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Common causes of acute kidney injury (AKI) in the ICU setting include acute tubular necrosis (due to shock, hemolysis, rhabdomyolysis, or procedures that compromise renal perfusion), abdominal compartment syndrome, urinary retention, and interstitial nephritis. Treatment is geared toward addressing the underlying cause. Dialysis may be required if renal injury does not resolve. Early initiation of dialysis based on the stage of AKI alone has not been shown to provide a mortality benefit. Dialysis modalities are based on the dialysis indication and the patient’s clinical status. Providers should pay close attention to nutritional requirements and medication dosing according to renal function and dialysis modality.Management of Acute Kidney Injury/Renal Replacement Therapy in the Intensive Care Unit
Common causes of acute kidney injury (AKI) in the ICU setting include acute tubular necrosis (due to shock, hemolysis, rhabdomyolysis, or procedures that compromise renal perfusion), abdominal compartment syndrome, urinary retention, and interstitial nephritis. Treatment is geared toward addressing the underlying cause. Dialysis may be required if renal injury does not resolve. Early initiation of dialysis based on the stage of AKI alone has not ...

Hémodialyse ; Reins - Maladies

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Management of Decompensated Cirrhosis and Associated Syndromes | Février 2022 H

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Patients with cirrhosis account for 3% of intensive care unit admissions with hospital mortality exceeding 50%; however, improvements in survival among patients with acutely decompensated cirrhosis and organ failure have been described when treated in specialized liver transplant centers. Acute-on-chronic liver failure is a distinct clinical syndrome characterized by decompensated cirrhosis associated with one or more organ failures resulting in a significantly higher short-term mortality. In this review, we will discuss the management of common life-threatening complications in the patient with cirrhosis that require intensive care management including neurologic, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, pulmonary, and renal complications.Management of Decompensated Cirrhosis and Associated Syndromes
Patients with cirrhosis account for 3% of intensive care unit admissions with hospital mortality exceeding 50%; however, improvements in survival among patients with acutely decompensated cirrhosis and organ failure have been described when treated in specialized liver transplant centers. Acute-on-chronic liver failure is a distinct clinical syndrome characterized by decompensated cirrhosis associated with one or more organ failures resulting in ...

Hypertension pulmonaire ; Foie - Maladies

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The cerebral changes induced by exercise interventions in people with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease: A systematic review | Janvier-février 2022 H

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Objectives
This study aimed to summarize the effects of exercise on the brain structure and function measured by imaging and electroencephalography methods in people with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.

Methods
We systematically searched different electronic databases, including PubMed, Web of Science, Embase, Cochrane Central Register of controlled trials, SPORTDiscus, PsycINFO up to September 2021. Randomized controlled trials with exercise interventions in people with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease were included. The outcomes included all the structural and functional brain changes measured by neuroimaging and electroencephalography approaches. All the outcomes were summarized and tabulated. The protocol has been registered on the PROSPERO (CDR42020192579).

Results
Nineteen articles from 12 trials were included. Most studies focused on people with mild cognitive impairment and revealed positive effects on the volumes of hippocampus and cingulate cortex, the resting state functional connectivity between the hippocampus and other brain regions, the brain activity in several regions, the cerebral blood flow, electroencephalogram, and P300 latency and amplitude. Different types of exercise could produce distinct effects and intensity was a factor affecting the effects of aerobic and resistance exercise interventions. Meanwhile, limited studies paid attention to people with Alzheimer's disease and showed insignificant results.

Conclusions
Exercise has positive effects on the brain structures and functions in people with mild cognitive impairment, while for people with Alzheimer's disease, limited studies revealed insignificant effects.
Objectives
This study aimed to summarize the effects of exercise on the brain structure and function measured by imaging and electroencephalography methods in people with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.

Methods
We systematically searched different electronic databases, including PubMed, Web of Science, Embase, Cochrane Central Register of controlled trials, SPORTDiscus, PsycINFO up to September 2021. Randomized controlled ...

