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Post-hospital medical respite care for homeless people in Denmark: A randomized controlled trial and cost-utility analysis.

Medical respite care provides an opportunity to recover following a hospitalization and has had a positive impact on readmissions, but no information is available about the cost-effectiveness of medical respite services for homeless people discharged from acute hospitalization. From ten different hospitals in Denmark's Capital Region, homeless people aged > 18 years with an acute admission were admitted from ten different hospitals. Following inclusion in the study, the key result was the difference in health-care expenditures after being included in the study. Following participation in the study, the secondary findings in health-related quality of life and health care costs went down 6 months. This is the first random controlled trial to determine the cost-effectiveness of a 2-week medical respite care stay for homeless people after hospitalization. According to the report, a medical respite care stay for homeless people is cost-effective.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.15577/v2


Post-hospital medical respite care for homeless people in Denmark: A randomized controlled trial and cost-utility analysis.

Medical respite care provides an opportunity to recover after a hospitalization and has had a positive impact on readmissions, but no information is available about the cost-effectiveness of acute hospitalization for homeless people. Patients aged > 18 years with an acute admission from ten different hospitals in Denmark's Capital Region were admitted. Following inclusion in the study, the main outcome was the difference in health-care spending changes after being included in the analysis. Following inclusion in the study, secondary findings in health-related quality of life and health-care costs dropped 6 months later. This is the first randomized controlled trial to find the cost-effectiveness of a 2-week medical respite care stay for homeless people following hospitalization. According to the report, a medical respite care stay for homeless people is cost-effective.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.15577/v1


Hospital Outdoor Spaces as Respite Areas for Healthcare Staff During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had global consequences for healthcare professionals around the world. According to the literature, hospital gardens and nature visits can help reduce psychological stress among hospital workers. The present opinion paper illustrates the difficulties of job stress and emotional distress that health workers face during the pandemic. Although other steps to reduce anxiety among hospital workers and ensure their health and safety are paramount, hospital administrators and other relevant government departments should also emphasize the provision of gardens and open spaces in healthcare clinics, as other areas to minimize stress among hospital workers and ensure their health and safety are also important.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/19375867221111530


Respite: Cultural Values in North American and Caribbean Caregiving

Many physical and psychological difficulties arise when providing home health services to family members. Family caregivers are frequently referred to as a temporary caregiving position by health care professionals who temporarily delegate caregiving duties to others. This qualitative report looked at North American u2013trained social workers practising on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts as they promoted a concept of respite care that was not represented by North American standards.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.22230/cjc.2007v32n3a1851


Crucial Role of Respite Care in Supporting Informal Caregivers: A Challenge for the Care of Older Adults in the Middle East and North Africa

Religion and cultural considerations can take in opposite directions in Middle East and North African countries, as a vast number of families care for their loved ones at home. Moreover, caregivers'u2019 decision-making may be deprived of even a brief vacation or break because of their sense of responsibility and responsibilities toward caring for an elderly family member. Both older adults in need of care and informal caregivers may have a positive effect on the physical and mental stability of both older adults in need of care and informal caregivers. Many receiving care, caregivers, and the public health-care system will prosper from the introduction of a variety of respite care services, in conclusion.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1159/000515160


Respite care as a social service for families with children with severe and multiple disabilities

The introduction of the social service was designed to provide legal representatives of children with severe and multiple disabilities with the opportunity to take a break from working their jobs and caring for the child. The introduction of the social service is examined within the context of the social work and normalization theories, with a particular emphasis on providing family support for people with disabilities. Both the benefits and challenges of implementing "Respite care" as an innovative social service for families raising children with severe and multiple disabilities in the area have been identified, as follows: education of specialists; research of methodological and consulting services for specialists; and inclusion of social care in the state list of social services.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.25136/2409-7144.2022.5.37997


Does respite care address the needs of palliative care service users and carers? Their perspectives and experiences

Aim: To find if respite care meets the needs of palliative care service users and caregivers. Methods: The data collection was carried out by unstructured informal interview with three couples and two bereaved carers who had experience hospice respite care. The results: The findings revealed that respite care service users and carers are valued by palliative care service providers and researchers, but that service models are limited in their ability. Conclusion: A reframing of respite care as an empathic response to a new palliative care strategy is suggested.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.12968/ijpn.2017.23.4.174


Short break and emergency respite care: what options for young people with life-limiting conditions?

As children's hospice care was not available in children's hospice services, there were few, or no, suitable short break and emergency respite care options, causing fear among children's hospice users and those leaving the program as a result of their transition age or not meeting the children's hospice eligibility requirements. To investigate the effects and consequences of children's hospice discharge for young people and their families, research is clearly required.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.12968/ijpn.2016.22.2.57


What does respite care mean for palliative care service users and carers? Messages from a conceptual mapping

This paper will feature a conceptual map of respite care in order to foster a greater appreciation of the various tensions that the palliative care respite literature uncovers. As learning more about caregivers' needs and the complexity of the family relationship, it is an appropriate time to summarize the key findings from the literature to help us understand what respite care does really mean to palliative care service users and caregivers.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.12968/ijpn.2010.16.8.388


Respite care innovations for carers of people with dementia

The benefits of family carers to making a part of a community care initiative are now widely understood. Although the primary responsibility for assisting carers remains with local authorities, the recommendations recommend that all those involved in the care services be paid more attention to supporting family members. In allocating funds to advance the project's agenda, the Government identified short breaks as one of the key priorities. In Sheffield, this story discusses the introduction of an innovative service for people with dementia and their carers.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.2000.9.16.5479

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