Tag: perceptions

Evaluating the impact of a polypharmacy Action Learning Sets tool on healthcare practitioners’ confidence, perceptions and experiences of stopping inappropriate medicines – BMC Medical Education

Pre-post survey The ALS tool demonstrated significant improvements in 14 statements relating to all five domains (D1-5). Pre and post descriptive statistics by question and/or domain are depicted in Tables…

Stakeholder perceptions on the deployment of multiple first-line therapies for uncomplicated malaria: a qualitative study in the health district of Kaya, Burkina Faso – Malaria Journal

Aim This study was designed to understand the perceptions and the expectations from different malaria stakeholders, community leaders and caregivers on the implementation of the MFT strategy and to identify…

Health professionals’ initial experiences and perceptions of the acceptability of a whole-hospital, pro-active electronic paediatric early warning system (the DETECT study): a qualitative interview study – BMC Pediatrics

Fourteen HPs participated (n = 12 nurses, n = 2 doctors); a further 25 expressed initial interest but failed to respond to texts/emails (after three invitations spaced over a few weeks with no reply,…

Attitudes, perceptions, and barriers of community pharmacists in Rwanda towards health promotion: a cross sectional study – Archives of Public Health

The study results indicated that most of the respondents were male (n = 149, 63.1%) with overall average age of 38.1 ± 4.3 years. More than half of the respondents were single (n = 127, n = 53. 8%).…

Factors associated with older persons’ perceptions of dignity and well-being over a three-year period. A retrospective national study in residential care facilities – BMC Geriatrics

World Health Organization. Integrated care for older people: guidelines on community-level interventions to manage declines in intrinsic capacity. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2017. p. 2017. Google Scholar  Nordenfelt L. Dignity…

“It’s only fatness, it doesn’t kill”: a qualitative study on perceptions of weight gain from use of dolutegravir-based regimens in women living with HIV in Uganda – BMC Women’s Health

Forty-four participants took part in the study: 25 WLHIV and 19 HCWs (Tables 1, 2). Participation in the study was high; only 4 of eligible individuals invited failed to participate,…