Personnes âgées ; Maladie d'Alzheimer ; Exercices pour personnes âgées

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Cote : WB18.2 E53 2022

For more than 30 years, the highly regarded Secrets Series® has provided students and practitioners in all areas of health care with concise, focused, and engaging resources for quick reference and exam review. Emergency Medicine Secrets, 7th Edition, offers practical, up-to-date coverage of the full range of essential topics in this dynamic field. This highly regarded resource features the Secrets' popular question-and-answer format that also includes lists, tables, pearls, memory aids, and an easy-to-read style - making inquiry, reference, and review quick, easy, and enjoyable.
For more than 30 years, the highly regarded Secrets Series® has provided students and practitioners in all areas of health care with concise, focused, and engaging resources for quick reference and exam review. Emergency Medicine Secrets, 7th Edition, offers practical, up-to-date coverage of the full range of essential topics in this dynamic field. This highly regarded resource features the Secrets' popular question-and-answer format that also ...

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Cote : WB541 A187 2022

New print edition of this Lippincott® Connect title includes lifetime access to the digital version of the book, plus related materials such as videos and multiple-choice Q&A and self-assessments. An essential preparation book for the ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist examination, ACSM's Resources for the Exercise Physiologist , 3rd Edition , is an essential volume for certification candidates and practicing Exercise Physiologists looking to boost their exam confidence and achieve success in practice. This updated edition is fully aligned with the eleventh edition of ACSM's Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription and reflects the most current standards and practices in exercise physiology. Published by the American College of Sports Medicine, this practical resource is organized around the scope of ACSM-EP practice domains. A clear introduction to understanding exercise, physical activity, and pre-exercise screening opens the book, followed by thorough coverage of assessment and programming for healthy populations, assessment and programming for special populations, counseling and behavioral strategies for encouraging exercises, and legal, management and professional issues relevant to practice.
New print edition of this Lippincott® Connect title includes lifetime access to the digital version of the book, plus related materials such as videos and multiple-choice Q&A and self-assessments. An essential preparation book for the ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist examination, ACSM's Resources for the Exercise Physiologist , 3rd Edition , is an essential volume for certification candidates and practicing Exercise Physiologists looking to ...

Médecine physique ; Thérapeutique par l'exercice ; Exercice ; Physiothérapie ; Réadaptation ; Exercice - Aspect physiologique

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Background. Stroke may alter sensory modulation and restrict participation in daily occupations. Although studies highlight the relationship between altered sensory modulation and reduced participation, this relationship in stroke survivors has not been studied enough. Purpose. To examine the prevalence of altered sensory modulation among stroke survivors; to compare sensory modulation and participation between stroke survivors and healthy controls; to estimate the relationship between sensory modulation and participation among stroke survivors. Method. Thirty stroke survivors and 30 healthy controls, aged 18–70, completed the MoCA, the Adolescent-Adult Sensory Profile and the Activity Card Sort. Findings. Altered sensory modulation was more prevalent among stroke survivors. Their participation was significantly restricted as compared to healthy controls. Lower tendency to seek sensory input predicted lower participation in social activities. Implications. Occupational therapists should screen for altered sensory modulation in stroke survivors and understand their impacts on participation, in order to improve intervention outcomes.
Background. Stroke may alter sensory modulation and restrict participation in daily occupations. Although studies highlight the relationship between altered sensory modulation and reduced participation, this relationship in stroke survivors has not been studied enough. Purpose. To examine the prevalence of altered sensory modulation among stroke survivors; to compare sensory modulation and participation between stroke survivors and healthy ...

Activités ; Intégration sensorimotrice ; Accidents vasculaires cérébraux

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Optimisation des soins chez les personnes âgées gravement malades | Décembre 2021 H

Article | Veille Gériatrie-gérontologie (Gériatrie - gérontologie)

