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Prevalence, causes, and consequences of moral distress in healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia in long-term care during a pandemic

Lynn Haslam-Larmer, Alisa Grigorovich, Hannah Quirt, Katia Engel, Steven Stewart, Kevin Rodrigues, Pia Kontos, Arlene Astell, Josephine McMurray, AnneMarie Levy, Kathleen S Bingham, Alastair J Flint, Colleen Maxwell & Andrea Iaboni
Healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia may experience moral distress when faced with ethically challenging situations, such as the inability to provide care that is consistent with their values. The COVID-19 pandemic produced conditions in long-term care homes (hereafter referred to as ‘care homes’) that could potentially contribute to moral distress. We conducted an online survey to examine changes in moral distress during the pandemic, its contributing factors and correlates, and its impact...

COVID-19 vaccination delivery in long-term-care using the CARD (Comfort Ask Relax Distract) system: Mixed methods study of implementation drivers

Anna Taddio, Katherine S. McGilton, Nancy Zheng, Lydia Yeung, Benoit Lafleur, Jollee S.T. Fung, Noni E. MacDonald, Melissa K. Andrew & Chris P. Verschoor
CARD (comfort, ask, relax, distract) is a vaccine delivery framework that includes interventions to improve the patient’s experience. CARD has not been previously implemented in long-term care (LTC) settings. This study evaluated drivers to implementation for COVID-19 vaccinations in an LTC facility. Postimplementation interpretive evaluation including qualitative interviews and quantitative surveys with eight participants. The Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) was used for analysis. Adverse reactions to vaccinations and CARD interventions, including local reactogenicity...

COVID-19 Vaccination Delivery in Long-Term-Care using the CARD (Comfort Ask Relax Distract) System: Mixed Methods study of Implementation Drivers

Anna Taddio, Katherine S. McGilton, Nancy Zheng, Lydia Yeung, Benoit Lafleur, Jollee S.T. Fung, Noni E. MacDonald, Melissa K. Andrew & Chris P. Verschoor
CARD (comfort, ask, relax, distract) is a vaccine delivery framework that includes interventions to improve the patient’s experience. CARD has not been previously implemented in long-term care (LTC) settings. This study evaluated drivers to implementation for COVID-19 vaccinations in an LTC facility. Postimplementation interpretive evaluation including qualitative interviews and quantitative surveys with eight participants. The Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) was used for analysis. Adverse reactions to vaccinations and CARD interventions, including local reactogenicity...

Additional file 2 of The impact of facility-based transitional care programs on function and discharge destination for older adults with cognitive impairment: a systematic review

Alexia Cumal, Tracey J. F. Colella, Martine T. Puts, Poonam Sehgal, Sheryl Robertson & Katherine S. McGilton
Additional file 2. Registry Search Strategies, Results and the Dates the Registries were Last Searched.

Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function

Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange … & Sanjeev Kumar
ObjectiveNeuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) are prevalent in neurodegenerative disorders, however, their frequency and impact on function across different disorders is not well understood. We compared the frequency and severity of NPS across Alzheimer's disease (AD) (either with mild cognitive impairment or dementia), Cerebrovascular disease (CVD), Parkinson's disease (PD), frontotemporal dementia (FTD), and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and explored the association between NPS burden and function.MethodsWe obtained data from Ontario Neurodegenerative Disease Research Initiative (ONDRI) that included...

Perceptions of patients and nurses regarding the use of wearables in inpatient settings: a mixed methods study

Vikas Patel, Sabreena Moosa, Sanjana Sundaram, Laura Langer, Thomas E. MacMillan, Rodrigo Cavalcanti, Peter Cram, Keith Gunaratne, Mark Bayley & Robert Wu
Wearable devices for hospitalized patients could help improve care. The purpose of this study was to highlight key barriers and facilitators involved in adopting wearable technology in acute care settings using patient and clinician feedback. Hospitalized patients, 18 years or older, were recruited at the General Medicine inpatient units in Toronto, Ontario to wear the Fitbit® Charge 2 or Charge 3. Fifty General Medicine adult inpatients were recruited. Patients and nurses provided feedback on structured...

