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- Tags: Case Managers
A broader understanding of care managers' attitudes of advance care planning: A concurrent nested design.
Tags: *Attitude of Health Personnel, *Health Knowledge, 2018, Adult, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning/*standards, Attitudes, Aultman Julie, Baughman Kristin R, Case Managers, Chi Square Test, College of Graduate Studies, Community health, Concurrent Prospective Studies, Convenience Sample, Decision-making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Discussion, end of life, Female, Focus Groups, Funding Source, Health Services Accessibility/standards, Human, Humans, Journal of clinical nursing, Ludwick Ruth, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Midwestern United States, Multicenter Studies, Multimethod Studies, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nurse Attitudes, nurses, Practice, Qualitative, Qualitative Research, quantitative, Questionnaires, Surveys, Surveys and Questionnaires, Thematic Analysis
Adapting cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis for case managers: increasing access to services in a community mental health agency.
Tags: *Community Mental Health Services, *Diffusion of Innovation, *Health Services Accessibility, 2014, Adult, Case Management, Case Managers, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/education/*methods, Cognitive Therapy – Methods, collaboration, Community Mental Health Services – United States, Cooperative Behavior, Department of Psychiatry, Evidence-Based, Evidence-Based Practice/education/methods, Female, Human, Humans, Inservice Training, Interinstitutional Relations, Male, Montesano Vicki L, Munetz Mark R, NEOMED College of Medicine, Pelton Jeremy R, Pilot Studies, Professional Practice, Program Implementation – Methods, Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, Psychotic Disorders/*therapy, Questionnaires, Scales, Schizophrenia – Rehabilitation, Schizophrenia/*therapy, Sivec Harry J, Staff Development, Thematic Analysis, Treatment Outcome, Turkington Douglas, United Kingdom, United States
Tags: 2013, Advance Care Planning – In Old Age, Advance Directives, Aged, American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Medicine, Baughman Kristin R, Case Managers, Chi Square Test, Correlation Coefficient, Cross Sectional Studies, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Female, Hazelett Susan, Human, Ludwick Ruth E, Male, Middle Age, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ohio, Palmisano Barbara, Sanders Margaret, Secondary Analysis, Surveys, T-Tests
High-Yield Cognitive Behavioral Techniques for Psychosis Delivered by Case Managers to Their Clients With Persistent Psychotic Symptoms An Exploratory Trial
Tags: *Long-Term Care, 2014, Accountability, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning – Ethical Issues, Advance Care Planning/*ethics, Aultman Julie M, Baughman Kristin R, care managers, Case Managers, College of Graduate Studies, Courage, Decision Making/*ethics, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Empowerment, end-of-life decisions, ethical dilemmas, Ethics, Focus Groups, Funding Source, Human, Humans, Ludwick Ruth, narrative analysis, Narratives, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nurses/*psychology, Nursing ethics, O'Neill Anne, Ohio, Open-Ended Questionnaires, Patient Care Management/*ethics, Professional, Qualitative Studies, Questionnaires, registered nurses, Respect, Secondary Analysis, social workers, Thematic Analysis
Tags: 2015, Administrative Personnel, Adult, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning/*organization & administration/standards, area agency on aging, Attitude of Health Personnel, Baughman Kristin R, care management, Case Management, Case Managers, Chi Square Test, Clinical Protocols/standards, community-based long-term care, Confidence Intervals, Cross Sectional Studies, Cross-Sectional Studies, Data Analysis Software, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Descriptive Research, Descriptive Statistics, Female, Funding Source, Government Agencies, Hazelett Susan, Human, Humans, Inservice Training/organization & administration, interviews, Logistic Regression, Long Term Care, Ludwick Ruth, Male, Medicaid, Medicaid/statistics & numerical data, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Midwestern United States, Multivariate Analysis, NEOMED College of Medicine, nurses, Odds Ratio, Ohio, organizational characteristics, Organizational Culture, Palmisano Barbara, Practice Guidelines as Topic, Questionnaires, registered nurses, Rural Areas, Sanders Margaret, social workers, Surveys, T-Tests, Telephone, The American journal of hospice & palliative care, United States, Urban Areas