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Understanding malnutrition management through a socioecological lens: Evaluation of a community‐based child malnutrition program in rural Uganda

Nearly half of children under the age of 5 in Uganda suffer from hunger. Child undernutrition's causes are varied, meaning that interventions to combat hunger must be multifaceted. The aim of this research was to determine the factors influencing malnutrition control in a CMAM program in rural Uganda's rural Uganda, using the socioeconomic model to analyze the multilevel determinants of outpatient malnutrition management. This review found factors affecting children's outpatient health using qualitative methods. To determine factors preventing outpatient malnutrition control, we conducted 14 caregiver encounters and interviewed 15 caregivers. According to the findings, CMAM programs would benefit from designing holistic approaches to solve the cultural barriers to children's care. Poorly management in low-total and middle-income countries could be more effective using a socioecological framework to program analysis, rather than individual determinants.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/hsc.14032


Prevalence of falls, incontinence, malnutrition, pain, pressure injury and restraints in home care: A narrative review

The importance of home care in the future will rise as a result of global demographic transitions and the implementation of u2018age in placeu2019 will rise. Falls, incontinence, hunger, fatigue, eye injury, pressure ulcer, and restraints in home care were among the survey's findings that were based on comprehensive literature review. This year, the prevalence range for falls was 4. 8%u201348%; urinary incontinence, 39. 9%; stunt, 5. 6 percent; and physical restraints, 58 percent; U201319. 5%; u201347. 8%; depression, 58 percent; U201348. 6%; chronic inflammation, 58. 8%; depression, 38. 5%; depression, 48%; u201358. 6%; and physical restraints, 57. 9% To implement appropriate interventions and prevent these measures from being established, the use of standardised measurement and risk assessment software to assess nursingu2010sensitive indicators in home care is required.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/hsc.14021

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