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Treatment Of Tardive Dyskinesia With High Dose Vitamin B6 Associated With Depression, Marjorie McCoy, Adam Schindzielorz, Suzanne Holroyd 2022 University of Mississippi Medical Center

Treatment Of Tardive Dyskinesia With High Dose Vitamin B6 Associated With Depression, Marjorie Mccoy, Adam Schindzielorz, Suzanne Holroyd

Marshall Journal of Medicine

Tardive dyskinesia (TD) is a movement disorder associated with dopamine receptor blocking medications. Recommended treatments for TD include discontinuing the causative agent, adding vesicular monoamine transporter 2 (VMAT2) inhibitors, or adding vitamin B6. We present a 66-year-old Caucasian male with bipolar I disorder who developed TD while on lithium and quetiapine having been euthymic on this regimen for three years. He was initially treated with 1200 mg B6 daily. This failed to improve his TD and was associated with a depressive episode. He switched to valbenazine 40 mg daily which improved his TD and concurrently his mood, but months later ...


Virtual Behavioral Health Treatment Satisfaction And Outcomes Across Time, Mindy R. Waite, Sara Diab, James Adefisoye 2022 Aurora Behavioral Health Services and Advocate Aurora Research Institute, Advocate Aurora Health

Virtual Behavioral Health Treatment Satisfaction And Outcomes Across Time, Mindy R. Waite, Sara Diab, James Adefisoye

Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews

Purpose: The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have major and long-lasting impacts on health care delivery and mental health. As health care shifted to telehealth, legislation was adjusted to expand telehealth allowances, creating a unique opportunity to elucidate outcomes. The aim of this study was to assess long-term patient and clinician satisfaction and outcomes with virtual behavioral health.

Methods: Data were obtained over 16 months from surveys to patients and clinicians receiving/providing virtual treatment. Outcomes data also were collected from medical records of adults receiving in-person and virtual behavioral health treatment. Data were summarized using descriptive statistics. Groups were compared ...


Podium Presentation: Sleep-Associated Impairment In Hospital Nurses Working 12-Hour Day Or Night Shifts During The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Large Health System Multisite Pilot Study, Jamie Roney, Teresa Bigand, Ross Bindler, Trisha Saul, Rebecca Penders, Douglas L Weeks, Lois James, Marian Wilson 2022 Covenant

Podium Presentation: Sleep-Associated Impairment In Hospital Nurses Working 12-Hour Day Or Night Shifts During The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Large Health System Multisite Pilot Study, Jamie Roney, Teresa Bigand, Ross Bindler, Trisha Saul, Rebecca Penders, Douglas L Weeks, Lois James, Marian Wilson

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Podium Presentation: Covid And Antidepressants: Ongoing Use Of Ssris And The Hospital Course Of Covid-19 Patients: A Retrospective Outcome Analysis, Sherri Mendelson 2022 Providence

Podium Presentation: Covid And Antidepressants: Ongoing Use Of Ssris And The Hospital Course Of Covid-19 Patients: A Retrospective Outcome Analysis, Sherri Mendelson

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Podium Presentation: Opioid Use Among Total Knee Arthroplasty Patients, Kelsie Welle, Karen Colorafi, Kenn Daratha 2022 Providence

Podium Presentation: Opioid Use Among Total Knee Arthroplasty Patients, Kelsie Welle, Karen Colorafi, Kenn Daratha

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Podium Presentation: Registered Nurses' Diet Quality And Overall Health During The Sars-Cov-2 Pandemic, Teresa Bigand, Ross Bindler, Lois James, Rachel Faulkner, Rebecca Penders, Trisha Saul, Marietta Sperry, Marian Wilson 2022 Providence

Podium Presentation: Registered Nurses' Diet Quality And Overall Health During The Sars-Cov-2 Pandemic, Teresa Bigand, Ross Bindler, Lois James, Rachel Faulkner, Rebecca Penders, Trisha Saul, Marietta Sperry, Marian Wilson

