1 edition of Managing older people in primary care found in the catalog.
Managing older people in primary care
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Margot Gosney and Tess Harris|
|LC Classifications||RC952 .M35 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 386 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||386|
|LC Control Number||2009929341|
Asthma. Respiratory conditions are among the most common chronic conditions in patients with multimorbidity. In a nationally representative primary care study of Cited by: 6. The Home and Community Care Program for Younger People provides funding for services which support frail older people, younger people with disabilities and their carers. Wellbeing and participation The Victorian Government provides a range of programs to maximise older people’s health and wellbeing and social participation across all life stages.
In primary and community health care settings, long-term (>28 days) urinary catheterisation (LTC) is most commonly used in managing older people and those with neurological conditions. Studies suggest that in the UK LTC is used in per cent of people aged 75 or over (Kohler-Ockmore and Feneley, ) and in four per cent of people receiving. Managing Breathlessness in the Community Jane E Scullion Respiratory nurse consultant, University Hospitals of Leicester TAKING THE symptom of breathlessness as the starting point in diagnosis, this book recognises that it is the presentation of the symptom that drives the consultation.
Primary Care Case Studies for Nurse Practitioners Kindle Edition It is assumed that nurses who read this book will have experience in managing the care of babies, children, well young people, people for whom English is not their first language, people with mental health problems and older people with multiple health problems. These case /5(8). The COVID pandemic is impacting the global population in drastic ways. In many countries, older people are facing the most threats and challenges at this time. Although all age groups are at risk of contracting COVID, older people face significant risk of developing severe illness if they contract the disease due to physiological changes that come with ageing and potential underlying.
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Product Information. Older people have complex and unique primary care needs. The frequent occurrence of co-morbidities, polypharmacy, psychological, social and functional impairments can impact on the way problems present making the diagnosis and treatment more challenging for.
Get this from a library. Managing older people in primary care: a practical guide. [Margot Gosney; Tess Harris;] -- Packed full of practical and down to earth advice for clinicians specialising in the care of older people, this book examines real problems that present on a day-to-day basis in the primary care.
This case-based book offers primary care practitioners support in managing older people with difficulties due to mental health problems, emphasising the importance of integrating health and social care. The full range of disorders is covered, including anxiety and depression, delirium, psychosis and the dementias.
Managing older people in primary care: a practical guide / Packed full of practical and down to earth advice for clinicians specialising in the care of older people, this book examines real problems that present on a day-to-day basis in the primary care environment.
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English. Depressive symptoms and/or depression are commonly experienced by older people. Both are underdiagnosed, undertreated and regularly overlooked by healthcare professionals.
Healthcare facilities for people aged ≥75 years have been in place in Sweden since The aim of these care centres, which are managed by registered nurses (RNs), is to offer care adjusted to cater to the Author: Gunilla Borglin, Kristina Räthel, Helena Paulsson, Katarina Sjögren Forss.
Managing older people in primary care book Care for Older people with Urgent & Emergency Care needs “Silver Book” 3 Executive summary Despite the majority of urgent care being delivered in the primary care setting, an increasing number of older people are attending emergency departments and accessing urgent health and social care Size: 1MB.
Primary Care Case Studies for Nurse Practitioners by It is assumed that nurses who read this book will have experience in managing the care of babies, children, well young people, people for whom English is not their first language, people with mental health problems and older people with multiple health problems.
These case studies are /5(8). Gosney, M.A. and Harris, T., eds. () Managing older people in primary care. A practical guide. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp ISBN Full text not archived in this repository.
It is advisable to refer to the publisher's version if you intend to cite from this work. Population aging is challenging the delivery of primary care for older people. In the Netherlands, the number of people aged 65 years and older will increase from 3 million in (% of the total population) to million in (26% of the total population) .The condition of frailty is considered an increasingly problematic consequence of population aging .Cited by: 3.
Chen and colleagues found in primary care clinics a report of insomnia as well as a prescription for sleep aids both independently predicted falls in the older adults. 32 Case study Mrs. R is an year-old woman who presents to the NP at the clinic as a follow-up to her recent 3-day hospitalization.
A primary care provider, or PCP, is the main caregiver who manages most of your health concerns. PCPs provide checkups and screenings, as well as treatment of common illnesses and injuries. There are four types of primary care providers: Pediatrician: These doctors care for children from newborns through young adults (up to age 18).
In the United States, the number of people age 65 years and older is expected to double between and 1 Bythe fastest growing population in the US is projected to be adults over age 80 years.
1 This shift in the population will bring a greater proportion of complex patients into the healthcare system and a rise in age-related. Best care for older people in hospital uses a person-centred approach and evidence-based tools and resources to identify and respond to the risks associated with hospital admission.
To provide best care we must consider how the person’s medical treatment and healthcare may limit their activity as well as impact on their level of independence.
Asthma. Respiratory conditions are among the most common chronic conditions in patients with multimorbidity. In a nationally representative primary care study of million people in Scotland, currently treated asthma had a prevalence of 6% and (despite the fact that asthma affects many children) 52% of individuals with asthma had one or more additional conditions.
3 The most Cited by: 6. Health care policy in the UK continues to focus on provision of care in the community. For people with long-term conditions it has long been accepted that care should be predominantly in the primary and community care setting, with a focus on case management for those with complex by: 4.
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dakotige. The guidelines are the first of their kind in the UK and aim to provide best practice for the management of pain to all health professionals working with older adults in any care setting.
Citation: Schofield P () Managing chronic pain in older people. Nursing Times; 30, In terms of care delivery, collaborative approaches have proved efficacy in the primary care setting.
25 26 27 One recent randomized clinical trial involving older primary care patients (n=) with chronic musculoskeletal pain found that a telephone based collaborative care management intervention delivered by a nurse care manager, physician Cited by: Book review.
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Older people with. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: iv, 73 pages ; 30 cm: Contents: 1. Introduction Older people as a vulnerable group Issues for PCGs Background Policy context The impact of ageism and low standards of care Maintaining independence Issues of PCGs Policy context Primary care and older people and carers In the past decade, health services in Ireland have experienced a significant increase in unplanned admissions, applying pressure on tertiary health care, especially acute and emergency services.
Similar to many countries in the WHO European Region, these services are especially challenged by the. Summary points. People with Down’s syndrome have experienced a dramatic increase in life expectancy, which is now in their mids.
The approach to primary care for adults with Down’s syndrome is similar to that for the general adult population, with the addition of screening for conditions specific to Down’s syndromeCited by: