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MEASURES OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS IN NOVICE HEALTH PROFESSIONS STUDENTS DURING A SIMULATED PATIENT EMERGENCY
Learning to provide emergency care alone and with others in the clinical environment imposes unexplored stresses on novice caregivers. It is unclear whether this stress inhibits or promotes performance and learning. Many ...
TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS IN THE ARUMERU DISTRICT OF NORTHERN TANZANIA: EVALUATION OF THE PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES
Purpose: Describe the prevalence of diabetes in rural northern Tanzania and the association between biometric markers and lifestyle indicators with diabetes, hypertension, and obesity.Background: Diabetes in sub-Sahara ...
Experience of Nurses in Caring for Patients with Short Term Indwelling Urinary Catheters During Hospitalization: A challenge to Reshape Caring Practices
EXPERIENCE OF NURSES IN CARING FOR PATIENTS WITH SHORT TERM INDWELLING URINARY CATHETERS DURING HOSPITALIZATION: A CHALLENGE TO RESHAPE CARING PRACTICES Abstract by Alecia Isabella Nye, Ph.D. Washington State University ...