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Mental illness and dementia : quick reference guide for non-clinical care providers | Singh, Sangita ; Tsokas, Mario | Toronto : Regional Geriatric program of Toronto , 2020 (second edition), , 35 p. |

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"Dementia and other mental health illnesses change the way a brain works. Older adults with these illnesses show changes in the way they think, behave, and talk. How staff communicate and work with the client can help build strong and positive relationships. This guide was first published in 2012 and has been widely used by care staff. It continues to be requested today. For this reason, we felt that it was important to review and update it based on all the new information that is now available. The reader will find many updates throughout. The goal of the second edition remains the same as that of the first: helping staff to build strong and positive relationships with their clients and to give care that is based on a good understanding of the client's illness." (Extrait du document)
"Dementia and other mental health illnesses change the way a brain works. Older adults with these illnesses show changes in the way they think, behave, and talk. How staff communicate and work with the client can help build strong and positive relationships. This guide was first published in 2012 and has been widely used by care staff. It continues to be requested today. For this reason, we felt ...

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"Les protocoles d'isolement et l'utilisation d'équipements de protection individuelle tels que blouses, gants et masques peuvent rendre les patients encore plus craintifs et désorientés. Les personnes malentendantes peuvent avoir des difficultés à comprendre ce que les prestataires de soins disent derrière un masque et peuvent avoir besoin de communication écrite." (Extrait du document)

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COVID-19 : BGS statement on research for older people during the COVID-19 pandemic | British Geriatrics Society | London, UK : British Geriatrics Society , 2020 , [13 p.] . |

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"1. In studies describing the clinical trajectories of patients with COVID-19:

Frailty should be described using:
The Clinical Frailty Scale for studies collecting new empirical data directly from patients.
The Electronic Frailty Index for studies using routinely collected data in the community.
The Hospital Frailty Risk Score for studies using routinely collected data in hospitals.
A calculated Frailty Index for studies based on remote completion of questionnaire data (postal, telephone, internet-based).

Delirium should be detected using the 4AT.

Cognition should be measured using the 4-point version of the Abbreviated Mental Test (AMT-4). Where a more sensitive or specific test is required, one that is both in wide clinical usage and relatively brief should be deployed. Where possible, an estimate of pre-morbid cognition should be taken with the Informant Questionnaire for Cognitive Decline in the Elderly (IQCODE).

Functional status should be measured using the widely used 20-point Barthel Index for basic activities of daily living, and the Nottingham Extended Activities of Daily Living Index for instrumental activities of daily living.
2. Older people, including those with frailty, should be included in in clinical trials of treatments or interventions for COVID-19 that may subsequently be used in older populations with frailty.

3. It is important that issues apart from COVID-specific illness trajectory and treatments for the virus are investigated." (BGS)
"1. In studies describing the clinical trajectories of patients with COVID-19:

Frailty should be described using:
The Clinical Frailty Scale for studies collecting new empirical data directly from patients.
The Electronic Frailty Index for studies using routinely collected data in the community.
The Hospital Frailty Risk Score for studies using routinely collected data in hospitals.
A calculated ...

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Coronavirus : managing delirium in confirmed and suspected cases | British Geriatrics Society | London, UK : British Geriatrics Society , 2020 (udated 25 march 2020), . |

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"Delirium, the clinical expression of encephalopathy, is important in the context of COVID-19, because (a) delirium may be a symptom at presentation and/or during management, and (b) the behavioural changes commonly seen in delirium, particularly agitation, may make management including delivery of care and reducing the risk of cross-infection more challenging."

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"Each chapter provides:
• Background on a clinical topic
• Strategies you can use in your caregiving
• Tips for how to communicate with professionals
• Resources for further support.
Each chapter includes important tips in boxes that:
• Challenge some of the common myths
• Share facts you need to know
• Provide tools that you can print out and use at your convenience."
"Each chapter provides:
• Background on a clinical topic
• Strategies you can use in your caregiving
• Tips for how to communicate with professionals
• Resources for further support.
Each chapter includes important tips in boxes that:
• Challenge some of the common myths
• Share facts you need to know
• Provide tools that you can print out and use at your convenience."

