- Implementing Evidence-Based Interventions With Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Scoping Review.
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Implementing Evidence-Based Interventions With Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Scoping Review.
But there are few resources available on how to gather information about model programs and even fewer on how to adapt them for practice. Evidence-Based Interventions for Community Dwelling Older Adults discusses how to effectively manage care beyond the hospital or clinic, as researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and academics provide an overview of evidence-based practice that works toward the best possible care for patients.
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The book also highlights the efforts of social workers, pharmacists, and case managers, and illustrates the importance of the leadership efforts of the Administration on Aging, National Council on Aging, and the Centers for Disease Control. This collection of effective fall interventions is designed to help public health practitioners, senior service providers, clinicians, and others who want to address older adult falls in their community.
This 3rd edition of the Compendium describes single interventions 15 exercise interventions, 4 home modification interventions, and 10 clinical interventions and 12 multifaceted interventions which address multiple risk factors. Each intervention is presented using a standardized format that includes a short summary and additional implementation details:.
The Compendium also includes summary tables comparing characteristics of different interventions, a bibliography, and supplemental materials. Introduction Cdc-pdf.
Single Interventions Cdc-pdf. Exercise Cdc-pdf. Home Modification Cdc-pdf. This contributes to detect malnutrition in the older community dwelling population before there are consequences of the malnutrition. Lessons learned : Narrowing down malnutrition screening to those at higher risk could be an effective intervention to increase malnutrition awareness, screening and treatment in the community.
Using risk profiles that indicate older adults who are at risk of development of malnutrition in future, may prevent malnutrition at an earlier stage. Limitations : To increase reliability of screening for malnutrition in community-dwelling elderly the use of screening instruments validated for individual patients is necessary. Moreover, these tools identify patients who are already malnourished, while screening for risk factors may lead to earlier identification of those who will become malnourished in the future.
Suggestions for future research : Behaviour change intervention target groups in the society as implementation research. Ettema, R. Early detection of malnutrition in community dwelling older people An evidence based integrated care approach.