His primary areas of study are Physical therapy, Urinary incontinence, Randomized controlled trial, Intervention and Nursing homes. His work on Physical exercise as part of general Physical therapy study is frequently connected to Repeated measures design, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. John F. Schnelle combines subjects such as Gerontology, Constipation, Toileting, Urination and Fecal incontinence with his study of Urinary incontinence.
His research investigates the connection between Randomized controlled trial and topics such as Clinical trial that intersect with problems in Crossover study, Behavior change and Gerontological nursing. As part of the same scientific family, John F. Schnelle usually focuses on Intervention, concentrating on Staffing and intersecting with Family medicine, Data quality and Audit. His Nursing homes research is included under the broader classification of Nursing.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nursing, Nursing homes, Physical therapy, Urinary incontinence and Gerontology. His research investigates the connection between Nursing and topics such as Quality that intersect with issues in Observational study and Staffing. As a part of the same scientific study, John F. Schnelle usually deals with the Nursing homes, concentrating on Primary nursing and frequently concerns with Team nursing.
He has included themes like Psychological intervention, Clinical trial, Medical record, Intervention and Randomized controlled trial in his Physical therapy study. His Urinary incontinence research includes themes of Bacteriuria, Internal medicine, Urinary system, Toileting and Fecal incontinence. He has researched Gerontology in several fields, including Minimum Data Set and Geriatrics.
Nursing, Prospective cohort study, Delirium, Emergency medicine and Emergency department are his primary areas of study. Nursing homes and Psychological intervention are the subjects of his Nursing studies. His Prospective cohort study research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Physical therapy, Health care, Cohort study and Intensive care medicine.
His Physical therapy study incorporates themes from Severity of illness and Geriatrics. His Cohort study research focuses on Health literacy and how it connects with Urinary incontinence. His Emergency department study incorporates themes from Observational study, Validity, Gerontology and Triage, Medical emergency.
John F. Schnelle focuses on Prospective cohort study, Delirium, Emergency medicine, Physical therapy and Emergency department. His Prospective cohort study research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Intensive care medicine and Comorbidity. His Emergency medicine study combines topics in areas such as Polypharmacy, Psychiatry, Cohort study and MEDLINE.
His studies deal with areas such as Depression and Geriatrics as well as Physical therapy. The Emergency department study combines topics in areas such as Observational study, Sedation, Validity and Confidence interval. His studies in Medical emergency integrate themes in fields like Health care and Gerontology.
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The use of the neuropsychiatric inventory in nursing home residents. Characterization and measurement.
Stacey Wood;Jeffrey L Cummings;Ming Ann Hsu;Terry Barclay.
American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry (2000)
The Quality of Medical Care Provided to Vulnerable Community-Dwelling Older Patients
Neil S Wenger;David H Solomon;Carol P Roth;Catherine H MacLean.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2003)
Delirium in Older Emergency Department Patients: Recognition, Risk Factors, and Psychomotor Subtypes
Jin H. Han;Eli E. Zimmerman;Nathan Cutler;John Schnelle.
Academic Emergency Medicine (2009)
Relationship of nursing home staffing to quality of care.
John F. Schnelle;Sandra F. Simmons;Charlene Harrington;Mary Cadogan.
Assessment of wear/nonwear time classification algorithms for triaxial accelerometer.
Leena Choi;Suzanne Capen Ward;John F. Schnelle;Maciej S. Buchowski.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2012)
The Nursing Home Culture-Change Movement: Recent Past, Present, and Future Directions for Research
Anna N. Rahman;John F. Schnelle.
Translating clinical research into practice: a randomized controlled trial of exercise and incontinence care with nursing home residents.
John F. Schnelle;John F. Schnelle;Cathy A. Alessi;Cathy A. Alessi;Sandra F. Simmons;Nahla R. Al-Samarrai.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2002)
A randomized trial of a combined physical activity and environmental intervention in nursing home residents: do sleep and agitation improve?
Cathy A. Alessi;Eun J. Yoon;John F. Schnelle;Nahla R. Al-Samarrai.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (1999)
Diagnosing delirium in older emergency department patients: validity and reliability of the delirium triage screen and the brief confusion assessment method.
Jin H. Han;Amanda Wilson;Eduard E. Vasilevskis;Ayumi Shintani.
Annals of Emergency Medicine (2013)
Delirium in the emergency department: an independent predictor of death within 6 months.
Jin H. Han;Ayumi Shintani;Svetlana Eden;Alessandro Morandi.
Annals of Emergency Medicine (2010)
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