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The longitudinal effects of bedside handovers on nurse-related, patient-related and clinical outcomes

Simon Malfait (UGent) , Kristof Eeckloo (UGent) , Tine Heip, Ann Van Hecke (UGent) and Wim Van Biesen (UGent)
(2019)
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In this session the effects of bedside handovers on patients (=799), nurses (n=165) and clinical indicators (n=599) will be elaborated. Data were collected in a longitudinal design at three points. For nurses, nurse-patient communication, individualized care, coordination of the care process, job satisfaction, intention to leave, patient participation and work interruptions were measured. For patients, patient activation, individualized care and quality of care were measured. The clinical indicators in the study were the duration of hospital stay, unplanned readmission, hospital acquired pressure ulcers, patient falls, unnecessary replacement of intravenous catheters and pain-free days. Additionally, the differences between nurses from wards that adhered to the intervention will be compared with nurses from wards that did not adhere to the intervention.

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Malfait, Simon, Kristof Eeckloo, Tine Heip, Ann Van Hecke, and Wim Van Biesen. 2019. “The Longitudinal Effects of Bedside Handovers on Nurse-related, Patient-related and Clinical Outcomes.” In .
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Malfait, S., Eeckloo, K., Heip, T., Van Hecke, A., & Van Biesen, W. (2019). The longitudinal effects of bedside handovers on nurse-related, patient-related and clinical outcomes. Presented at the CARE4 International Scientific Nursing and Midwifery Congress, Third Edition.
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Malfait S, Eeckloo K, Heip T, Van Hecke A, Van Biesen W. The longitudinal effects of bedside handovers on nurse-related, patient-related and clinical outcomes. 2019.
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Malfait, Simon et al. “The Longitudinal Effects of Bedside Handovers on Nurse-related, Patient-related and Clinical Outcomes.” 2019. Print.
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  author       = {Malfait, Simon and Eeckloo, Kristof and Heip, Tine and Van Hecke, Ann and Van Biesen, Wim},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Leuven},
  title        = {The longitudinal effects of bedside handovers on nurse-related, patient-related and clinical outcomes},
  year         = {2019},
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