Michelle Kimzey

Michelle Kimzey
Texas Christian University | TCU · College of Nursing

PhD, RN

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The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis has impacted the daily routines of students, people living with dementia, and their care partners. Social distancing results in fewer interpersonal interactions and enjoyable activities which makes life more challenging for those living with dementia. The purposes of this multiple case study were to un...
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The numbers of people living with dementia are overwhelming and underestimated. Care for people with dementia requires a better understanding of the reality of dementia. Dementia education must empower nursing students to understand, appreciate, provide care, and support the needs of people with dementia. The purpose of this study was to explore th...
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Background Persons living with dementia and their caregivers need health information to understand and manage daily life. Previous studies focused on the associations of health literacy and cognitive impairment with less exploring if and how individuals develop health literacy during the course of the disease. Purpose This descriptive qualitative...
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The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis has impacted the daily routines of students, people living with dementia, and their care partners. Social distancing results in fewer interpersonal interactions and enjoyable activities which makes life more challenging for those living with dementia. The purposes of this study were to understand how n...
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The numbers of people living with dementia are overwhelming. Dementia education is important to prepare nursing students to care for this population. Care for people with dementia requires a better understanding of the reality of dementia. Dementia education must empower nursing students to appreciate, provide care, and support the needs of the car...
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There are unique challenges and considerations when receiving the diagnosis of dementia. There are interventions, services, and supports for people with dementia and their care partners, yet they are often unknown, disconnected, and may not be widely available or easily accessible. Health literacy was defined as the degree to which individuals have...
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The experience of living with dementia is multifaceted while unique to the individual. Dementia education must empower nursing students to recognize the complexity of the experience while also emphasizing the need for person centered care. Participation in Dementia Live® provides nursing students a glimpse into the life of a person living with deme...
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Dementia prevalence is increasing exponentially and has a profound effect on individuals diagnosed as well as their family caregivers. Dementia care should be patient focused, not task or medically oriented. Patient-centered dementia care requires more staff time, is complex, and, as a result, financially threatens the healthcare system. Therefore,...
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Background: A theoretical foundation and clinical experience are necessary to prepare nursing students for the care requirements of people with dementia. Method: A quasi-experimental design was used to examine the impact of Dementia Care Bootcamp (DCB) and clinical experience on students' dementia knowledge and attitudes, self-confidence for dem...
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Background: The numbers of people living with dementia are overwhelming. Dementia education is important to prepare nursing students to care for this population. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of a virtual dementia experience on nursing students' attitudes and empathy for people with dementia, dementia knowledge,...
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Background: As the population ages, the effects of Alzheimer's disease will be felt by all nurses. Providing proper care for people with Alzheimer's disease is difficult and requires specific skills, attitudes, and knowledge. Limited data exists regarding nursing students' attitudes and knowledge toward people with Alzheimer's disease, whether und...

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