Bernadette M Willemse

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BACKGROUND Healthcare workers in nursing homes are faced with high job demands that can have a detrimental impact on job-related outcomes, such as job satisfaction. Job resources may have a buffering(More)
BACKGROUND Research showed that long-term care facilities differ widely in the use of psychotropic drugs and physical restraints. The aim of this study is to investigate whether characteristics of an(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study is to explore the extent to which staff-resident interactions address or undermine residents' psychological needs and how such interactions are associated with(More)
OBJECTIVE Informal caregivers often experience psychological distress due to the changing functioning of the person with dementia they care for. Improved understanding of the person with dementia(More)
BACKGROUND Online interventions are potentially effective ways to support family caregivers in the management of behavior changes in their relative with dementia. OBJECTIVE The objective of this(More)
BACKGROUND There is limited information available on how characteristics of the organization of nursing home care and especially group living home care and staff ratio contribute to care staff well(More)
AIM To explore the role of nursing staff's person-centredness caring for people with dementia in relation to their work environment and job-related well-being. BACKGROUND Given the development(More)
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