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À mesure que la population mondiale vieillit et que les progrès de la médecine permettent aux gens de maintenir une bonne qualité de vie à 80, 90 ou même 100 ans, on note une augmentation des hospitalisations d’adultes de 65 ans et plus (personnes âgées) dans les unités de soins intensifs (USI). Les personnes âgées représentent maintenant plus de 50 % des patients des USI au Canada1. À ce jour, durant la pandémie de COVID-19, 59,3 % des patients atteints de COVID-19 hospitalisés dans une USI au Canada avaient plus de 60 ans2. Les personnes qui doivent séjourner dans une USI sont jugées « gravement malades ». Les personnes âgées gravement malades constituent une population particulière qui a des besoins de soins distincts en raison des phénomènes physiologiques et pathologiques liés à l’âge. Nous passons ici en revue les pratiques thérapeutiques optimales chez les personnes âgées gravement malades, sur la base des données probantes disponibles (encadré 1). Nous discutons de l’intégration des principes gériatriques fondés sur des données probantes aux soins intensifs, de l’importance de détecter la fragilité préexistante chez les personnes âgées, des mesures pour prévenir et traiter le délirium et de l’optimisation des soins post-USI.
À mesure que la population mondiale vieillit et que les progrès de la médecine permettent aux gens de maintenir une bonne qualité de vie à 80, 90 ou même 100 ans, on note une augmentation des hospitalisations d’adultes de 65 ans et plus (personnes âgées) dans les unités de soins intensifs (USI). Les personnes âgées représentent maintenant plus de 50 % des patients des USI au Canada1. À ce jour, durant la pandémie de COVID-19, 59,3 % des patients ...

Personnes âgées ; Soins intensifs

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Online Educational Tools for Caregivers of People with Dementia: A Scoping Literature Review | Décembre 2021 H

Article | Veille Gériatrie-gérontologie (Gériatrie - gérontologie)

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Background
Informal caregivers of people with dementia provide the majority of health-based care to people with dementia. Providing this care requires knowledge and access to resources, which caregivers often do not receive. We set out to evaluate the effect of online educational tools on informal caregiver self-efficacy, quality of life, burden/stress, depression, and anxiety, and to identify effective processes for online educational tool development.
Methods
We conducted a scoping review of articles on online educational interventions for informal caregivers of people with dementia searching CINAHL, MEDLINE, EMBASE, and PubMed from 1990 to March 2018, with an updated search conducted in 2020. The identified articles were screened and the data were charted.
Results
33 articles that reported on 24 interventions were included. There is some evidence that online interventions improve caregiver-related outcomes such as self-efficacy, depression, dementia knowledge, and quality of life; and decrease caregiver burden. Common findings across the studies included the need for tailored, stage-specific information applicable to the caregiver’s situation and the use of psychosocial techniques to develop the knowledge components of the interventions.

Conclusion

We demonstrate the importance of having caregivers and health-care professionals involved at all stages of tool conceptualization and development. Online tools should be evaluated with robust trials that focus on how increased knowledge and development approaches affect caregiver-related outcomes.
Background
Informal caregivers of people with dementia provide the majority of health-based care to people with dementia. Providing this care requires knowledge and access to resources, which caregivers often do not receive. We set out to evaluate the effect of online educational tools on informal caregiver self-efficacy, quality of life, burden/stress, depression, and anxiety, and to identify effective processes for online educational tool ...

Personnes âgées ; Démence ; Formation ; SOINS

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Position Statement for Mental Health Care in Long-Term Care During COVID-19 | Décembre 2021 H

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COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted older adults in long-term care (LTC) facilities in Canada. There are opportunities to learn from this crisis and to improve systems of care in order to ensure that older adults in LTC enjoy their right to the highest attainable standard of health. Measures are needed to ensure the mental health of older adults in LTC during COVID-19. The Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry (CAGP) and Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health (CCSMH) have developed the following position statements to address the mental health needs of older adults in LTC facilities, their family members, and LTC staff. We outlined eight key considerations related to mental health care in LTC during COVID-19 to optimize the mental health of this vulnerable population during the pandemic.
COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted older adults in long-term care (LTC) facilities in Canada. There are opportunities to learn from this crisis and to improve systems of care in order to ensure that older adults in LTC enjoy their right to the highest attainable standard of health. Measures are needed to ensure the mental health of older adults in LTC during COVID-19. The Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry (CAGP) and Canadian ...

