Strategien zur Einbindung von Pflegeheimbewohnern und -bewohnerinnen in der Versorgungsforschung

Das Schmerzmanagement bei Menschen in Pflegeheimen ist inadäquat. Die Studie PAIN (2008-2010) erfasste erstmals das Schmerzgeschehen im Setting Pflegeheim in Berlin/Brandenburg. Aufbauend auf diesen Ergebnissen wurde im Projekt PAIN INTERVENTION (2011-2013) eine „Interdisziplinäre Handlungsempfehlung zum Schmerzmanagement bei älteren Menschen in Pflegeheimen“ entwickelt und in die Strukturen eines Berliner Pflegeheimträgers implementiert.
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Ines Wulff, Andrea Budnick, : In e s Wu l f f , D i pl . P f l e ge w i rti n ( F H ) , A n dre a Bu dn i ck , D i pl . -Soz. w i ss. Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin Charité ? Universitätsmedizin Berlin Institut für Medizinische Soziologie Luisenstraße 13 10117 Berlin andrea.budnick@charite.de Seite 542-552 ,
Abstract
Pain management in nursing homes is inadequate. For the first time, the PAIN study (2008-2010) assessed reports of pain in nursing home residents (NHR) in Berlin/Brandenburg, Germany. Based on these results, interdisciplinary recommendations for pain management in NHR were developed by researchers of the project PAIN INTERVENTION (2011-2013). The recommendations were implemented in twelve nursing homes in Berlin. The successful inclusion of NHR in research in health services is possible if executive officers, senior managers, personnel, relatives, friends, and legal representatives support the study. The vulnerability of NHR may impact the recruitment process and data collection. Proactive collaboration between research team and institutional players in nursing homes and ongoing counseling are vital. Successful research in nursing homes requires continuous education of all institutional players as well as participation of NHR in research studies.
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