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Effects of an enhanced discharge planning intervention for hospitalized older adults: a randomized trial.
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY To identify needs encountered by older adult patients after hospital discharge and assess the impact of a telephone transitional care intervention on stress, health care… Expand
Sleep: a marker of physical and mental health in the elderly.
- K. Reid, Z. Martinovich, +4 authors P. Zee
- The American journal of geriatric psychiatry…
- 1 October 2006
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to determine the occurrence and recognition of common sleep-related problems and their relationship to health-related quality-of-life measures in the… Expand
Loneliness in Older Chinese Adults: A Risk Factor for Elder Mistreatment
- X. Dong, M. Simon, M. Gorbien, Jeffrey Percak, R. Golden
- Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
- 1 November 2007
OBJECTIVES: To examine loneliness as a risk factor for elder mistreatment in an urban, community‐dwelling Chinese population.
Social Work and Transitions of Care: Observations from an Intervention for Older Adults
- Vanessa D Fabbre, Anne Buffington, Susan J Altfeld, Gayle E Shier, R. Golden
- Journal of gerontological social work
- 22 July 2011
Making the transition from hospital to home can be challenging for many older adults. This article presents practice perspectives on these transitions, based on a social work intervention for older… Expand
Strong social support services, such as transportation and help for caregivers, can lead to lower health care use and costs.
- Gayle E Shier, M. Ginsburg, Julianne Howell, P. Volland, R. Golden
- Health affairs
- 1 March 2013
A growing evidence base suggests services that address social factors with an impact on health, such as transportation and caregiver support, must be integrated into new models of care if the… Expand
Cognitive impairment in Parkinson’s disease: a report from a multidisciplinary symposium on unmet needs and future directions to maintain cognitive health
- J. Goldman, Beth A Vernaleo, +22 authors Don Simmonds
- Psychology, Medicine
- npj Parkinson's Disease
- 26 June 2018
People with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and their care partners frequently report cognitive decline as one of their greatest concerns. Mild cognitive impairment affects approximately 20–50% of people… Expand
Coordination, integration, and collaboration: a clear path for social work in health care reform.
- R. Golden
- Health & social work
- 1 August 2011
The need for change in our health care delivery system is well known, well researched, and well documented by people inside the social work field and out. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care… Expand
Social work and the Affordable Care Act: Maximizing the profession’s role in health reform
Integrating Social Services and Home-Based Primary Care for High-Risk Patients.
- J. Feinglass, Greg Norman, R. Golden, N. Muramatsu, M. Gelder, Thomas Cornwell
- Population health management
- 13 June 2017
There is a consensus that our current hospital-intensive approach to care is deeply flawed. This review article describes the research evidence for developing a better system of care for high-cost,… Expand
Community Long-Term Care Teams: Assessing Team Fitness
Although long-term care is often conceptualized as institutional living, the majority of long-term care is provided in the community through primary care. The BRIGHTEN program (Bridging Resources of… Expand