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Beyond person-centred care: a new vision for gerontological nursing.
A constructively critical look at some of the assumptions underpinning person-centredness is taken, and a framework describing the potential dimensions of relationship- Centred care is provided, and implications for further development are considered.
The Senses Framework: improving care for older people through a relationship-centred approach. Getting Research into Practice (GRiP) Report No 2.
This document is the author deposited version. You are advised to consult the publisher's version if you wish to cite from it. Published version NOLAN, M. R., BROWN, J., DAVIES, S., NOLAN, J. and…
Understanding family care : a multidimensional model of caring and coping
Family caregiving caring in context towards a more holistic conceptualization of caring stress and coping - implications for family caregiving satisfactions of caring - the neglected dimension family…
This article explores the strategies that spouses use in order to live positively when one partner has dementia. Data were collected from 152 interviews with 20 couples conducted over a period of…
Ethical and Methodological Issues in Interviewing Persons With Dementia
- I. Hellström, M. Nolan, L. Nordenfelt, U. Lundh
- Psychology, PhilosophyNursing ethics
- 1 September 2007
It is argued that there is support for the inclusion of people with dementia in research and that the benefits of participation usually far outweigh the risks, particularly when a `safe context' has been created.
Caring about caring: developing a model to implement compassionate relationship centred care in an older people care setting.
Transforming students' views of gerontological nursing: realising the potential of 'enriched' environments of learning and care: a multi-method longitudinal study.
'You do know he's had a stroke, don't you?' Preparation for family care-giving--the neglected dimension.
Based on initial data from a longitudinal study of stroke victims, this paper outlines four themes: 'What's it all about', 'Going it alone', 'Up to the job' and 'What about me?' These themes highlight the difficulties carers experience in the immediate aftermath of stroke.
'Making it better': self-perceived roles of family caregivers of older people living in care homes: a qualitative study.
Rewards and gratifications among family caregivers: towards a refined model of caring and coping.
- G. Grant, P. Ramcharan, M. McGrath, M. Nolan, J. Keady
- PsychologyJournal of intellectual disability research…
- 1 February 1998
It is suggested that caregivers report the existence of pervasive rewards and gratifications, as well as stresses, as part of the caregiving experience, and that these stem from varying sources.