COVID-19 ; Personnes âgées ; Coronavirus ; Santé mentale ; Démence

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Background. Occupational therapists play a major role in identifying the assistance needs of individuals living with a traumatic brain injury. However, to obtain an accurate assessment, verbal assistance should be provided only when necessary, according to the person's needs. Purpose. This study aimed to understand (1) how verbal assistance is provided during an evaluation of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living and (2) why it is provided in this manner. Method. Interviews were conducted with three expert occupational therapists using their own videotaped evaluation and a “think-aloud” method to explore their clinical reasoning when providing verbal assistance. Data were analyzed using thematic analysis. Findings. The process of providing verbal assistance was recognized as flexible and nonlinear, and influenced by various factors including the participants’ level of understanding of the client's abilities. Implications. This information will help therapists better understand how and when to provide verbal assistance when assessing their clients.
Background. Occupational therapists play a major role in identifying the assistance needs of individuals living with a traumatic brain injury. However, to obtain an accurate assessment, verbal assistance should be provided only when necessary, according to the person's needs. Purpose. This study aimed to understand (1) how verbal assistance is provided during an evaluation of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living and (2) why it is provided in ...

Activités de la vie quotidienne (Réadaptation) ; Troubles de la cognition ; Raisonnement

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Background. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada outlines the need for health care professionals to create more welcoming spaces for Indigenous Peoples. The scope of occupational therapy is continually expanding—yet the profession itself is grounded in and derived from a dominant Eurocentric worldview, and practice is designed to serve a homogenous Western populace. Purpose. To critically examine the Canadian Model of Client-Centered Enablement (CMCE) for its value within Indigenous contexts. Key Issues. The CMCE is positioned as a client-centered model, however there is a clear hierarchical client-professional relationship threaded throughout. Concepts such as enable, advocate, educate, coach, and coordinate demonstrate paternalistic authority, lacking reciprocity, knowledge-sharing, and power redistribution. Implications. Reimagining health care relationships as entrenched in social interconnectedness demands critical reflection and action. A model of practice that endorses social change and actively addresses colonial power inequities must root its paradigmatic foundations in postcolonial views of health care as a social relationship.
Background. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada outlines the need for health care professionals to create more welcoming spaces for Indigenous Peoples. The scope of occupational therapy is continually expanding—yet the profession itself is grounded in and derived from a dominant Eurocentric worldview, and practice is designed to serve a homogenous Western populace. Purpose. To critically examine the Canadian Model of Clien...

Autochtones - Services ; Professionnalisme ; Sécurité culturelle ; Épistémologie de la pratique

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Background. Children and youth with severe cerebral palsy (CP) have limited independent mobility, which affects opportunities for overall development. Purpose. To examine the effectiveness of Power Fun, a therapeutic powered mobility summer camp. Methods. A quasi-experimental, repeated-measure design was used, with participants acting as their own control. Twenty-four participants with severe CP (aged 7–20 years) attended Power Fun for three weeks, five days/week. Assessments of powered mobility skills and functional mobility goals were conducted three weeks before the camp (T1), at baseline (T2), postintervention (T3), and at three-week follow-up (T4). Findings. An analysis of variance results indicated significant improvements in powered mobility skills (F(1,22) = 56.61, p < 0.001, η2p = 0.74) and functional mobility goals (F(1,58) = 80.17, p < 0.001, η2p = 0.74), with 70% of goals achieved postintervention. A descriptive analysis revealed three learning profiles. Implications. This study provides initial evidence supporting the effectiveness of Power Fun as an intervention promoting powered mobility for children with severe CP, across a range of abilities.
Background. Children and youth with severe cerebral palsy (CP) have limited independent mobility, which affects opportunities for overall development. Purpose. To examine the effectiveness of Power Fun, a therapeutic powered mobility summer camp. Methods. A quasi-experimental, repeated-measure design was used, with participants acting as their own control. Twenty-four participants with severe CP (aged 7–20 years) attended Power Fun for three ...

Troubles du développement ; Ergothérapie ; Fauteuils roulants - Utilisation

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Objective
We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis to clarify the effects of different exercise modes (resistance training [RT], whole body vibration training [WBVT], and mixed training [MT, resistance training combined with other exercises such as balance, endurance and aerobic training]) on muscle strength (knee extension strength [KES]) and physical performance (Timed Up and Go [TUG], gait speed [GS] and the Chair Stand [CS]) in older people with sarcopenia.

