Table 17Description of analysis and outcome domains: international longitudinal peer-reviewed studies

StudySample/Intervention/ComparisonAnalysisOutcome Domains
Resource Implications Study Group, 200032Care-recipients receiving HCBS or NH care in the United Kingdom, with followup for 2 yearsTested significance of changes over time in General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) score of caregivers using t test for paired samplesFamily caregivers' psychological morbidity
McCann et al., 200950Residents in residential homes (referred to as HCBS group) and NHs in Northern Ireland, with followup for 5 yearsCox proportional hazards models were used to examine the relationship between resident and setting characteristics and risk of death during the 5-year followup adjusted for age, sex, general health, and marital statusMortality
Nottingham Studies
Rothera et al., 200258
Residents in residential homes (referred to as HCBS group) and NHs in the United Kingdom, with followup for 20 monthsSurvival function was calculated for the number of days survived within the 20-month period; univariate and multivariate Cox analyses controlling for age, gender, and prior placement were performedMortality

ADL = Activities of Daily Living; HCBS = Home and Community-Based Services; NH = Nursing Home; PACE = Program of All-Inclusive Care

From: Results

Cover of Long-Term Care for Older Adults
Long-Term Care for Older Adults: A Review of Home and Community-Based Services Versus Institutional Care [Internet].
Comparative Effectiveness Reviews, No. 81.
Wysocki A, Butler M, Kane RL, et al.

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