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Podium Presentation: Mindfulness Bundle Impact On Nurse Burnout Study, Gisele Nicole Bazan, Tiffany Patterson, Kelsey Sawyer, Deborah Wambui Kamau, Jamie Roney, Michelle Bradberry, Cynthia Louise Grissman, Sahar Mihandoust, Randall Stennett, JoAnn Long 2022 Covenant

Podium Presentation: Mindfulness Bundle Impact On Nurse Burnout Study, Gisele Nicole Bazan, Tiffany Patterson, Kelsey Sawyer, Deborah Wambui Kamau, Jamie Roney, Michelle Bradberry, Cynthia Louise Grissman, Sahar Mihandoust, Randall Stennett, Joann Long

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Podium Presentation: Nursing And Emotional Health Before And During The Covid-19 Hospital Surges, Marietta Sperry, Ellen Romesburg, Teresa Bigand, Marian Wilson, Lois James 2022 Providence St. Joseph Health

Podium Presentation: Nursing And Emotional Health Before And During The Covid-19 Hospital Surges, Marietta Sperry, Ellen Romesburg, Teresa Bigand, Marian Wilson, Lois James

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

Background:

Occupational burnout, a symptom of chronic work-related stress, can lead to negative health outcomes such as anxiety, depression, diabetes, insomnia, and increased risk for cardiovascular disease. Burnout also augments negative occupational risks such as increased sick days, decreased productivity, disability claims, and turnover. Nurses working in the hospital setting report high levels of work-related stress and burnout related to patient acuity levels and short staffing, and rates have further worsened in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The emergence of the virus brought multiple hospital surges, greatly increasing nursing workload as patient acuity climbed and simultaneously, national nurse turnover ...


Podium Presentation: Levels Of Compassion Satisfaction Among Prescribers, Nursing Staff, And Chaplains, Teresa Bigand, Adam Gaines, Dawn Bock, Jamie Roney, Rachel Freedberg, Rosemary Timmerman, Danell Stengem 2022 Providence

Podium Presentation: Levels Of Compassion Satisfaction Among Prescribers, Nursing Staff, And Chaplains, Teresa Bigand, Adam Gaines, Dawn Bock, Jamie Roney, Rachel Freedberg, Rosemary Timmerman, Danell Stengem

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

Background:

Patient care delivered in hospitals is fast-paced, complex, and ever-changing. During the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses, prescribers, and chaplains provided front-line, whole-person care in hospital settings to patients who had decreased or no access to visitors without the use of technology while facing acute illness and difficult prognoses. During the pandemic, nurses and physicians reported increased fatigue and stress in scientific literature. Poor emotional well-being may lead to decreased compassion satisfaction. Increased compassion satisfaction may mitigate adverse occupational and patient-centered outcomes, support fewer missed days at work, lead to higher staff satisfaction, and raise patient satisfaction scores. Literature reports that ...


Podium Presentation: Relationships Between Nursing Stress And Perceived Importance Of Access To Chaplains During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Teresa Bigand, Adam Gaines, Sheila Doucette, Danell Stengem, Rachel Freedberg, Jamie Roney, Rosemary Timmerman 2022 Providence

Podium Presentation: Relationships Between Nursing Stress And Perceived Importance Of Access To Chaplains During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Teresa Bigand, Adam Gaines, Sheila Doucette, Danell Stengem, Rachel Freedberg, Jamie Roney, Rosemary Timmerman

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

Background:

Hospital chaplains are trained to provide spiritual support to inpatients, family members, and support persons across the continuum of care. Patients receiving a chaplain visit during their hospital stay report higher satisfaction, quality of life, and spiritual well-being. Chaplain consultation during hospitalization is related to higher rates of hospice enrollment and lower rates of in-hospital deaths. Additionally, evidence suggests nurses who are employed in hospitals with staff chaplains report lower stress and compassion fatigue based on frequency of interactions with chaplains during worked shifts. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, hospital nurses providing front-line care report higher stress levels compared to ...


