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Health-related quality of life in older depressed psychogeriatric patients: one year follow-up

Background Knowledge about long-term change in health related quality of life (HQoL) among older adults after hospitalization for treatment of depression has clinical relevance. The aim was firstly to describe the change of HQoL one year after admission for treatment of depression, secondly to explore if improved HQoL was associated with remission of depression at follow-up and...

Health-related quality of life in older depressed psychogeriatric patients: one year follow-up

Knowledge about long-term change in health related quality of life (HQoL) among older adults after hospitalization for treatment of depression has clinical relevance. The aim was firstly to describe the change of HQoL one year after admission for treatment of depression, secondly to explore if improved HQoL was associated with remission of depression at follow-up and lastly to...

Local interaction strategies and capacity for better care in nursing homes: a multiple case study

Nursing. Kirsten Corazzini, PhD, is Associate Professor at Duke University School of Nursing and Senior Fellow in the Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development. Reuben R. McDaniel, Jr., EdD, is

Participation in Decision Making as a Property of Complex Adaptive Systems: Developing and Testing a Measure

Objectives. To (1) describe participation in decision-making as a systems-level property of complex adaptive systems and (2) present empirical evidence of reliability and validity of a corresponding measure. Method. Study 1 was a mail survey of a single respondent (administrators or directors of nursing) in each of 197 nursing homes. Study 2 was a field study using random...

CONNECT for quality: protocol of a cluster randomized controlled trial to improve fall prevention in nursing homes

Professor of Nursing at Duke University School of Nursing. Kirsten Corazzini, PhD, Social Gerontologists is Associate Professor at Duke University School of Nursing. Kristie Porter, MPH, is Project