2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Gerontology, Palliative care, Health care, MEDLINE and Family medicine. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Odds ratio, Multivariate analysis, Activities of daily living and Public health. Her Palliative care research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Patient satisfaction and Intensive care medicine.
Her work in Health care addresses subjects such as Quality, which are connected to disciplines such as Environmental health, Health services research, Cultural diversity and Socioeconomic status. Joan M. Teno interconnects Psychological intervention, Quality of care, Nursing homes and Geriatrics in the investigation of issues within MEDLINE. Her Family medicine research integrates issues from Cognition and Quality management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nursing, Family medicine, Palliative care, Gerontology and Health care. Her work in Nursing tackles topics such as MEDLINE which are related to areas like Advance care planning. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hospice care, Medicare Hospice, Bereaved family and Patient experience.
Her studies deal with areas such as Quality of life, Patient satisfaction, Psychological intervention and Intensive care medicine as well as Palliative care. Her Intensive care medicine research includes elements of Survival analysis, Cohort study and Emergency medicine. Her work carried out in the field of Gerontology brings together such families of science as Odds ratio, Demography, Retrospective cohort study, Dementia and Public health.
Her primary areas of investigation include Family medicine, Nursing, Hospice care, Emergency medicine and Retrospective cohort study. Her Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hospice Programs, Quality of care, Medicare Hospice, Bereaved family and Patient experience. Joan M. Teno studies Nursing, focusing on Palliative care in particular.
Her Palliative care study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Health policy and Comorbidity. Her Emergency medicine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Minimum Data Set, Activities of daily living and Confidence interval. Her Retrospective cohort study research incorporates themes from Advance care planning, MEDLINE and Pneumonia.
Joan M. Teno spends much of her time researching Retrospective cohort study, Emergency medicine, Hospice care, Minimum Data Set and Family medicine. Her Retrospective cohort study study incorporates themes from Medicare Part C, Intensive care unit, MEDLINE and Inpatient care. Her research investigates the connection between MEDLINE and topics such as Socioeconomic status that intersect with problems in Demography, End-of-life care and Odds ratio.
Her research in Family medicine intersects with topics in Healthcare providers and Hospice Programs. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Confidence interval, Logistic regression are connected with Health care and other disciplines. Her work focuses on many connections between Dementia and other disciplines, such as Gerontology, that overlap with her field of interest in Psychological intervention.
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Family perspectives on end-of-life care at the last place of care.
Joan M. Teno;Brian R. Clarridge;Virginia Casey;Lisa C. Welch.
The Clinical Course of Advanced Dementia
Susan L. Mitchell;Joan M. Teno;Dan K. Kiely;Michele L. Shaffer.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2009)
Change in End-of-Life Care for Medicare Beneficiaries: Site of Death, Place of Care, and Health Care Transitions in 2000, 2005, and 2009
Joan M. Teno;Pedro L. Gozalo;Julie P. W. Bynum;Natalie E. Leland.
Perceptions by Family Members of the Dying Experience of Older and Seriously Ill Patients
Joanne Lynn;Joan M. Teno;Russell S. Phillips;Albert W. Wu.
Annals of Internal Medicine (1997)
Defining Advance Care Planning for Adults: A Consensus Definition From a Multidisciplinary Delphi Panel
Rebecca L. Sudore;Rebecca L. Sudore;Hillary D. Lum;John J. You;Laura C. Hanson.
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (2017)
The influence of the probability of survival on patients' preferences regarding cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Donald J. Murphy;David Burrows;Sara Santilli;Anne W. Kemp.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1994)
The Impact of Serious Illness on Patients' Families
Kenneth E. Covinsky;Kenneth E. Covinsky;Lee Goldman;E. Francis Cook;Robert Oye.
Association between advance directives and quality of end-of-life care: a national study.
Joan M. Teno;Andrea Gruneir;Zachary Schwartz;Aman Nanda.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2007)
Advance Directives for Seriously Ill Hospitalized Patients: Effectiveness with the Patient Self‐Determination Act and the SUPPORT Intervention
Joan Teno;Joanne Lynn;Neil Wenger;Russell S. Phillips.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (1997)
Driven to Tiers: Socioeconomic and Racial Disparities in the Quality of Nursing Home Care
Vincent Mor;Jacqueline Zinn;Joseph Angelelli;Joan M. Teno;Joan M. Teno.
Milbank Quarterly (2004)
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