Method
All studies published from January 2010 to March 2021 on the effects of exercise training in older people with sarcopenia were retrieved from 6 electronic databases: Pubmed, Cochrane Library, Embase, Web of Science, the China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI), and Wanfang Database. Two researchers independently extracted and evaluated studies that met inclusion and exclusion criteria. Pooled analyses for pre- and post- outcome measurements were performed using Review Manager 5.4 with standardized mean differences (SMDs) and fixed-effect models.

Result
Twenty-six studies (25 randomized controlled trails [RCTs] and one non-randomized controlled trail) were included in this study with 1191 older people with sarcopenia (mean age 60.6 ± 2.3 to 89.5 ± 4.4). Compared with a control group, RT and MT significantly improved KES (RT, SMD = 1.36, 95% confidence intervals [95% CI]: 0.71 to 2.02, p < 0.0001, I2 = 72%; MT, SMD = 0.62, 95% CI: 0.29 to 0.95, p = 0.0002, I2 = 56%) and GS (RT, SMD = 2.01, 95% CI: 1.04 to 2.97, p < 0.0001, I2 = 84%; MT, SMD = 0.69, 95% CI: 0.29 to 1.09, p = 0.008, I2 = 81%). WBVT showed no changes in KES (SMD = 0.65, 95% CI: − 0.02 to 1.31, p = 0.06, I2 = 80%) or GS (SMD = 0.12, 95% CI: − 0.15 to 0.39, p = 0.38, I2 = 0%). TUG times were significantly improved with all exercise training modes (SMD = -0.66, 95% CI: − 0.94 to − 0.38, p < 0.00001, I2 = 60%). There were no changes in CS times with any of the exercise training modes (SMD = 0.11, 95% CI: − 0.36 to 0.57, p = 0.65, I2 = 87%).

Conclusions
In older people with sarcopenia, KES and GS can be improved by RT and MT, but not by WBVT. All three training modes improved TUG times, but not improved CS times.
Objective
We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis to clarify the effects of different exercise modes (resistance training [RT], whole body vibration training [WBVT], and mixed training [MT, resistance training combined with other exercises such as balance, endurance and aerobic training]) on muscle strength (knee extension strength [KES]) and physical performance (Timed Up and Go [TUG], gait speed [GS] and the Chair Stand [CS]) in ...

Personnes âgées ; Exercices pour personnes âgées

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Aging impairs physiological processes in the autonomic nervous, endocrine, and cardiovascular systems which are associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Heart rate variability (HRV), the beat-...Review articleWed, 17 Nov 2021 00:00:00 GMT

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Technology-Assisted Supplemental Work Among Rural Medical Providers: Impact on Burnout, Stress, and Job Satisfaction | Novembre / Décembre 2021 H

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Burnout among healthcare providers has been identified as a national public health concern. The purpose of this study was to (a) examine technology usage outside the workplace among rural medical providers, (b) examine whether technology usage is associated with perceived stress and burnout, and (c) examine the impact of technology usage and perceived usefulness of technology on job satisfaction. Results indicated that supplemental technology usage was associated with perceived stress and burnout. Years in practice, supplemental technology usage, and perceived usefulness of technology were all correlated with whether providers would recommend their organization to those considering working there. Findings expand upon past research on physician burnout and indicate that perception of the usefulness of technology is correlated with job satisfaction and whether one would recommend that others work at one's organization. Finding ways to increase positive perceptions of technology usage in a technology-driven medical system may increase the likelihood of retaining or recruiting staff.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Burnout among healthcare providers has been identified as a national public health concern. The purpose of this study was to (a) examine technology usage outside the workplace among rural medical providers, (b) examine whether technology usage is associated with perceived stress and burnout, and (c) examine the impact of technology usage and perceived usefulness of technology on job satisfaction. Results indicated that ...

Épuisement professionnel ; Stress ; Personnel médical

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Purpose
The aim of the study was to understand continence care in geriatric rehabilitation from the perspectives of older persons and nursing staff.

Design
This is a qualitative descriptive study.

