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The purpose of this research was to develop a predictive model that identifies young women at risk for adolescent motherhood. A stratified sample of 357 adolescents was drawn from public health units and public schools in six randomly selected counties in North Central Florida. Data were...
Little is currently known about the context, nature, or frequency of nurses' responses to patient requests for help in dying. Only two empirical studies have surveyed American nurses about their actual responses to such requests. In one of those studies, 441 New England oncology nurses described...
Knowledge that is generated from research is critical toward understanding the prevention, impact, and treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). During the past several decades, the Black community has been disproportionately affected...
This study focuses on the relationships of fatigue and hope to psychosocial adjustment of 122 Korean women with breast cancer who received postsurgical chemotherapy or radiation therapy. The results indicated that after controlling for hope, fatigue uniquely accounted for 38% of the variance in...
Dissemination of research findings and effective clinical innovations is key to the growth and development of the nursing profession. Several avenues exist for the dissemination of information. One forum for communication that has gained increased recognition over the past decade is the poster...
Diabetes mellitus is an incurable disease and a major cause of mortality and morbidity. Diabetes disproportionately affects members of minorities who suffer from higher rates of complications and greater disability (Cowie & Eberhardt, 1996). The purpose of this study was to (a) describe the...
Sexual risk-taking research and subsequent intervention programs have focused almost exclusively on adolescents and men who have sex with men. In comparison, less research has been conducted into adult heterosexual risk-taking behavior. The purposes of this pilot study were to test a survey...
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