Aktuelle forskningsprojekter inden for klinisk sygepleje

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Samspillet mellem pårørende til svækkede ældre og personalet i medicinske afdelinger - europæisk studie med 9 deltagerlande.

Ansvarlig forsker: Tove LIndhardt er koordinator for projektet og ansvarlig for det danske studie.

Projekt RiSK

Risikoidentifikation af ældre kortidsindlagte medicinske patienter. Et 2-årigt RCT-studie.

Anvarlig forsker: Tove Lindhardt.

Samarbejdspartnere: Tachista.

Food 'n' Go

Et tværfagligt forsknings- og innovationsprogram om medinddragelse af patienter og pårørende ved hjælp af teknologi.

Ansvarlig forsker: Tove Lindhardt.

Samarbejdspartnere: Tachista.

Food 'n' Go Empower

Et randomiseret, kontrolleret pilotstudie med mixed methods design, som tester feasibility og præliminær effekt af en teknologiunderstøttet indsats rettet imod ernæring og fysisk aktivitet under indlæggelsen og 3 måneder efter udskrivelsen.

Ansvarlig forsker: Tove LIndhardt.

Samarbejdspartnere:  Tachista, Gladsaxe kommune.

Signe Eekholm, study I

The aim is to perform a systematic review of literature using implementation frameworks, models and theories for implementing clinical pathway.

Ansvarlig forsker: Signe Eekholm. 

Vejledere: Tove Lindhardt, Gerd Ahlström, Jimmie Kristensson.

Signe Eekholm, study II 

Investigate gaps between current and evidence- based care and treatment, and identify barriers and facilitators at individual, team and organizational level for following recommendations for care and treatment of CAP patients.

Ansvarlig forsker: Signe Eekholm.

Vejledere: Tove Lindhardt, Gerd Ahlström, Jimmie Kristensson.

Signe Eekholm, study III

Develop a tailored implementation strategy based on theoretical framework for implementation and on identified barriers and facilitators for implementation of clinical guidelines.

Ansvarlig forsker: Signe Eekholm.

Vejledere: Tove Lindhardt, Gerd Ahlström, Jimmie Kristensson.

Signe Eekholm, study IV 

Pilot test and evaluate feasibility of the developed implementation strategy.

Ansvarlig forsker: Signe Eekholm.

Vejledere: Tove Lindhardt, Gerd Ahlström, Jimmie Kristensson.

 

Research projects

RiSK - Risk identification of older, short-term hospitalized patients

Aim:              To investigate and compare the effect of two preventive interventions on readmissions, loss of function, quality of life and cost-benefit compared to current practice

 

Design: Randomized controlled trial with 2 intervention and one control group

Funding: 2.75 million Dkr (external funding)

Timeframe: January 2013 - December 2014

Partners: Rødovre, Ballerup, Herlev, and Gladsaxe  municipalities

 

Food'n'Go - Empower - A research and Innovation Program

Aim:              a. To develop, test and implement innovative information communication technology

solutions to involvement and increased empowerment of older patients and their families, in relation to frequent problems during the hospital stay and at home after discharge

b. To identify barriers and facilitators for older patients' use of health and welfare technology and test interventions in relation to increasing their opportunities for use of technology and empowerment

Funding: 750.000 Dkr. from the Capital Region OPI pool for the design and development of the prototype

Timeframe:

  1. An ethnographic pre-study was carried out from April 2013 - August 2013 and provided data for the design and development phase
  2. Design and development was carried out from August 2013 until November 2013, with the involvement of patients and their families as well as the hospital central kitchen
  3. The prototype was available on November 30th, 2013
  4. A quasi-experimental pilot project started up in May 2014 and is running until November 2014 testing the feasibility of the solution
  5. RCT - project is expected to commence in 2015

 

Partners:   The IT-company Tachista and central kitchen at Herlev Hospital, patients and relatives, municipalities

Family collaboration in medical ward - A European Study

Aim:

    1. To describe and compare European relatives' involvement in informal care, as well as their assessment of - and expectations to - the collaboration with the staff of medical departments
    2. Testing The Family Collaboration Scale (FCS) for feasibility, dimensionality, validity and reliability in 7 countries

 

Design: A cross-sectional European, descriptive, comparative survey study
Funding: Internal
Timeframe: January 2012 - July 2015. Danish data collection completed in December 2013
Partners: 9 European countries (European Research Foundation-network) 
 

Cultural health counsellors - help on the way through the health care system

Aim:

  1. To identify problems in cross-sectorial treatment of older people in ethnic minority groups, and to identify barriers in the health care system as well as in citizens and their networks, and to identify best practice in order to design of the model of the counselling function
  2. To develop, test and evaluate this model by a pilot project

 

Design: Explorative, descriptive, and a pilot testing of the intervention
Funding: 2.32 million Dkr. (external funding)
Timeframe: PhD study October 2013 - 2016
Partners: Dept. of migrant and ethnic health (MESU) at Copenhagen University, University

College in Hillerød, Gladsaxe municipality, Herlev Hospital Unit for Cross-sectorial Cooperation, Research and Development (ETSUF) & Department of Internal Medicine

 

Implementing a patient's clinical pathway for community-acquired pneumonia

Aim:              To design, explore and evaluate a tailored strategy for implementing a complex

                      intervention aimed at elderly patients with community-acquired pneumonia, and

                      examine the effect of this

 

Design: Implementation Research Design and stepped wedge design
Financing: 50 % internal funding; application going on for external funding for the rest
Timeframe: PhD-study January 2014 - December 2018
Partner: University of Lund, Sweden

Implementation of person-centred care and treatment - An action research project

Aim:              To investigate whether person-centred care and treatment can be implemented in an

                      entire department through an employee-driven change process, and whether this leads

                      to better patient and staff experience of person-centeredness

 

Design: Action Research Design
Funding: Internal
Timeframe: September 2013 - September 2015
Partners: Patients, relatives, nurses and physicians in all ward of department of Internal Medicine

 

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