Supplemental Material - Prevalence, causes, and consequences of moral distress in healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia in long-term care during a pandemic

Lynn Haslam-Larmer, Alisa Grigorovich, Hannah Quirt, Katia Engel, Steven Stewart, Kevin Rodrigues, Pia Kontos, Arlene Astell, Josephine McMurray, AnneMarie Levy, Kathleen S Bingham, Alastair J Flint, Colleen Maxwell & Andrea Iaboni
Supplemental Material for Prevalence, causes, and consequences of moral distress in healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia in long-term care during a pandemic by Lynn Haslam-Larmer, Alisa Grigorovich, Hannah Quirt, Katia Engel, Steven Stewart, Pia Kontos, Arlene Astell, Josephine McMurray, AnneMarie Levy, Kathleen S. Bingham, Kevin Rodrigues, Alastair J. Flint, Colleen Maxwell, Andrea Iaboni in Dementia

Therapists’ perspectives on using brain-computer interface-triggered functional electrical stimulation therapy for individuals living with upper extremity paralysis: a qualitative case series study

Hope Jervis-Rademeyer, Kenneth Ong, Alexander Djuric, Sarah Munce, Kristin E. Musselman & Cesar Marquez-Chin
Abstract Background Brain computer interface-triggered functional electrical stimulation therapy (BCI-FEST) has shown promise as a therapy to improve upper extremity function for individuals who have had a stroke or spinal cord injury. The next step is to determine whether BCI-FEST could be used clinically as part of broader therapy practice. To do this, we need to understand therapists’ opinions on using the BCI-FEST and what limitations potentially exist. Therefore, we conducted a qualitative exploratory study...

sj-pdf-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 - Supplemental material for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function

Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange … & Sanjeev Kumar
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function by Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange, Stephen Pasternak, Alicia Peltsch,...

sj-docx-2-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 - Supplemental material for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function

Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange … & Sanjeev Kumar
Supplemental material, sj-docx-2-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function by Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange, Stephen Pasternak, Alicia Peltsch,...

Additional file 1 of The impact of facility-based transitional care programs on function and discharge destination for older adults with cognitive impairment: a systematic review

Alexia Cumal, Tracey J. F. Colella, Martine T. Puts, Poonam Sehgal, Sheryl Robertson & Katherine S. McGilton
Additional file 1. Full Database Search Strategies and Search Results.

The impact of facility-based transitional care programs on function and discharge destination for older adults with cognitive impairment: a systematic review

Alexia Cumal, Tracey J. F. Colella, Martine T. Puts, Poonam Sehgal, Sheryl Robertson & Katherine S. McGilton
Abstract Background Older adults with cognitive impairment are frequently hospitalized and discharged to facility-based transitional care programs (TCPs). However, it is unknown whether TCPs are effective in improving their functional status and promoting discharge home rather than to long-term care. The aims of this systematic review were to examine the effectiveness of facility-based TCPs on functional status, patient and health services outcomes for older adults (≥ 65 years) with cognitive impairment and to determine what...

Additional file 4 of The impact of facility-based transitional care programs on function and discharge destination for older adults with cognitive impairment: a systematic review

Alexia Cumal, Tracey J. F. Colella, Martine T. Puts, Poonam Sehgal, Sheryl Robertson & Katherine S. McGilton
Additional file 4. Extracted Data.

Additional file 1 of Therapists’ perspectives on using brain-computer interface-triggered functional electrical stimulation therapy for individuals living with upper extremity paralysis: a qualitative case series study

Hope Jervis-Rademeyer, Kenneth Ong, Alexander Djuric, Sarah Munce, Kristin E. Musselman & Cesar Marquez-Chin
Additional file 1. Semi-structured interview guide based on the COM-B model of behaviour change self-evaluation questionnaire described in ‘The Behaviour Change Wheel: a guide to designing interventions’ by Michie, Atkins and West (2014).

sj-docx-3-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 - Supplemental material for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function

Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange … & Sanjeev Kumar
Supplemental material, sj-docx-3-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function by Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange, Stephen Pasternak, Alicia Peltsch,...

Additional file 1 of Therapists’ perspectives on using brain-computer interface-triggered functional electrical stimulation therapy for individuals living with upper extremity paralysis: a qualitative case series study

Hope Jervis-Rademeyer, Kenneth Ong, Alexander Djuric, Sarah Munce, Kristin E. Musselman & Cesar Marquez-Chin
Additional file 1. Semi-structured interview guide based on the COM-B model of behaviour change self-evaluation questionnaire described in ‘The Behaviour Change Wheel: a guide to designing interventions’ by Michie, Atkins and West (2014).

Supplemental Material - Prevalence, causes, and consequences of moral distress in healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia in long-term care during a pandemic

Lynn Haslam-Larmer, Alisa Grigorovich, Hannah Quirt, Katia Engel, Steven Stewart, Kevin Rodrigues, Pia Kontos, Arlene Astell, Josephine McMurray, AnneMarie Levy, Kathleen S Bingham, Alastair J Flint, Colleen Maxwell & Andrea Iaboni
Supplemental Material for Prevalence, causes, and consequences of moral distress in healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia in long-term care during a pandemic by Lynn Haslam-Larmer, Alisa Grigorovich, Hannah Quirt, Katia Engel, Steven Stewart, Pia Kontos, Arlene Astell, Josephine McMurray, AnneMarie Levy, Kathleen S. Bingham, Kevin Rodrigues, Alastair J. Flint, Colleen Maxwell, Andrea Iaboni in Dementia

