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Priority dilemmas in dialysis: the impact of old age
Aim: This study explores priority dilemmas in dialysis treatment and care offered elderly patients within the Norwegian public healthcare system. Background: Inadequate healthcare due to advanced ageExpand
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The quality of qualitative data: Issues to consider when interviewing participants who have difficulties providing detailed accounts of their experiences
This article discusses threats and challenges that may arise when conducting qualitative interviews with persons with language handicap or frail elderly who have difficulties providing detailedExpand
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Clinical prioritisations of healthcare for the aged—professional roles
Background: Although fair distribution of healthcare services for older patients is an important challenge, qualitative research exploring clinicians’ considerations in clinical prioritisation withinExpand
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In quest of justice? Clinical prioritisation in healthcare for the aged
Background: A fair distribution of healthcare services for older patients is an important challenge, but qualitative research exploring clinicians’ consideration in daily clinical prioritisation inExpand
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Caring for stroke patients: heavy or exciting?
  • M. Kirkevold
  • Medicine
  • Image--the journal of nursing scholarship
  • 1 June 1990
Nurses who work with the same patient population attach common meanings to what caring for their patients entails. This qualitative study uncovered two common meanings among nurses caring for strokeExpand
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Marte Meo Counselling: a promising tool to support positive interactions between residents with dementia and nurses in nursing homes
Marte Meo Counselling (MMC) is an educational video-based counselling method developed to improve interactions between persons. This study aimed at investigating whether changes could be identifiedExpand
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[The role of nursing in the rehabilitation of acute stroke patients. Towards a unified theoretical perspective].
A review of existing literature indicates an uncertainty about the specific therapeutic role of nurses in the rehabilitation of stroke patients. Two different conceptualizations of the nursing roleExpand
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Poststroke FatigueA Review
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Masculinity and strokes: the challenges presented to younger men by chronic illness
Stroke is a major cause of disability in the Western world, changing not only to the victim's body but also his or her lifestyle. Men tend to experience stroke at a younger age than women. MostExpand
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Teaching nursing homes: the Norwegian experience 20 years on
Background The Norwegian teaching nursing home (TNH) programme was launched in 1997 to address the continued challenges and threats to quality in long-term care. They included high turnover,Expand
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