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The measurement of satisfaction with health care: implications for practice from a systematic review of the literature (Journal article, 2003)Satisfaction and its measurement are important for public policy analysts, healthcare managers, practitioners and users. Despite problems with establishing a tangible definition of “satisfaction” and difficulties with its ...
Experiences and challenges of home care nurses and general practitioners in home-based palliative care – a qualitative study (Journal article, 2018)Background Norway has one of the lowest home death rates in Europe. However, it is the health authorities´ ambition to increase this by facilitating palliative care at home. The aim of this study was to achieve more ...
Variations in drug-related problems detected by multidisciplinary teams in Norwegian nursing homes and home nursing care (Journal article, 2018)Objective: Traditionally, nursing homes have been associated with suboptimal drug therapy and drug-related problems (DRPs). In contrast, less is known about drug safety in homecare. The aim of this study was to describe ...
Utilization of medical healthcare among people receiving long‐term care at home or in special accommodation (Journal article, 2010)Aim: To investigate the utilization of medical healthcare, hospital care and outpatient care, during a 1‐year period in relation to informal care, multimorbidity, functional status and health complaints and to long‐term ...
(Fafo-rapport;2016:06, Report, 2016)Hvordan organiserer norske kommuner sine pleie- og omsorgstjenester – og hvorfor? Er noen måter å organisere tjenestene på mer ressurseffektive enn andre? Hvilke kommuner produserer best kvalitet på tjenestene? Er god ...