Prevalence, causes, and consequences of moral distress in healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia in long-term care during a pandemic

Lynn Haslam-Larmer, Alisa Grigorovich, Hannah Quirt, Katia Engel, Steven Stewart, Kevin Rodrigues, Pia Kontos, Arlene Astell, Josephine McMurray, AnneMarie Levy, Kathleen S Bingham, Alastair J Flint, Colleen Maxwell & Andrea Iaboni
Healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia may experience moral distress when faced with ethically challenging situations, such as the inability to provide care that is consistent with their values. The COVID-19 pandemic produced conditions in long-term care homes (hereafter referred to as ‘care homes’) that could potentially contribute to moral distress. We conducted an online survey to examine changes in moral distress during the pandemic, its contributing factors and correlates, and its impact...

Additional file 2 of The impact of facility-based transitional care programs on function and discharge destination for older adults with cognitive impairment: a systematic review

Alexia Cumal, Tracey J. F. Colella, Martine T. Puts, Poonam Sehgal, Sheryl Robertson & Katherine S. McGilton
Additional file 2. Registry Search Strategies, Results and the Dates the Registries were Last Searched.

Additional file 3 of The impact of facility-based transitional care programs on function and discharge destination for older adults with cognitive impairment: a systematic review

Alexia Cumal, Tracey J. F. Colella, Martine T. Puts, Poonam Sehgal, Sheryl Robertson & Katherine S. McGilton
Additional file 3: Table S1. Risk of Bias Assessment for Cohort Studies; Table S2. Risk of Bias Assessment for Cross-Sectional Studies; Table S3. Characteristics of Included Studies; Table S4. Patient Outcomes; Table S5. Health Services Outcomes.

sj-pdf-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 - Supplemental material for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function

Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange … & Sanjeev Kumar
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function by Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange, Stephen Pasternak, Alicia Peltsch,...

sj-docx-2-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 - Supplemental material for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function

Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange … & Sanjeev Kumar
Supplemental material, sj-docx-2-cpa-10.1177_07067437221147443 for Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function by Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange, Stephen Pasternak, Alicia Peltsch,...

Neuropsychiatric Symptom Burden across Neurodegenerative Disorders and its Association with Function

Daniel Kapustin, Shadi Zarei, Wei Wang, Malcolm A. Binns, Paula M. McLaughlin, Agessandro Abrahao, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, David Breen, Leanna Casaubon, Dar Dowlatshahi, Elizabeth Finger, Corinne E Fischer, Andrew Frank, Morris Freedman, David Grimes, Ayman Hassan, Mandar Jog, Donna Kwan, Anthony Lang, Brian Levine, Jennifer Mandzia, Connie Marras, Mario Masellis, Joseph B. Orange … & Sanjeev Kumar
ObjectiveNeuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) are prevalent in neurodegenerative disorders, however, their frequency and impact on function across different disorders is not well understood. We compared the frequency and severity of NPS across Alzheimer's disease (AD) (either with mild cognitive impairment or dementia), Cerebrovascular disease (CVD), Parkinson's disease (PD), frontotemporal dementia (FTD), and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and explored the association between NPS burden and function.MethodsWe obtained data from Ontario Neurodegenerative Disease Research Initiative (ONDRI) that included...

Data from: Demonstrating the potential for dynamic auditory stimulation to contribute to motion sickness

Behrang Keshavarz, Lawrence J. Hettinger, Robert S. Kennedy & Jennifer L. Campos
Auditory cues can create the illusion of self-motion (vection) in the absence of visual or physical stimulation. The present study aimed to determine whether auditory cues alone can also elicit motion sickness and how auditory cues contribute to motion sickness when added to visual motion stimuli. Twenty participants were seated in front of a curved projection display and were exposed to a virtual scene that constantly rotated around the participant's vertical axis. The virtual scene...

Perceptions of patients and nurses regarding the use of wearables in inpatient settings: a mixed methods study

Vikas Patel, Sabreena Moosa, Sanjana Sundaram, Laura Langer, Thomas E. MacMillan, Rodrigo Cavalcanti, Peter Cram, Keith Gunaratne, Mark Bayley & Robert Wu
Wearable devices for hospitalized patients could help improve care. The purpose of this study was to highlight key barriers and facilitators involved in adopting wearable technology in acute care settings using patient and clinician feedback. Hospitalized patients, 18 years or older, were recruited at the General Medicine inpatient units in Toronto, Ontario to wear the Fitbit® Charge 2 or Charge 3. Fifty General Medicine adult inpatients were recruited. Patients and nurses provided feedback on structured...

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