Journal For Advanced Nursing
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Objectives: The aim of this systematic review was to determine the impact of
- To determine the impact of patient performance measures (PMs) on the quality of care provided to patients with diabetes mellitus (DM).
- To identify gaps in current knowledge and make recommendations for future research directions based on this review.
Background: Patient performance measures (PMs) have emerged as an important measure in
Patient performance measures (PMs) have emerged as an important measure in the care of patients with chronic conditions. PMs are used to assess how well patients are managing a condition, monitor the effectiveness of interventions, evaluate the effectiveness of a treatment plan or new treatment(ies). They provide insight into how well a patient is doing and can serve as indicators for the need for additional services.
Risk assessment tools are widely used in clinical practice to identify pre-injury risks
- Risk assessment tools are widely used in clinical practice to identify pre-injury risks, such as those that lead to illness or death.
- They can also be used to identify risk factors for injury and disease, as well as other adverse health outcomes. For example, a person who smokes and drinks heavily may be at higher risk of dying from lung cancer and liver disease than others his or her age because of their unhealthy lifestyle choices.
Background: There is little literature on how primary care nurses are educated, trained
As the healthcare system evolves from a focus on treating acute illness to addressing chronic conditions and long-term care, primary care nurses play an increasingly important role. Primary care nurses are the first point of contact for patients when they go to the doctor’s office or emergency room. They are also the first people to see patients with symptoms or injuries that require medical attention, as well as those suffering from chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.
This makes them critical members of any healthcare team—but there is little information about how these professionals are educated, trained, or supported at work.
Aims and objectives: To identify the key evidence-based nutritional interventions that are
The aim of this systematic review was to determine the impact of PMs on patient outcomes.
Background: Patient performance measures (PMs) have emerged as an important measure in the primary care setting for assessing health problems and outcomes for patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes. There is little literature on how primary care nurses are educated, trained and assessed for their ability to manage chronic conditions like diabetes or hypertension.
Objective: To develop a model of continuing education in order to ensure that all nurses working in primary care settings receive adequate training into evidence-based nutritional interventions that are cost-effective and have a positive impact on patient outcomes.
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This study provides an updated review of the current evidence on PMs and risk assessment tools for identifying pre-injury risks. The results suggest that there may be a need for further research into these areas, particularly to evaluate whether the use of risk assessment tools will lead to better patient outcomes.