Pain and psychological well-being of older persons living in nursing homes.
an exploratory study in planning patient-centred intervention.
Tse, Mimi; Leung, Rincy; Ho, Suki
Mimi Tse PhD RN Assistant Professor School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Rincy Leung BSN RN Registered Nurse Department of Health, Hong Kong
Suki Ho BSN RN Clinical Instructor School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Journal of Advanced Nursing (J ADV NURS), 2012 Feb; 68 (2): 312-21. (47 ref)
journal article – pictorial, research, tables/charts
Long Term Care
Nursing Home Patients — Psychosocial Factors — In Old Age
Pain — Therapy — In Old Age
Patient Centered Care
Psychological Well-Being — In Old Age
Activities of Daily Living; Aged; Aged, 80 and Over; Analgesics — Therapeutic Use; Clinical Assessment Tools; Coefficient Alpha; Convenience Sample; Cross Sectional Studies; Data Analysis Software; Depression; Descriptive Statistics; Educational Status; Female; Funding Source; Geriatric Assessment; Geriatric Depression Scale; Happiness; Health Status; Hong Kong; Human; Inpatients; Internal Consistency; Interviews; Loneliness; Male; Mann-Whitney U Test; Marital Status; Middle Age; Nursing Homes; P-Value; Pain Measurement; Personal Satisfaction; Psychological Tests; Quantitative Studies; Revised UCLA Loneliness Scale; Scales; Spearman’s Rank Correlation Coefficient; Summated Rating Scaling; Test-Retest Reliability
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