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    Psychometric evaluation of the German version of a social support scale of FAFHES (Family Functioning, Family Health and Social Support)

    Ris, Irène, Schnepp, Wilfried, Mahrer Imhof, Romy
    Scandinavian journal of caring sciences, 06 May 2019 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Psychometric evaluation of the German version of a social support scale of FAFHES (Family Functioning, Family Health and Social Support)
    Auteur: Ris, Irène; Schnepp, Wilfried; Mahrer Imhof, Romy
    Sujet: Community Care ; Family Caregiver ; Involvement Into Care ; Psychometrics ; Questionnaire ; Social Support
    Description: Family members often need to be supported in informal care of the elderly and desire to be involved into care planning and decision-making. Valid and reliable instruments are needed to measure how family members perceive the care and support they receive from nurses for older family members living at home. The purpose of this study was to translate the 20-item social support scale of the Family Functioning, Family Health and Social Support (FAFHES) questionnaire from English to German and test the validity and reliability of the scale among Swiss-German-speaking family caregivers of home-dwelling elderly people who receive home healthcare services. A cross-sectional study was conducted to test the empirical and psychometric properties of the translated and culturally adapted version of the social support questionnaire. A factor analysis with the principal component analysis PCA was used to test construct validity. The internal consistency of items was measured with the Cronbach`s alpha coefficient. After a rigorous translation process the original 20-item questionnaire was adapted into a 19-item version and tested with family caregivers (n = 207) of home-dwelling elderly. Psychometric testing of the German version of the social support questionnaire revealed that the three factors - affirmation, affect and concrete aid - were congruent with the original questionnaire. The accounted variance was 79.5% and the internal consistency determined by the Cronbach's alpha was 0.973. The German version of the social support scale of the FAFHES questionnaire is a valid and reliable instrument to assess family perceived support on three dimensions - affirmation, affect and concrete aid - received from nursing professionals. The questionnaire should be tested further in other German-speaking populations.
    Fait partie de: Scandinavian journal of caring sciences, 06 May 2019
    Identifiant: 1471-6712 (E-ISSN); 31062399 Version (PMID); 10.1111/scs.12700 (DOI)

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    An integrative review on family caregivers' involvement in care of home-dwelling elderly

    Ris, Irène, Schnepp, Wilfried, Mahrer Imhof, Romy
    Health & social care in the community, May 2019, Vol.27(3), pp.e95-e111 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Caregiver exposure to critical events and distress in home-based palliative care in Germany a cross-sectional study using the Stressful Caregiving Adult Reactions to Experiences of Dying (SCARED) scale

    Galatsch, Michael, Prigerson, Holly G., Schnepp, Wilfried, Zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, Friederike, Li, Jian
    BMC Palliative Care, Jan 24, 2019, Vol.18(1) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Voluntary Stopping of Eating and Drinking in Switzerland From Different Points of View: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Study

    Welbie, Marlies, Beidas, Sary, Stängle, Sabrina, Schnepp, Wilfried, Mezger, Mirjam, Büche, Daniel, Fringer, André
    JMIR Research Protocols, 2018, Vol.7(12)

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    Why do I have to suffer? Symptom management, views and experiences of persons with a CPTSD: a grounded theory approach

    Stadtmann, Manuel P, Maercker, Andreas, Binder, Jochen, Schnepp, Wilfried
    BMC psychiatry, 19 December 2018, Vol.18(1), pp.392 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Mastering life together - symptom management, views, and experiences of relatives of persons with CPTSD: a grounded theory study

    Stadtmann, Manuel P, Maercker, Andreas, Binder, Jochen, Schnepp, Wilfried
    Journal of Patient-Reported Outcomes, 2018, Vol.2 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Transitions as experienced by persons in palliative care circumstances and their families - a qualitative meta-synthesis

    Fringer, André, Hechinger, Mareike, Schnepp, Wilfried
    BMC palliative care, 05 February 2018, Vol.17(1), pp.22 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Voluntary stopping of eating and drinking (VSED) as an unknown challenge in a long-term care institution: an embedded single case study

    Saladin, Nadine, Schnepp, Wilfried, Fringer, André
    BMC nursing, 2018, Vol.17, pp.39 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Symptom management in complex post-traumatic stress disorder (ICD-11), view and experience of patients and their relatives: a mixed methods approach (Research Proposal)

    Stadtmann, Manuel P, Maercker, Andreas, Binder, Jochen, Schnepp, Wilfried
    BMC research notes, 07 September 2017, Vol.10(1), pp.461 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Interprofessional cooperation by midwives in the field of out-of-hospital obstetrical care: an integrative review / Interprofessionelle Kooperation von Hebammen im Handlungsfeld der ambulanten geburtshilflichen Versorgung: ein integratives Review

    Schlüter-Cruse Martina, Schnepp Wilfried, Sayn-Wittgenstein Friederike Zu
    International Journal of Health Professions, 01 December 2016, Vol.3(2), pp.136-152 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Interprofessional cooperation by midwives in the field of out-of-hospital obstetrical care: an integrative review / Interprofessionelle Kooperation von Hebammen im Handlungsfeld der ambulanten geburtshilflichen Versorgung: ein integratives Review
    Auteur: Schlüter-Cruse Martina; Schnepp Wilfried; Sayn-Wittgenstein Friederike Zu
    Sujet: Interprofessional Cooperation – Midwife – Out-of-Hospital Obstetrical Care – Review – Early Prevention ; Interprofessionelle Kooperation – Hebamme – Ambulante Geburtshilfliche Versorgung – Übersichtsarbeit – “frühe Hilfen“ ; Public Health
    Description: The central objective of early prevention in Germany is an improved cooperation between professional groups of the health services and child and youth welfare in interprofessional networks. This objective derives from the realisation that proper care for families with infants can only be achieved if the various groups act in close integration. The ‘Federal Initiative early prevention’ explicitly calls for freelance midwives to be integrated in this context. However, only a few scientific findings on midwives’ cooperation in networks of early prevention have been published to date. This integrative review aims to identify the central themes of interprofessional cooperation of midwives in out-of-hospital obstetrical care from national and international research literature.
    Fait partie de: International Journal of Health Professions, 01 December 2016, Vol.3(2), pp.136-152
    Identifiant: 2296-990X (E-ISSN); 10.1515/ijhp-2016-0025 (DOI)