As such, the book will appeal to professional nurses, nursing scientists, nursing students, other healthcare professionals, and to a broad readership, and will provide a valuable resource for those working in nursing homes, as well as researchers in the field.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1Psychosocial interventionsDr. Evelyn Finnema, NHL University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands Chapter 2Behavioral symptoms/problemsDr. Martin Smalbrugge, VU University Medical Center Amsterdam, Institute for Health an Care Research, The Netherlands Chapter 3Meaningful activitiesDr. Jennifer Wenborn, University College London, c/o Dementia Research Centre, Research & Development Department, North East London NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom Chapter 4Quality of lifeMartin Dichter, DZNE (Deutsches Zentrum fur Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen e. V.), GermanyProf. Gabriela Mayer, Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle-Wittenberg, Medizinische Fakultat, Institute of Health and Nursing Sciences, Germany Chapter 5Patient-/person centered careProf. Dr. Daniel Swagerty, The University of Kansas, USA Chapter 6Staff training and educationKiran Sahota, BSc, Chamberlain College of Nursing, USA Dr. Klich-Heartt, Eira, Santa Rosa Junior College, USA Chapter 7Inclusion and support of family membersDr. Hilde Verbeek, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Chapter 8Pain, pain managementProf. Sandra Zwakhalen, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Chapter 9End of life, hospice, palliative care , advanced care planningDr Stephen J. O'Connor, Canterbury Christ Church University, United Kingdom Chapter 10CommunicationDr. Paul Watts, Inchwater Home Care, United Kingdom Chapter 11Prof. van Marum, VU University Medical Center Amsterdam, Institute for Health an Care Research, The Netherlands Chapter 12Depression (and other mental disorders)Dr. Martin Smalbrugge, VU University Medical Center Amsterdam, Institute for Health an Care Research Chapter 13Delirium and dementiaJohn Gilmore RGN, BSc, MSoc. Sc., Canterbury Christ Church University, United Kingdom, Kathryn A. Weigel, MS, RN, GCNS, Cecily & John Leach College of Nursing, University of St. Francis, USA Chapter 14Teamwork, interdisciplinary, multidisciplinaryProf. Dr. Jos Schols, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Chapter 15Care dependencyProf. Ate Dijkstra, NHL University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands Chapter 16RestraintsProf. Jan Hamers, Maastricht University, The Netherlands