Country: The Netherlands
- Reducing discrepancies between MS patients' needs and use of healthcare services by applying a transmural care modelBarth Oeseburg
Groningen University Medical Center, Department of Health Sciences, Department of Nursing Affairs, Groningen, Netherlands
J Neurosci Nurs 36:214-9, 230. 2004..There were no significant changes over time in EDSS, ISS, ESS, and RAND-36. Overall, the TCMMS was applicable to practice and decreased the discrepancies between needs and services...
- Prevalence of chronic health conditions in children with intellectual disability: a systematic literature reviewBarth Oeseburg
Department of Health Sciences, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands
Intellect Dev Disabil 49:59-85. 2011..There is an urgent need for better evidence on the prevalence of chronic health conditions among children with intellectual disability...
- Care as a mutual endeavour: experiences of a multiple sclerosis patient and her healthcare professionalsBarth Oeseburg
Department of Health Sciences, Northern Centre for Healthcare Research, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands
Med Health Care Philos 9:349-57. 2006....
- Effects of case management for frail older people or those with chronic illness: a systematic reviewBarth Oeseburg
Department of Health Sciences, Graduate School for Health Research, Wenckebach Institute, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands
Nurs Res 58:201-10. 2009..Financial constraints and quality requirements demand that interventions selected are most effective. A previous systematic review of the effectiveness of the patient advocacy case management model was not found...
- Two women with multiple sclerosis and their caregivers: conflicting normative expectationsTineke A Abma
University of Maastricht, Healthcare Ethics and Philosophy, PO Box 616, 6200 MD Maastricht, The Netherlands
Nurs Ethics 12:479-92. 2005..This implies that nurses caring for such persons should listen carefully to their stories and reflect on their own perceptions of self...