Methods
Ten patients and 10 nursing staff participated in semistructured interviews. Observations of care were recorded in field notes. Content analysis was used to develop themes of patient and nursing staff perspectives.

Findings
Three themes were developed: Perceptions of Assessment, Continence Management, and Rehab: The Repair Shop. Patients had limited insight into continence assessment and management by nursing staff. For older persons, incontinence was embarrassing and created dependence; independence in toileting meant gaining control. Staff viewed continence as an important part of rehabilitation nursing but focused on containment and regular toileting, with patients seeing absorbent pads as commonly suggested.

Conclusions
Continence care approaches that engage older persons during rehabilitation are needed.

Clinical Relevance
Restoration of continence through patient-centered care is core to older person rehabilitation.
Purpose
The aim of the study was to understand continence care in geriatric rehabilitation from the perspectives of older persons and nursing staff.

Design
This is a qualitative descriptive study.

Methods
Ten patients and 10 nursing staff participated in semistructured interviews. Observations of care were recorded in field notes. Content analysis was used to develop themes of patient and nursing staff perspectives.

Findings
Three themes ...

Continence ; Personnes âgées ; Réadaptation ; SOINS INFIRMIERS

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant increase in stress for frontline healthcare workers, including rehabilitation workers. Contributing factors include disrupted workflows, heavier workloads, increased time restraints, and fear of contracting/passing the virus. Prolonged high stress levels can produce adverse health outcomes when unaddressed. Resilience can mitigate the negative effects of prolonged stress. Four healthcare workers relate their experiences from the frontlines of the pandemic, discussing their strategies to build resilience and maintain health. Highlighted strategies include mindfulness (the purposeful act of paying attention to the present moment without judgment), gratitude (the practice of being grateful for the positive things in life), self-care (the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle using physical, psychological, and emotional tools), and social support (the sense of belonging that comes from being cared for and valued). These strategies reduce negative outcomes produced by elevated stress levels and promote resilience in frontline healthcare workers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant increase in stress for frontline healthcare workers, including rehabilitation workers. Contributing factors include disrupted workflows, heavier workloads, increased time restraints, and fear of contracting/passing the virus. Prolonged high stress levels can produce adverse health outcomes when unaddressed. Resilience can mitigate the negative effects of prolonged stress. Four healthcare workers ...

Stress ; Résilience ; COVID-19 ; Pandémies ; Coronavirus

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Association des bibliothèques publiques du Québec [30]

Beaulieu, Danie [26]

Lortie, Denys [22]

Salomé, Jacques [21]

Brassard, Yvon [20]

Martin, Richard [19]

Cyrulnik, Boris [18]

Lajoie, Gérald [18]

André, Christophe [17]

Centre hospitalier Pierre-Le Gardeur [17]

Dorais, Michel [16]

Tremblay, Pierre H. [16]

Coutanceau, Roland [15]

Maison Michel Sarrazin [15]

Monbourquette, Jean [15]

Attwood, Tony [14]

Ferland, Francine [14]

Ludlum, Robert [14]

Beaulieu, Jacques [13]

Côté, Gilles [13]

Dolto, Françoise [13]

Duclos, Germain [13]

Hallet, Françoise [13]

Samson, Alain [13]

Société canadienne du cancer [13]

St-Arnaud, Yves [13]

Bonin, Laurier [12]

Bordeleau, Nicole [12]

Côté, Zoé-Isabelle [12]

Cottraux, Jean [12]

L'Abbé, Yvon [12]

Longpré, Sophie [12]

Steel, Danielle [12]

Bouvarel, A. [11]

Kübler-Ross, Elisabeth [11]

Lemay, Michel [11]

Linehan, Marsha [11]

Mirabel-Sarron, Christine [11]

St-Arnaud, Yvon [11]

Sunderland, Margot [11]

Télé-Québec. Service éducatifs [11]

Barreau du Québec. Service de la formation continue [10]

Bourque, Linda B. [10]

Dallaire, Yvon [10]

Estienne, Françoise [10]

Fielder, Eve P. [10]

Fink, Arlene [10]

Hôpital Sainte-Justine [10]

Kabat-Zinn, Jon [10]

Lachance, Sylvie [10]