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Dementia in Nursing Homes | Schüssler, Sandra ; Lohrmann, Christa | Cham, Switzerland : Springer , 2017 , vi, 248 p. |

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"Written by leading international experts, this book discusses the latest advances in the field of dementia in nursing homes. The topics and findings covered are based on their survey and on a scientific literature review. Dementia is spreading worldwide, placing a growing burden on healthcare systems and caregivers, as well as those affected. With increasing and complex care needs, nursing home admission is often necessary. Globally, over half of nursing home residents suffer from dementia. The book provides essential information on the most important issues in dementia in nursing homes today, including meaningful activities, patient-/person-centered care, psychosocial interventions, challenging behavior, inclusion and support of family members, pain, staff training and education, communication, polypharmacy, quality of life, end-of-life care and advanced care planning, depression, delirium, multidisciplinary approaches, physical restraints and care dependency. Each topic is covered by an international expert in dementia. 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."
"Written by leading international experts, this book discusses the latest advances in the field of dementia in nursing homes. The topics and findings covered are based on their survey and on a scientific literature review. Dementia is spreading worldwide, placing a growing burden on healthcare systems and caregivers, as well as those affected. With increasing and complex care needs, nursing home ...

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Soins infirmiers aux aînés en perte d'autonomie | Voyer, Philippe | Montréal : Pearson / ERPI , 2021 (3e édition), , xviii, 697 p. |

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Révisé en profondeur afin de mieux refléter la réalité des aînés, cette nouvelle édition vise à bien préparer les étudiants en basant l’entièreté des apprentissages et des exemples sur des données récentes et ancrées dans le réel : celui du terrain et des institutions médico-sociales.

Au programme, notamment : une section consacrée à l’aide médicale à mourir, des descriptions détaillées des soins pour guider les étudiants pas à pas, ainsi que des formulaires cliniques modèles.
Révisé en profondeur afin de mieux refléter la réalité des aînés, cette nouvelle édition vise à bien préparer les étudiants en basant l’entièreté des apprentissages et des exemples sur des données récentes et ancrées dans le réel : celui du terrain et des institutions médico-sociales.

Au programme, notamment : une section consacrée à l’aide médicale à mourir, des descriptions détaillées des ...

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Delirium clinical care standard | Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care | Sydney : Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care , 2021 (Revised ), , iv, 47 p. |

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"This clinical care standard aims to improve the prevention of delirium in patients at risk - and the early diagnosis and treatment of patients with delirium." (Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care)

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Practical strategies in geriatric mental health : cases and approaches | Dunn, Laura B. ; Cassidy-Eagle, Erin L. | Washington, DC : American Psychiatric Association , 2020 , xix, 491 p. |

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The experienced editors of Practical Strategies in Geriatric Mental Health: Cases and Approaches recognize that older patients can pose unique challenges to general practitioners working outside this specialty, and that the shortage of geriatric mental health specialists makes the creation of trustworthy, user-friendly resources more critical than ever. In response, they produced this book to be accessible not only to physicians and mental health practitioners, but also to a broader audience of care and service providers for older adults, such as social workers and nurses. From the depressed patient who has not responded to one or more trials of antidepressants and is now losing weight and rarely leaving home, to the patient with major neurocognitive disorder whose behavior has become increasingly difficult for caregivers, older adults frequently present with complex diagnostic and treatment challenges. Each chapter focuses on a specific symptom or disorder (e.g., depressive symptoms/syndromes, anxiety, neurocognitive disorder with behavioral disturbance, grief) and begins with a "chief complaint," borrowed from common real-world clinical scenarios. A brief clinical vignette portrays how the chief complaint is often presented, followed by relevant discussion of practical approaches to assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. These cases bring the material to life and illustrate relevant clinical applications, as well as the nuances of common presentations. • Chapters are consistent in structure, flowing from the case illustration to diagnostic and assessment tools to treatment options, and ending with a return to the case to integrate the material presented.• Clinical guidelines and assessment tools suitable for both nonexperts and experts are provided for use in clinical encounters to assess functioning and treatment effectiveness.• Easy-to-follow algorithms, brief behavioral interventions, additional resources (e.g., organizations, websites, books to recommend to patients and families), and clear, take-home pearls are also included, making this text a valuable repository of usable information.• The text acknowledges the reality that the patient belongs to a family system. Family members, who are often also caregivers, have questions and fears -- and their own medical and mental health conditions. Accordingly, the authors carefully consider family input and influence on the clinical situation. Comorbid medical conditions, the increased likelihood of medication interactions, and the presence of cognitive changes all can complicate and confuse the clinical picture. Practical Strategies in Geriatric Mental Health: Cases and Approaches brings the geriatric psychiatrist's knowledge base and armamentarium to the reader, who will find its guidance essential and empowering.
The experienced editors of Practical Strategies in Geriatric Mental Health: Cases and Approaches recognize that older patients can pose unique challenges to general practitioners working outside this specialty, and that the shortage of geriatric mental health specialists makes the creation of trustworthy, user-friendly resources more critical than ever. In response, they produced this book to be ...

