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Risks and Complications of Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea for the Perioperative Patient
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is very common. An estimated 82% of men and 92% of women with moderate to severe sleep apnea have not been diagnosed. This potentially leaves patients at risk for perioperative complications. ...
Self-Efficacy of LPNs: Relation to Attaining RN Licensure
Health care in Washington state is experiencing a growing critical shortage of Registered Nurses (RN). This looming shortage impacts the quality of and accessibility to health care for the State's citizens. One strategy ...
Prescribing Competencies for Autonomous APRN Prescriptive Authority: What Do Nurse Prescribers Need to Know?
The United States currently has no reliable and valid model for assessing entry-level autonomous prescriptive competency for advanced practice nurses, despite a decade of legislative expansion in scope and autonomy. Klein ...
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