A Depression Care Management Intervention for Home Health Nurses
|Abstract||Purpose: To examine the implementation of a web-based depression care management training program to increase home health nurses’ knowledge and attitudes regarding depression.
Background and Significance: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in 2015 that the incidence of major depression in elderly receiving home health service rose to 13.5% compared to less than 5% with those not receiving care in the community.
Materials and Methods: An intervention program was offered to a convenience sample of home health nurses caring for elderly in the community. The Depression CARE for Patients AT Home (depression CAREPATH), which is an evidenced-based online training program consisting of didactic resources about depression scre... (more)
|Contributor||Rivera, Argie (Author)|
|Subject||Depression / Education / Home Health Nursing / Elderly|
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|Collaborating Institutions||College of Nursing and Health Innovation|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|