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Self reported changes in quality of life, demands of illness, and sexual function in colon cancer survivors
The vast majority of research among colon cancer survivors has been conducted retrospectively, reported in aggregate, from a heterogeneous group of survivors. The purpose of this prospective longitudinal study was to ...
Experiences of Registered Nurses Who Voluntarily Withdraw From Their BSN Program
The need for a more highly educated nurse workforce has never been more evident as researchers are beginning to examine the effect of higher levels of nursing education and skill mix on nurse-specific indicators of patient ...
The Influence of Culture on Older Adults' Adoption of Smart Home Monitoring: A Qualitative Descriptive Study
This qualitative descriptive interdisciplinary study, performed in the space between nursing and engineering and within the field of gerontechnology, explored the influence of culture on older adults’ adoption of smart ...
Exploration of Nurse-Midwifery Care for Childbirth
Pregnancy and childbirth contribute to approximately one in four hospitalizations, often involving multiple elective and expensive interventions such as labor analgesia, labor induction, or cesarean delivery, adding to ...
The Experience of Student Nurses While Caring for Patients at Risk for Suicide
Suicide is a major public health problem worldwide. Evidence suggests that healthcare providers do not consistently screen, assess, and manage individuals at risk for suicide. In order for suicide prevention efforts to be ...
Development of a Pediatric Simulation-Based Scenario and Performance Checklist for Medication Administration Competencies
The purpose of this study was to develop a pediatric simulation-based scenario and performance checklist on administering medication to a toddler to include physiological, cognitive, and socioemotional developmental ...