Residents' and relatives' experiences of acute situations: a qualitative study to inform a care model
Kornelia Basinska, Patrizia Künzler-Heule, Raphaëlle Ashley Guerbaai, Franziska Zúñiga, Michael Simon, Nathalie I H Wellens, Christine Serdaly & Dunja Nicca
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS
Our findings suggest differences between care providers' and participants' perspectives regarding acute situations and care priority setting. Alongside efforts to promote staff awareness of and responsiveness to acute situations, care staff must commit to learning and meeting individual residents' and relatives' needs. Implications for the development and implementation of a new nurse-led model of care are discussed.
|citation||Basinska K, Künzler-Heule P, Guerbaai R A, Zúñiga F, Simon M, Wellens N I H, Serdaly C, Nicca D. Residents' and relatives' experiences of acute situations: a qualitative study to inform a care model. Gerontologist 2021;.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||24-02-2021|