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Delirium [109]

Démence [36]

psychogériatrie [19]

Maladie d'Alzheimer [18]

Soins infirmiers gériatriques [17]

Personne âgée [16]

Prise en charge [16]

Diagnostic [15]

Gérontopsychiatrie [15]

Trouble cognitif [15]

Prévention [14]

Dépression [13]

Traitement (Thérapeutique) [13]

Hospitalisation [12]

Trouble mental [12]

Manuel [11]

Adaptation des services [10]

Dépistage [10]

Gériatrie [10]

Proche aidant [10]

Centre d'hébergement et de soins de longue durée [8]

Centre hospitalier [8]

Outil d'évaluation [8]

Soins infirmiers gérontopsychiatriques [8]

Soins palliatifs [8]

Symptomes psychologiques et comportementaux de la démence [8]

Trouble du comportement [8]

Personne atteinte [7]

Soins en fin de vie [7]

Agitation [6]

Guide de pratique clinique [6]

Psychiatrie [6]

Approche clinique [5]

Approche thérapeutique [5]

Comportement perturbateur [5]

Diagnostic étiologique [5]

Évaluation [5]

Facteur de risque [5]

Intervention infirmière [5]

Qualité des soins et services [5]

Santé mentale [5]

Services et soins gérontologiques et gériatriques [5]

Soins périopératoires [5]

Approche centrée sur la personne [4]

Chute [4]

COVID-19 [4]

Évaluation psychique [4]

Hallucination [4]

Hébergement [4]

Milieu de vie institutionnel [4]

Neurologie [4]

Outil de dépistage [4]

Prise de décision [4]

Recommandation [4]

Soins de longue durée [4]

Soins infirmiers [4]

Soins infirmiers fondés sur des données probantes [4]

Soins intensifs [4]

Urgence [4]

Antipsychotique [3]

Approche non pharmacologique [3]

Étude de cas [3]

Évaluation gériatrique [3]

Examen clinique [3]

Fin de la vie [3]

Formation du personnel [3]

Lignes directrices [3]

Normes et standards [3]

Ouvrage de référence [3]

Pratique professionnelle [3]

Psychogérontologie [3]

Recherche [3]

Symptôme [3]

Trouble psychotique [3]

Amélioration de la qualité [2]

Canada [2]

Cheminement clinique [2]

confusion assessment method [2]

Congrès, conférence, colloque, symposium [2]

Définition [2]

Diagnostic différentiel [2]

Famille [2]

Fragilité [2]

Gérontopsychiatre [2]

Guide [2]

Hypothèse [2]

Interdisciplinarité [2]

Maladie du système nerveux [2]

Médecine générale [2]

Médicament [2]

Mort [2]

Personne âgée fragile [2]

Personne en perte d'autonomie [2]

Pharmacothérapie [2]

Pronostic [2]

Québec (province) [2]

Relations interprofessionnelles [2]

Schizophrénie [2]

Soins à domicile [2]

