Family involvement in decision making for people with dementia in residential aged care: A systematic review of quantitative and qualitative evidence
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- JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, 2012, 10 pp. S30 - S46
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© 2012, Joanna Briggs Institute. All rights Reserved. Review question/objective The qualitative and quantitative objective of this review is to scope the extant knowledge about family involvement in decision making for people with dementia living in residential aged care. More specifically, the review question/s are •Who are the decision makers for people with dementia living in residential care? •What is the experience of decision making for family members in the residential care setting? •What are the barriers or facilitators to decision making by families? •What is the impact of decision making processes on family members? •What is the impact of collaborative decision making with family on the person with dementia? •What processes or strategies do family decision-makers use?
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