Soins. Gerontologie

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  1. [Review of the personalised project for elderly people in Béarn and Soule].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):13 (2016) PMID 26976312

    A review was carried out of the implementation of personalised projects, defined in the recommendations of the French national agency for the assessment and the quality of social and medical-social services and institutions (ANSEM), in nursing homes and long-term care units in Béarn and Soule. W...
  2. [A Swiss medical-social institution and the Snoezelen concept].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):41 (2016) PMID 26976319

    In collaboration with six student nurses from the Geneva Haute École de Santé, the Les Franchises medical-social institution in Geneva has launched an innovative project: the integration of the Snoezelen concept into its care programme, which will benefit residents with moderate or advanced deme...
  3. ["I believe that dialysis has improved my health status"].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(117):30 (2016) PMID 26805645

    For JM, dialysis is not a battle but a life contract which requires a time of adaptation both on a physical as well as an organisational level. After a few months of treatment, he describes here in simple terms how he feels about this new and unknown world, one which he is getting to grips with ...
  4. [Haemodialysis, sociological analysis of caregivers and patients].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(117):22 (2016) PMID 26805643

    The trajectory of elderly patients undergoing haemodialysis is different from that of younger patients. A detailed description of these trajectories has resulted in the identification of certain characteristics inherent to the elderly. A study suggests moving beyond the perceptual knowledge of t...
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    Soins. Gerontologie 21(117):45 (2016) PMID 26805648

  6. [Hospital auxiliary staff, between polyvalence and invisibility].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):37 (2016) PMID 26976318

    Often underestimated, hospital auxiliary staff carry out on a daily basis a professional activity that may be difficult to define and/or recognize. What does their work consist in and what are the boundaries of the scope of their activity? Faced with a growing rate of absenteeism among these mem...
  7. [Residential care for elderly dependent people].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):10 (2016) PMID 26976311

    Today, nursing homes increasingly offer different care solutions to elderly people with Alzheimer's or related forms of dementia. This policy of support forms part of an approach to prevent the risk factors of the loss of autonomy of elderly people. Different types of care within the same nursin...
  8. [Interests of an olfactory stimulation activity in a nursing home].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):31 (2016) PMID 26976316

    The comparison between the memories productions of residents in a nursing home through two reminiscence activities, one including olfaction and not the other one, can highlight an increasing occurrence of recent memories in the case of olfactory activity. A longer talk time is also observed and ...
  9. [Training for nurse coordinators in nursing homes].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):18 (2016) PMID 26976313

    For the last three years, the Poitou-Charentes regional health agency has organised and funded training for nurse coordinators in nursing homes. The training programme, created in partnership with the Poitiers healthcare manager training institute, enables professionals with multiple responsibil...
  10. [The support of the elderly person on haemodialysis along its care pathway].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(117):18 (2016) PMID 26805642

    The ageing of the population is associated with an increase in the incidence of chronic renal failure. Management of the condition must be adapted to the specificities linked to ageing. With end-stage renal failure, haemodialysis is a substitution technique offered under certain conditions. The ...
  11. [The diet of the elderly person undergoing dialysis].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(117):25 (2016) PMID 26805644

    The elderly patient undergoing dialysis is often at risk of undernutrition. The condition may already be present at the pre-dialysis stage and can worsen once dialysis starts. Aside from the impact on the patient's quality of life and general health status, undernutrition exposes them to serious...
  12. [Peritoneal dialysis today and tomorrow].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(117):14 (2016) PMID 26805641

    Peritoneal dialysis was first used in the 1980s. Less well-known than haemodialysis, it represents an important treatment option for elderly patients at home. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved.
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    Soins. Gerontologie 21(117):1 (2016) PMID 26805638

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    Soins. Gerontologie 21(117):47 (2016) PMID 26805649

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    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):45 (2016) PMID 26976320

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    Soins. Gerontologie 21(117):9 (2016) PMID 26805639

  17. [A photographic competition on hand hygiene in a nursing home].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):34 (2016) PMID 26976317

    Hand hygiene is often considered as the attribute of caregivers. However, it is the patient who is increasingly targeted by improved communication around hygiene in care notably in the framework of the "Clean Hands Mission". In this sense, the French regional centres for the fight against nosoco...
  18. [What happened after meprobamate's withdrawal? Survey in two nursing homes].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):26 (2016) PMID 26976315

    We have conducted in two nursing homes a survey to study the impact of meprobamate's withdrawal, at the beginning of 2012, in terms of extent of prescribing to others psychotropic drugs and occurrence of adverse events. After meprobamate's withdrawal, 65 % of residents did not receive alternativ...
  19. [Training and representation of dementia of workers in nursing homes].

    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):21 (2016) PMID 26976314

    Training could be a lever for improving the quality of care of residents with dementia in nursing homes by changing social representations. Beyond a simple assessment of acquired knowledge, a change of social representations could be indicative of a true appropriation of the content of the train...
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    Soins. Gerontologie 21(118):47 (2016) PMID 26976321