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Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 9 avhandlingar innehållade orden Ingalill Hallberg.
1. Vocally disruptive behaviour in severely demented patients in relation to institutional care provided
Sammanfattning : Thirty-seven patients identified as vocally disruptive and a control group, selected from 264 patients at psychogeriatric wards were studied. Tape-recordings of their vocal behaviour, ratings of their functional performance and symptoms related to dementia, observations of their behaviour, activities and interaction with caregivers were performed. LÄS MER
2. Evaluation of oral health status using an oral assessment guide in geriatric rehabilitation patients and in patients with haematological malignancies
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Sammanfattning : The aim was to study nutritional status and functional capacity in elderly men and women admitted to hospital with a hip fractnre, and to evaluate the effect of nutritional intervention and surgical method. A total of 176 patients participated in the study. LÄS MER
4. Older people`s public health care and social services : Functional ability, health complaints, agreement in needs assessment and care satisfaction
Sammanfattning : The overall aim was to describe and compare functional ability and health complaints of older people receiving municipal care in relation to housing and informal care, and factors associated with medical health care, municipal care and informal care. Further, the aim was to investigate agreement in needs assessments between personnel and older people and to investigate care satisfaction and health-related quality of life among older people receiving municipal care and services. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Introduction: To reduce the risk for pressure ulcers, repositioning of immobile patients is an important standard nursing practice. However, knowledge on how this preventive intervention is carried out among elderly immobile patients is limited and to what extent patients perform minor movements between nursing staff-induced repositionings is largely unknown, but these movements might have implications for the repositioning intervention. LÄS MER