions||United States. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 17 p.|
|Number of Pages||17|
Mouton () describes methodology as the means or methods of doing something. Polit and Hungler () refer to it as the process of following the steps, procedures and strategies for gathering and analysing the data in a research investigation. These methods describe in detail how the study was conducted. Nursing is a field of expertise that has a cumulative population of nurses registered trained at several levels. The levels of training include those with hospital diplomas and those who possess degrees from associate through doctoral levels, practical nurses who are licensed, and assistive assistants such as aides, orderlies and attendants who are not licensed (Senge, ).
Selected Characteristics of NursingHomesfor the AgedandChronically Ill United States -June-August Statistics on the number of nursing homes, services provided, admissions, discharges, days of care, employees, and rate of occupancy in homes for the aged and chronically ill. Based on data collected from homes during the period June-August Deborah W. Robin, in Primary Care Geriatrics (Fifth Edition), Nursing Homes. Nursing homes are residential institutions that provide assistance with activities of daily living and nursing care. There are more t nursing homes in the United States, with over million residents. 1 Long-term care accounts for more than $ billion dollars in health care expenditures in the.
As with the first, the Second Edition of Research Methodology is designed specifically for students with no previous experience or knowledge of research and research methodology. The step-by-step approach links theory with eight practical steps central to any research process. It focuses on developing research skills by providing practical examples from both qualitative and quantitative 4/5(17). Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of may be differentiated from other health care providers by their approach to patient care, training, and scope of practice in many specialties with differing levels of prescription.
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Suggested Citation: Research Findings #4: Nursing Homes - Structure and Selected Characteristics, January January Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. On January 1,approximately million residents were receiving care in 16, nursing homes with million beds.
This compares to million residents in 14, nursing homes with million beds inincreases of 15, 20 and 19 percent, respectively. The average size of a nursing home remained by: 6. Get this from a library. Nursing homes--structure and selected characteristics, [United States.
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Nursing Homes: Structure and Selected Characteristics, Rockville MD: Agency for Health Care Policy and Research; Mukamel DB. “Risk-adjusted Outcome Measures and Quality of Care in Nursing Homes.
Medical Care. ; 35 (4)– Nyman JA. “The Marginal Cost of Nursing Home Care: New York, ” Journal of Health by: One family's recommendations of books everyone should read who has someone in a nursing home.
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The infrastructure was built and the leadership. Traditionally, nursing home quality has been measured by structural variables. Important among these are (1) inputs, such as the level and mix of staffing; (2) characteristics of facilities, such as ownership, size, accreditation, and teaching status; and (3) characteristics of the facility's residents, such as demographics and payer mix.
Nurse leaders point to the following characteristics of nurses that are most telling for current and future success. 10 Characteristics of Nurses Who Are Most Successful. A caring attitude. Caring is the heart of the nursing profession. It underlies everything that you do—even when your shift gets hectic.
Personality is deemed to play a part in an individual’s choice of work, with individuals’ preferencing a profession or field of work that will satisfy their personal needs. There is limited research exploring the personality characteristics of nurses within clearly defined nursing specialty areas.
Retaining nurses within specialty areas has workforce implications when vacancies are unable. Nursing homes--structure and selected characteristics, and Rhoades J. Rhoades J. Stat Bull Metrop Insur Co.
Apr-Jun;79(2) Stat Bull Metrop Insur Co. Fannie Gaston-Johansson, PhD, RN, FAAN is professor emerita at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She was the first African American woman to be a tenured full professor at Johns Hopkins University and is an expert in end-of-life care.
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National Study of Long-term Care Providers. Data Source and Methods: Mail/web/telephone survey of directors of adult day care services centers and residential care communities, Administrative data from the CMS on nursing homes and residents, home health agencies and patients, and hospices and patients.
Selected Data Items: Provider characteristics, services, practices (EHRs), and staffing. Virginia Avenel Henderson (Novem – Ma ) was an influential nurse, researcher, theorist, and author. Henderson is famous for a definition of nursing: "The unique function of the nurse is to assist the individual, sick or well, in the performance of those activities contributing to health or its recovery (or to peaceful death) that he would perform unaided if he had the.
Government spending reached a high of $ billion in on nursing home care. Heath care providers and patients have shown an interest in the cost-efficiency of nursing home services.
Because of the aging population, research has focused on nursing homes. There is an increasing need for more nursing homes in the United States and around the.Nursing is defined by caring. At Redlands Community Hospital, nursing has embraced the theory of Jean Watson’s Caring Science.
Caring Science helps us to embrace the positive energy that flows from an integrated mind, body and spirit and is mutually rewarding to both the patient and the nurse.S. Zank, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Social Environment.
Important predictors for subjective well-being are social relations and social activities. Therefore, an integration into the social world of a nursing home seems an important factor for positive adaptation. Any institutionalized resident is offered opportunities for social interaction.