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As part of a qualitative research project on constant care, 8 psychiatric nurses described their perceptions of the constant care experience and its purposes and values. One of the major domains that emerged from the interviews was "nursing"; it consisted of nine themes, some of which indicated...
The rationale for clinical nursing scholarship derives both from the nature of any health profession and from the nature of nursing. Clinical scholarship, whether scientific, evaluative, philosophical, or historical, provides the means for advancing knowledge needed to continuously improve the...
The Medicare end-stage renal disease (ESRD) program costs more than $2 billion a year. Costs per treatment vary significantly across hemodialysis facilities, yet the relationship of these cost differentials to case mix and outcomes is uncertain. This study analyzed treatment variations in 527...
Use of patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) was compared with nurse-administered intermittent intramuscular (NM) Injections of morphine in older adults during their postoperative recovery. Data analyses indicated that the PCA and IM groups did not dyfer in pain intensity, pain distress, and...
A longitudinal study with a phenomenological approach revealed mismatched perceptions between caregivers and women in high-risk perinatal care. The participants were 27 women, 20 of which were recruited during a high-risk pregnancy and 7 who were recruited following the birth of a high-risk...
The method of saturating gauze sponges directly in their wrapper was tested to determine strike-through contamination. Contamination occurred in 100% of the uncoated-wrapper sponges, regardless of exposure to Staphylococcus epidermidis or Escherichia coli. Among coated-wrapper sponges, 80%...
Major methodological problems attend any attempt to measure coping. Some of these difficulties relate to the timeframe, the units of evaluation, and who should judge the effectiveness of coping behaviors. Account must be taken of factors as diverse as the social context of the individual and the...
Caring is an inadequate concept for nursing practice. Rather, if comfort is used as the central paradigm for nursing, the focus of nursing research changes from the nurse to the patient. The components, limitations, and relevance of comfort are discussed in this article. Preliminary results of a...
The commentary reviews similarities between the American and the European perspective of the HIV spread, with particular emphasis on the British mode of transmission among women. Social perceptions of the female role are seen as contributing to the difficulties experienced by British women who...
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