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1946 1
1947 3
1948 12
1949 8
1950 15
1951 20
1952 27
1953 32
1954 18
1955 14
1956 16
1957 25
1958 25
1959 22
1960 15
1961 28
1962 43
1963 69
1964 105
1965 76
1966 76
1967 67
1968 86
1969 79
1970 76
1971 78
1972 97
1973 93
1974 100
1975 154
1976 213
1977 239
1978 286
1979 314
1980 322
1981 300
1982 309
1983 415
1984 518
1985 683
1986 667
1987 674
1988 703
1989 819
1990 720
1991 828
1992 719
1993 791
1994 818
1995 762
1996 900
1997 959
1998 1039
1999 865
2000 856
2001 828
2002 792
2003 869
2004 835
2005 817
2006 884
2007 905
2008 945
2009 948
2010 956
2011 971
2012 1033
2013 1145
2014 1129
2015 1151
2016 1042
2017 1037
2018 1029
2019 489
2020 4
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Formal home care use in Canada.
Gilmour H. Health Rep 2018. PMID 30230520 Free article.
BACKGROUND: Formal home care services (those typically delivered by health care providers or volunteer organizations) are different from informal home care services (given by family, friends or neighbours), and thus represent a partial picture of all home care provided. ...A descriptive analysis of socioeconomic characteristics of households receiving formal home care is presented. RESULTS: An estimated 6.4% of households (881,800) in Canada received formal home care services in the past year, most frequently nursing (46%) and personal/home support services (46%). ...
BACKGROUND: Formal home care services (those typically delivered by health care providers or volunteer organizat …
Home care organization with the Better at Home Program.
Castro EAB, et al. Rev Gaucha Enferm 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29846479 Free article.
OBJECTIVE To understand the home healthcare organization modes in the context of healthcare delivered by the municipalities that have joined a Program entitled Better at Home. ...It is highlighted that this substitutive care modality may enhance the effectiveness of the services, reducing fragmentation and solvability of the health needs....
OBJECTIVE To understand the home healthcare organization modes in the context of healthcare delivered by the municipalities that have …
Association between local-level resources for home care and home deaths: A nationwide spatial analysis in Japan.
Morioka N, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 30142197 Free PMC article.
AIM: Little is known about whether and how local-level resources regarding home care are associated with the prevalence of home deaths. We aimed to investigate whether geographic patterns of the resources for home care were associated with the prevalence of home deaths, taking spatial variation into consideration. ...
AIM: Little is known about whether and how local-level resources regarding home care are associated with the prevalence of …
Genesis of home care in Brazil at the start of the twentieth century.
Oliveira SG and Kruse MH. Rev Gaucha Enferm 2016. PMID 27253600 Free article.
Objective to discuss the conditions that enabled home care at the beginning of the twentieth century. Method study of the genealogic inspiration on home care. ...Final considerations tuberculosis, the new profession of visiting nurses, inspection records and the detailed analysis of the cities grant home care a nature of surveillance, inspection and control to conduct the behaviour of individuals....
Objective to discuss the conditions that enabled home care at the beginning of the twentieth century. Method study of the gene …
Quality of care in European home care programs using the second generation interRAI Home Care Quality Indicators (HCQIs).
Foebel AD, et al. BMC Geriatr 2015. PMID 26572734 Free PMC article.
To this aim, interRAI's second-generation home care quality indicators (HCQIs) were developed in 2013. This study assesses the quality of home care services in six European countries using these HCQIs as well as the two derived summary scales. ...CONCLUSIONS: The interRAI HCQIs can be used to determine the quality of home care services in Europe and identify areas for improvement. ...
To this aim, interRAI's second-generation home care quality indicators (HCQIs) were developed in 2013. This study assesses the …
[Prevalence of home care and associated factors in the Brazilian elderly population].
Wachs LS, et al. Cad Saude Publica 2016. PMID 27027455 Portuguese. Free article.
A total of 6,624 elderly individuals were interviewed, and prevalence of home care was 11.7%. After adjustment, higher home care rates were associated with female gender, older old age, lower schooling and purchasing power, diagnosis of chronic illness, history of falls, previous hospitalization, and medical consultation in the previous three months. The results highlight more extensive use of home care by the most vulnerable elderly. This finding suggests a contribution from home care to the promotion of healthcare equity in Brazil, especially due to the expansion of the Family Health Strategy. ...
A total of 6,624 elderly individuals were interviewed, and prevalence of home care was 11.7%. After adjustment, higher home
Pathway to better patient care and nurse workforce outcomes in home care.
Jarrín OF, et al. Nurs Outlook 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28662969 Free PMC article.
Home care agencies with better-rated professional work environments consistently had better patient care and nurse workforce outcomes. CONCLUSIONS: This study validates the Pathway to Excellence Standards as important to patient care quality and nursing workforce outcomes in home care....
Home care agencies with better-rated professional work environments consistently had better patient care and nurse work
Utilisation of home-based physician, nurse and personal support worker services within a palliative care programme in Ontario, Canada: trends over 2005-2015.
Sun Z, et al. Health Soc Care Community 2017. PMID 28024313
However, little is known about the changing temporal trends in the propensity and intensity of home-based palliative care. The purpose of this study was to assess the propensity to use home-based palliative care services, and once used, the intensity of that use for three main service categories: physician visits, nurse visits and care by personal support workers (PSWs) over the last decade. ...These findings may provide a general idea of the types of services that are used more intensely and require more resources from multidisciplinary teams, as increased use of home-based palliative care has placed dramatic pressures on the budgets of local home and community care organisations....
However, little is known about the changing temporal trends in the propensity and intensity of home-based palliative care. The …
Home care.
Levine SA, et al. JAMA 2003. PMID 12953004
Changing the Conversation with Home Care Clients.
Wojtak A and Klopp J. Healthc Q 2015. PMID 26718250
Traditional home care delivery involves executing tasks for clients within a limited timeframe. Five years ago, when surveys of clients of Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre (TC CCAC) showed the lowest client experience levels across the 14 CCACs in Ontario, TC CCAC and its contracted Service Provider Organizations developed and implemented Changing the Conversation, a philosophy and framework that focuses on asking clients "what is most important" to them and then using that information as the basis for how care is delivered. ...
Traditional home care delivery involves executing tasks for clients within a limited timeframe. Five years ago, when surveys o …
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