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Nurses and student nurses read case descriptions and generated diagnoses for patients who differed on situational and behaviorial chactacteristics. Consistent with a representativeness heuristic, participants were less likely to attribute symptoms to physical illness when scenarios included...
This study reported on health professionals’ experiences of visual art as a conversation tool with elderly persons. Series of reproductions of paintings with varying themes such as playing children were used to bring forth a variety of topics to be discussed. The results, measured with health...
This population-based study compared nurses who had participated in a sexual assault nurse examiner training program (SANEs) to nurses who had not participated in the program (nonSANEs) on their opinions and practices in relation to the collection of forensic evidence. Self-administered surveys...
As the largest group of health care professionals, nurses are in a unique position to influence their patients who smoke. They also have more contact with patients than any other provider. The purpose of this survey study was to describe nursing students’ beliefs about cigarette smoking, their...
Patients discharged without home care referral were presented as case studies to nurses, social workers, physicians, and discharge planners experienced in discharge planning. Observations and tape-recorded interviews were used to identify patterns clinicians used when gathering information,...
The concept of a majority population in American is rapidly giving way to a collection of minority populations. To ensure representative study sample populations, nurse researchers must gain the ability to access many culturally and ethnically diverse groups. By examining common challenges to...
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