Podium Presentation: Entangled: Nurses With Mental Health Problems Who Died By Suicide, Adriana Barnes 2022 Providence

Podium Presentation: Entangled: Nurses With Mental Health Problems Who Died By Suicide, Adriana Barnes

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Podium Presentation: Or Nurses Psychological Well-Being And Redeployment During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Joy Lanfranchi, Trisha Saul, Ross Bindler 2022 Providence

Podium Presentation: Or Nurses Psychological Well-Being And Redeployment During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Joy Lanfranchi, Trisha Saul, Ross Bindler

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

Background: Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Operating Room (OR) nurses were redeployed to patient care units during times of maximal surge capacity in hospitals caring for patients with the novel coronavirus. Hospital bed and staffing needs caused hospitals to cancel elective surgeries, allowing for conservation of bed space and nurses to accommodate the patient influx. Despite the highly specialized nature and skill set of OR nursing, OR nurses were expected to function in traditional patient care roles, where levels of self-assessed competence vary based on experience and training. There is a paucity of literature on the psychological impact of redeployment of ...


Podium Presentation: Promoting Holistic Health: Impact Of Vocati On The Spiritual And Moral Development In Youth, JoAnn Long, Jeremy Smith 2022 Covenant Medical Center

Podium Presentation: Promoting Holistic Health: Impact Of Vocati On The Spiritual And Moral Development In Youth, Joann Long, Jeremy Smith

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

Background: Approximately one out of every six individuals are adolescents between the ages of 10 to 19. Promoting health and reducing risks for this age group has life-long health and societal consequences. Evidence suggests positive and negative risk-taking behaviors cluster in this population. Models for the promotion of positive youth development have shifted in focus from avoidance of risk-taking behaviors to emphasis on psychosocial competence and holistic well-being. Evidence suggests spiritual wellbeing, regardless of conceptual definition, is more often than not associated with positive health outcomes and development in youth. However, few studies have included spiritual and moral constructs in ...


Effects Of Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program On Nurses: An Integrated Research Review, Gisele Nicole Bazan 2022 Covenant

Effects Of Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program On Nurses: An Integrated Research Review, Gisele Nicole Bazan

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

Background/Purpose:

Prevalence of nurse burnout can be as high as 40% (Duarte & Pinto-Gouveia, 2016). Variations of mindfulness-based interventions (MBI) have been utilized to combat burnout among nurses. Many studies utilize an adapted version(s) of the eight week mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course develop by Dr. Kabat-Zinn, which aims to aid in the improvement of mindfulness through practice of linking one’s physical and mental state in a nonjudgmental way (Ghawadra et al., 2019). Multiple instruments to measure levels of burnout and other psychological effects job stressors may have on nurses have also been applied. Higher levels of burnout have been shown to have a negative impact on job satisfaction, patient outcomes due to quality of care; and in increase in nursing absenteeism and turn over (Green & Kinchen, 2018).

Purpose/Aims

A systematic integrative search of the literature was performed to evaluate the effectiveness of mindfulness-based interventions among nurses in hospital care settings.

Methods:

Methodology implemented for the integrative research review was derived from search design recommendations from Brown (2018), Whittemore & Knafle (2005) and “The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis” (PRISMA) guidelines (Page, et al., 2021). A comprehensive literature search was conducted with the following search terms: mindfulness based interventions, nurses, effects or impacts or consequences or influence outcomes; utilizing the Cochrane Library, Medline Complete, Cinahl and Pubmed databases. All databases were set with the same search terms, limitations, and publication year setting (2016-2022) with the exception of the Pubmed database, in which an additional filter was added to limit the search to systematic reviews and meta-analysis.

Results:

A total of 125 articles were found with thirty-three duplicates leaving ninety-two for review. Of the ninety-two remaining articles eighty were excluded for not meeting inclusion parameters. The ...


