Community-based interventions to promote management for older people: an integrative review.

  title={Community-based interventions to promote management for older people: an integrative review.},
  author={Sakuntala Anuruang and Louise D. Hickman and Debra Jackson and Tessa Dharmendra and Jane Van Balen and Patricia M Davidson},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  volume={23 15-16},
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To review community programmes promoting self-care or self-management for older people with chronic disease in Thailand. BACKGROUND Identifying successful elements of culturally appropriate and effective community-based interventions to promote self-care with chronic illness is increasingly important. DESIGN Integrative review. DATA SOURCES CINAHL, Medline, Health Source Nursing Academic databases. METHODS Integrative review of peer-reviewed articles written between… CONTINUE READING
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