Johannah Topps Uriri

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BACKGROUND Disruptive behaviors are prevalent in nursing home residents with dementia and often have negative consequences for the resident, caregiver, and others in the environment. Behavioral interventions might ameliorate them and have a positive effect on residents' mood (affect). OBJECTIVES This study tested two interventions-an activities of daily(More)
1. With escalating health care costs, a shifting focus on health promotion and illness prevention for older adults has produced programs that include education about healthy living and methods to change health behaviors specifically for older adult participants. 2. Using the HRA data, nurses can promote continuity of care as they communicate the results to(More)
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