Suicide [2]

Technique et procédé diagnostiques [2]

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[et al] [16]

Voyer, Philippe [11]

et al [10]

BELANGER, Louise [4]

AMES, David [3]

COULOMBE, Renée [3]

GROSSBERG, George T. [3]

Kergoat, Marie-Jeanne [3]

Lichtenberg, Peter A. [3]

Rey, Sylvie [3]

ROCH, Geneviève [3]

Rockwood, Kenneth [3]

WANIS, Linda [3]

Bateman, Catherine [2]

Blazer, Dan G. [2]

BORDELEAU, Paul [2]

British Geriatrics Society [2]

Clément, Jean-Pierre [2]

Crocq, Marc-Antoine [2]

CUMMINGS, Jeffrey L. [2]

FERREY, Gilbert [2]

First, Michael B. [2]

FRETER, Susan H. [2]

Haute Autorité de santé [2]

HAZIF-THOMAS, Cyril [2]

HERVY, Marie-Pierre [2]

Hill, James [2]

HOGAN, David [2]

Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal [2]

Jeandel, Claude [2]

LE GOUÈS, Gérard [2]

Lebel, Paule [2]

LÉGER, Jean-Marie [2]

MCCABE, Laura [2]

MÉTAIS, Patrick [2]

Minh Vu, Thien Tuong [2]

PANCRAZI-BOYER, Marie-Pierre [2]

PARÉ, Chantal [2]

Registered nurses association of Ontario. Nursing best practices guidelines program [2]

Sirois, Michèle [2]

Steffens, David C. [2]

Thakur, Mugdha E. [2]

United States. Department of health and human services. Agency for health care policy and research [2]

ABELES, Norman [1]

ABRAHAM, Ivo L. [1]

AGRONIN, Marc E. [1]

American College of Surgeons. National Surgical Quality Improvement Program [1]

American geriatrics society [1]

American psychiatric association [1]

Anderson, Katrina [1]

Andrew, Melissa K. [1]

ANTOINE, Valéry [1]

Arcand, Marcel [1]

ARCHAMBAULT, Nathalie [1]

ARCHIBALD, Carole [1]

Arciniegas, David B. [1]

ARNAUD-CASTIGLIONI, R. [1]

Association des hôpitaux du Québec [1]

Association pour les Sciences Infirmières [1]

Association québécoise des infirmières et infirmiers en gérontologie. Colloque interdisciplinaire "Parce que nous sommes tous concernés par les personnes âgées et leurs proches" (2008 : Laval) [1]

Association suisse des infirmières et infirmiers [1]

Asthana, Sanjay [1]

ASVAZADOURIAN, Renald [1]

AUBUT, Jocelyn [1]

Australia. New South Wales department of health [1]

Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care [1]

AYOUB, Patricia [1]

BAUMGARTNER, Markus [1]

Bautrant, Thierry [1]

BAZIN, Nadine [1]

BEAUCHEMIN, Jean-Pierre [1]

BECK, John C. [1]

BÉLISLE, Claude [1]

BELMIN, Joël [1]

Benhaberou-Brun, Dalila [1]

BENNETT, Sophia [1]

BERGER, Louise [1]

Berrut, Gilles [1]

Bigaouette, Michel [1]

BILODEAU, Catherine [1]

Blair, Annaliese [1]

Blanc, Frédéric [1]

Bocti, Christian [1]

BOLLER, François [1]

BONNET, Anne-Marie [1]

BOTEZ-MARQUARD, Thérèse [1]

BOTTRELL, Melissa Marie [1]

BOUCHER, Lucie [1]

BOUDREAULT, Andréa [1]

Bourbonnais, Anne [1]

BOURGET, Christian [1]

BOURQUE, Monique [1]

BOYER, Diane [1]

BRASSARD, Catherine [1]

BRODEUR, Karina [1]

BRUMMEL-SMITH, Kenneth [1]

Bruneau, Marie-Andrée [1]

BRUNO, Marie-Odile [1]

Burns, Alistair [1]

BURTON, John R. [1]

Bush, Shirley H. [1]

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