Measuring interpersonal continuity in high-frequency home healthcare services.

@article{Gjevjon2014MeasuringIC,
  title={Measuring interpersonal continuity in high-frequency home healthcare services.},
  author={Edith Roth Gjevjon and Kari H. Eika and Tor Inge Rom\oren and Brynjar Fowels Landmark},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  year={2014},
  volume={70 3},
  pages={553-63}
}
AIM To provide a method for assessing the degree of interpersonal continuity adapted to context and to measure and assess the degree of interpersonal continuity for long-term recipients dependent on daily home health care. BACKGROUND Interpersonal continuity is important to the quality of care for long-term dependents. In high-frequency home healthcare services where patients receive daily care from many nurses or other health personnel over time, interpersonal continuity may be difficult to… CONTINUE READING
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