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PROVIDER WEIGHT BIAS: EXPEREINCES OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE CANCER SURVIVORS
Declared a disease by the AMA in 2013, obesity claims the lives of over 2.8 million people annually in the U.S. Mounting evidence indicates weight bias is encountered in the interactions with health care professionals; ...
Experiences of Presenteeism Among Working Nurses With Chronic Conditions: A Heideggerian Hermenuetic Study
Presenteeism is defined as the phenomenon of an employee attending work while ill or in spite of feeling physically and/or cognitively unable to fully engage in normal day-to-day work activities (Johns, 2011). Research ...
Understanding Family Members' Experiences of Facilitated Family Presence
Facilitated family presence during resuscitation (FFPR) is a practice in healthcare that provides family members the opportunity to be present with their loved one during resuscitation. The distinct aspect of FFPR is the ...