Lambert-Lagacé, Louise [10]

Laporte, Danielle [10]

Litwin, Mark S. [10]

Oishi, Sabine Mertens [10]

Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec [10]

Association québécoise d'établissements de santé et de services sociaux [9]

Carrière, Marie-Josée [9]

Centre de liaison sur l'intervention et la prévention psychosociales [9]

Collins, Suzanne [9]

Dolto, Catherine [9]

Ducharme, Francine [9]

Faure-Poirée, Colline [9]

Gardonio, Stella [9]

Hébert, Ariane [9]

Huot, Isabelle [9]

Lebeau, Caroline [9]

Lenoir, Frédéric [9]

Lewis, Sharon L. [9]

Maltais, Danielle [9]

Mercier, Vicky [9]

Monette, Denis [9]

Piaget, Jean [9]

Prudhomme, Christophe [9]

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Simard, Stéphanie [9]

Tisseron, Serge [9]

Wein, Alan J. [9]

American Academy of Pediatrics [8]

Anderson, Robert H. [8]

Beaty, James H. [8]

Becker, Anton E. [8]

Béliveau, Richard [8]

Boisvert, Daniel [8]

Boulet, Louis-Philippe [8]

Brunner, Lillian Sholtis [8]

Canale, S. Terry [8]

Cloutier, Lyne [8]

Corcos, Maurice [8]

Corneau, Guy [8]

Goscinny, René [8]

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Jongsma, Arthur E. [8]

Julien, Gilles [8]

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Psychologie - Périodiques [158]

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Alimentation [87]

Enfants autistes - Éducation [81]

Communication interpersonnelle [79]

Ergothérapie [79]

Aidants naturels [78]

Deuil - Aspect psychologique [77]

Adolescents - Psychologie [76]

RELATIONS HUMAINES [76]

Soins palliatifs [75]

Enfants - Protection, assistance, etc [73]

Méditation [73]

Thérapie de comportement [72]

Sciences de la santé - Périodiques [70]

Esprit et corps [69]

Physiothérapie [69]

Biblio-Santé - Santé mentale [68]

Hyperactivité [68]

Soins infirmiers - Périodiques [68]

Bonheur [67]

Changement (Psychologie) [67]

Mort - Aspect psychologique [67]

Pharmacologie [65]

Relations entre hommes et femmes [65]

Relations personnel médical-patient [65]

Thérapie familiale [65]

Éducation des enfants [64]

Éthique médicale [64]

Familles - Aspect psychologique [63]

Cancer [62]

Exercice [62]

Santé mentale [62]

Angoisse [61]

Habiletés sociales chez l'enfant [61]

Psychopathologie [61]

Rôle parental [61]

Dépression [60]

Attachement chez l'enfant [58]

Chirurgie [57]

Maladie d'Alzheimer [57]

Émotions [56]

Vieillissement [56]

Cuisine santé - Recettes [54]

Parents et adolescents [54]

Angoisse - Traitement [53]

Psychanalyse [52]

PSYCHIATRIE [52]

Qualité de la vie [52]

Thérapie cognitive basée sur la pleine conscience [52]

Pédiatrie [51]

Relaxation [51]

Soins infirmiers - Pratique [51]

Spiritualité [51]

Comportement d'aide [50]

Gériatrie [50]

Médicaments [50]

Promotion de la santé [50]

Intégration sociale [49]

Leadership [49]

Qualité de la vie au travail [49]

Cancer - Aspect psychologique [48]

Dépendance (Psychologie) [48]

Enfants autistes [48]

Estime de soi chez l'enfant [48]

Soins en phase terminale [48]

Accompagnement des mourants [47]

Amour [47]

Angoisse chez l'enfant [47]

Changement organisationnel [47]

Couples - Psychologie [47]

Troubles de la personnalité [47]

Vie spirituelle [47]

Personnel - Formation [46]

Efficacité organisationnelle [45]

Maladies mentales - Traitement [45]

Personnel - Motivation [45]

Pneumologie [45]

Biblio-santé - Troubles du spectre de l'autisme [44]

Diabète [44]

Services de santé - Administration [44]

Stress [44]

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