Effects Of Compassion Fatigue In Critical Care Nurses On Retention: An Integrative Research Review, Kelsey Sawyer 2022 Covenant Medical Center

Effects Of Compassion Fatigue In Critical Care Nurses On Retention: An Integrative Research Review, Kelsey Sawyer

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Assessment Of Trauma-Informed Care Knowledge Among Caregivers In An Inpatient Mental Health Unit, Katie Rhea, Loni Conley, Jeremy Williams, Kathryn Wiltfong, Teresa Bigand 2022 Providence St. Patrick

Assessment Of Trauma-Informed Care Knowledge Among Caregivers In An Inpatient Mental Health Unit, Katie Rhea, Loni Conley, Jeremy Williams, Kathryn Wiltfong, Teresa Bigand

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

Background: Research suggests exposure to traumatic events is extremely common. Furthermore, risk of developing chronic health conditions or engaging harmful behaviors such as substance use later in life increases with more frequent exposure to traumatic events, especially during childhood. Best evidence recommends delivery of health care using a Trauma Informed Care (TIC) approach to improve outcomes such as anxiety or depression. This care approach guides healthcare providers on interactions with patients centered on the tenets of (1) safety, (2) trustworthiness, (3) peer support, (4) collaboration, (5) empowerment and choice, and (6) cultural, historical, and sex issues. On one inpatient mental ...


Nurse-Led Screening, Brief Intervention, And Referral To Treatment (Sbirt) For Patients With Alcohol Use Disorder (Aud) In An Inpatient Setting, Angela Winter, Sandra Benavides-Vaello 2022 Providence

Nurse-Led Screening, Brief Intervention, And Referral To Treatment (Sbirt) For Patients With Alcohol Use Disorder (Aud) In An Inpatient Setting, Angela Winter, Sandra Benavides-Vaello

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Podium Presentation: Differences In Exercise Patterns Among Day And Night Shift Nurses During Covid-19 Surges, Randy Sanoff, Teresa Bigand, Elena Crooks, Katie Carroll, Mary Halabi 2022 Providence St. Joseph Health

Podium Presentation: Differences In Exercise Patterns Among Day And Night Shift Nurses During Covid-19 Surges, Randy Sanoff, Teresa Bigand, Elena Crooks, Katie Carroll, Mary Halabi

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

Background: Registered nurses (RN) working in acute-care hospitals during the Covid-19 pandemic reported unprecedented stress. Walking between 7000-10,000 steps each day offers positive benefits such as improved mood, reduced stress, and reduction in overall mortality risk. Additionally, the American College of Sports Medicine’s (ACSM) Physical Activity Guidelines recommends adults should engage in 75 -150 minutes per week of moderate to intense activity for health benefits. Yet, some research suggests that number of steps taken per week decreased and time spent sedentary increased during the first year of the onset of COVID-19 compared to the year prior. Among nurses ...


Podium Presentation: Millennial Hospital Nurses Experiencing High Burnout And Turnover Risk During A Pandemic, Dana N Rutledge, Elizabeth Winokur, Sarah Douville 2022 St. Joseph Hospital

Podium Presentation: Millennial Hospital Nurses Experiencing High Burnout And Turnover Risk During A Pandemic, Dana N Rutledge, Elizabeth Winokur, Sarah Douville

2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference

No abstract provided.


Psychosocial Considerations For The Child With Rare Disease: A Review With Recommendations And Calls To Action., Leslee Belzer, Margaret Wright, Emily J. Goodwin, Mehar N. Singh, Brian S. Carter 2022 Children's Mercy Hospital

Psychosocial Considerations For The Child With Rare Disease: A Review With Recommendations And Calls To Action., Leslee Belzer, Margaret Wright, Emily J. Goodwin, Mehar N. Singh, Brian S. Carter

Manuscripts, Articles, Book Chapters and Other Papers

Rare diseases (RD) affect children, adolescents, and their families infrequently, but with a significant impact. The diagnostic odyssey undertaken as part of having a child with RD is immense and carries with it practical, emotional, relational, and contextual issues that are not well understood. Children with RD often have chronic and complex medical conditions requiring a complicated milieu of care by numerous clinical caregivers. They may feel isolated and may feel stigmas in settings of education, employment, and the workplace, or a lack a social support or understanding. Some parents report facing similar loneliness amidst a veritable medicalization of their ...


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