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Identifying Disease Characteristics, Parent Experience, and Coping Strategies When Predicting Pediatric Illness-Related Stress in Parents of Children with Mitochondrial Disease
Mitochondrial disease (mito) is a group of rare, inherited, chronic, life-limiting, incurable neurodegenerative disorders known to affect children early in life that result from failure of the mitochondria to turn food ...
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 ...
WITHDRAWAL ASSESSMENT FOR ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL AND COMORBID TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Each year, the incidence of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) in the United States is reported to be ~1.7 million total cases with approximately 50% of all those cases being related to alcohol consumption. The medical staff ...
Teen Suicide: Experiences in the Emergency Department Following a Suicide Attempt
The phenomenon of adolescent suicide warrants further investigation and research. Teen suicide is the third leading cause of death for 15-24 year olds. Shockingly, teen suicide has increased in recent years. Current treatment ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Re-forming the risk message: A grounded theory of engaging health information
Low-income rural dwelling families are at risk for more exposure to environmental hazards due to larger percentages of substandard housing, the types of industries found in rural areas, and less access to resources for ...
Development of the Genomic Nursing Concept Inventory
Nurse educators worldwide are charged with preparing a workforce to deliver competent genetic and genomic based care. In the United States, a set of broadly endorsed competencies (the
Empowering Patients with Persistent Pain Using an Internet-based Self-management Program
New strategies are needed to improve care for patients with persistent pain. Biopsychosocial models for pain treatments are effective, yet remain inaccessible, particularly for patients with limited resources and from ...