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User Experience and Care Integration in Transitional Care for Older People From Hospital to Home: A Meta-Synthesis

This meta-synthesis aimed to improve understanding of user experience of older people, carers, and health providers; and care integration in the care of older people transitioning from hospital to home. Following our systematic search, we identified and synthesized 20 studies, and constructed a comp... Full description

Journal Title: Qualitative Health Research January 2017, Vol.27(1), pp.24-36
Main Author: Allen, Jacqueline
Other Authors: Hutchinson, Alison M , Brown, Rhonda , Livingston, Patricia M
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title: User Experience and Care Integration in Transitional Care for Older People From Hospital to Home: A Meta-Synthesis
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  • Hutchinson, Alison M
  • Brown, Rhonda
  • Livingston, Patricia M
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  • Patient Discharge
  • Aged Care
  • Meta-Synthesis
  • Qualitative Review
  • Medicine
  • Public Health
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description: This meta-synthesis aimed to improve understanding of user experience of older people, carers, and health providers; and care integration in the care of older people transitioning from hospital to home. Following our systematic search, we identified and synthesized 20 studies, and constructed a comprehensive framework. We derived four themes: (1) ‘Who is taking care of what? Trying to work together”; (2) ‘Falling short of the mark’; (3) ‘A proper discharge’; and (4) ‘You adjust somehow.’ The themes that emerged from the studies reflected users’ experience of discharge and transitional care as a social process of ‘negotiation and navigation of independence (older people/carers), or dependence (health providers).’ Users engaged in negotiation and navigation through the interrogative strategies of questioning, discussion, information provision, information seeking, assessment, and translation. The derived themes reflected care integration that facilitated, or a lack of care integration...
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This meta-synthesis aimed to improve understanding of user experience of older people, carers, and health providers; and care integration in the care of older people transitioning from hospital to home. Following our systematic search, we identified and synthesized 20 studies, and constructed a comprehensive framework. We derived four themes: (1) ‘Who is taking care of what? Trying to work together”; (2) ‘Falling short of the mark’; (3) ‘A proper discharge’; and (4) ‘You adjust somehow.’ The themes that emerged from the studies reflected users’ experience of discharge and transitional care as a social process of ‘negotiation and navigation of independence (older people/carers), or dependence (health providers).’ Users engaged in negotiation and navigation through the interrogative strategies of questioning, discussion, information provision, information seeking, assessment, and translation. The derived themes reflected care integration that facilitated, or a lack of care integration...

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