Development of an intervention to improve informational continuity of care in older patients with polypharmacy at the interface between general practice and hospital care: protocol for a participatory qualitative study in Germany

Brueckle M-S, Dinh TS, Klein A-A, Rietschel L, Petermann J, Brosse F, Schulz-Rothe S, Gonzalez-Gonzalez AI, Kramer M, Engler J, Mergenthal K, et al. (2022)
BMJ Open 12(4): e058016.

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Brueckle, Maria-Sophie; Dinh, Truc Sophia; Klein, Astrid-Alexandra; Rietschel, Lisa; Petermann, Jenny; Brosse, Franziska; Schulz-Rothe, Sylvia; Gonzalez-Gonzalez, Ana Isabel; Kramer, Martin; Engler, Jennifer; Mergenthal, Karola; Muth, ChristianeUniBi
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Introduction:
Older patients with multimorbidity, polypharmacy and related complex care needs represent a growing proportion of the population and a challenge for healthcare systems. Particularly in transitional care (hospital admission and hospital discharge), medical errors, inappropriate treatment, patient concerns and lack of confidence in healthcare are major problems that may arise from a lack of information continuity. The aim of this study is to develop an intervention to improve informational continuity of care at the interface between general practice and hospital care.
Methods and analysis:
A qualitative approach will be used to develop our participatory intervention. Overall, 32 semistructured interviews with relevant stakeholders will be conducted and analysed. The stakeholders will include healthcare professionals from the outpatient setting (general practitioners, healthcare assistants, ambulatory care nurses) and the inpatient setting (clinical doctors, nurses, pharmacists, clinical information scientists) as well as patients and informal caregivers. At a series of workshops based on the results of the stakeholder analyses, we aim to develop a participatory intervention that will then be implemented in a subsequent pilot study. The same stakeholder groups will be invited for participation in the workshops.
Ethics and dissemination:
Ethical approval for this study was waived by the Ethics Committee of Goethe University Frankfurt because of the nature of the proposed study. Written informed consent will be obtained from all study participants prior to participation. Results will be tested in a pilot study and disseminated at (inter)national conferences and via publication in peer-reviewed journals.
Trial registation number:
Clinical Trials Register: registration number DRKS00027649.
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primary care; general medicine (see internal medicine); health services; administration & management; quality in healthcare; organisation of; health services
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
BMJ Open
Band
12
Ausgabe
4
Art.-Nr.
e058016
eISSN
2044-6055
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2962705

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Brueckle M-S, Dinh TS, Klein A-A, et al. Development of an intervention to improve informational continuity of care in older patients with polypharmacy at the interface between general practice and hospital care: protocol for a participatory qualitative study in Germany. BMJ Open . 2022;12(4): e058016.
Brueckle, M. - S., Dinh, T. S., Klein, A. - A., Rietschel, L., Petermann, J., Brosse, F., Schulz-Rothe, S., et al. (2022). Development of an intervention to improve informational continuity of care in older patients with polypharmacy at the interface between general practice and hospital care: protocol for a participatory qualitative study in Germany. BMJ Open , 12(4), e058016. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-058016
Brueckle, M. - S., Dinh, T. S., Klein, A. - A., Rietschel, L., Petermann, J., Brosse, F., Schulz-Rothe, S., Gonzalez-Gonzalez, A. I., Kramer, M., Engler, J., et al. (2022). Development of an intervention to improve informational continuity of care in older patients with polypharmacy at the interface between general practice and hospital care: protocol for a participatory qualitative study in Germany. BMJ Open 12:e058016.
Brueckle, M.-S., et al., 2022. Development of an intervention to improve informational continuity of care in older patients with polypharmacy at the interface between general practice and hospital care: protocol for a participatory qualitative study in Germany. BMJ Open , 12(4): e058016.
M.-S. Brueckle, et al., “Development of an intervention to improve informational continuity of care in older patients with polypharmacy at the interface between general practice and hospital care: protocol for a participatory qualitative study in Germany”, BMJ Open , vol. 12, 2022, : e058016.
Brueckle, M.-S., Dinh, T.S., Klein, A.-A., Rietschel, L., Petermann, J., Brosse, F., Schulz-Rothe, S., Gonzalez-Gonzalez, A.I., Kramer, M., Engler, J., Mergenthal, K., Muth, C., Voigt, K., van den Akker, M.: Development of an intervention to improve informational continuity of care in older patients with polypharmacy at the interface between general practice and hospital care: protocol for a participatory qualitative study in Germany. BMJ Open . 12, : e058016 (2022).
Brueckle, Maria-Sophie, Dinh, Truc Sophia, Klein, Astrid-Alexandra, Rietschel, Lisa, Petermann, Jenny, Brosse, Franziska, Schulz-Rothe, Sylvia, Gonzalez-Gonzalez, Ana Isabel, Kramer, Martin, Engler, Jennifer, Mergenthal, Karola, Muth, Christiane, Voigt, Karen, and van den Akker, Marjan. “Development of an intervention to improve informational continuity of care in older patients with polypharmacy at the interface between general practice and hospital care: protocol for a participatory qualitative study in Germany”. BMJ Open 12.4 (2022): e058016.
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