Research Trends and Issues Recognized by Nurses Regarding People with Dementia Utilizing the Need-driven Dementia-compromised Behavior (NDB) Model Chieko Greiner 1 , Mizue Suzuki 2 , Tokiko Isowa 1 , Atsuko Uchida 1 1School of Nursing,Mie Prefectural College of Nursing 2School of Nursing,Mie Prefectural College of Nursing Keyword: Need-driven Dementia-compromised Behavior Model , 認知症 , 認知症者の行動心理学的症状(BPSD) , 問題行動 , ニード , Need-driven Dementia-compromised Behavior Model , people with dementia , behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia(BPSD) , problematic behaviors , needs pp.291-300
Published Date 2006/8/1
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1681100074
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Problematic behaviors,behavior disorders,or behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia(BPSD),such as aggression or wandering,are perceived as behavior that is unpleasant and threatening to those in its vicinity. The Need-driven Dementia-compromised Behavior(NDB)Model has conceptualized these behaviors found in people with dementia as understandable potential needs; the model was developed with the view that dementia specific behaviors,such as wandering,will be reduced if these needs are satisfied. In this model,NDBs reflect an interaction of background factors,relatively stable personal characteristics,and proximal factors,more flexible environmental factors. This article,together with introducing how the NDB model developed by Dr.Algase al et. came about,summarizes research trends in this area. Furthermore,it explains the recently published Consequences of Need-Driven Dementia-compromised Behavior(C-NDB)theory.

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