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Recruiting participants in studies involving sensitive topics can be challenging. OBJECTIVE This article examines whether a modified application of the Dillman method for enhancing survey response rates will increase participant recruitment rates when studying abuse during childbearing. STUDY...
There are few controlled studies in acute care of the effectiveness of distracting music in reducing the frequency of noise produced by dementing individuals. OBJECTIVE: The authors tested whether a randomized intervention of playing baroque music for 30-min periods would reduce the frequency of...
It is critical for researchers to develop multidimensional models of prevention that reflect the complexity of the organization of a psychiatric unit. OBJECTIVE: The objective of the study was to develop a midrange theory of violence prevention on inpatient psychiatric units. DESIGN: Grounded...
The current philosophical paradigm in psychiatry is based in logical positivism, as outcomes are viewed as objective and scientifically verifiable. This approach, although making important contributions to the field, fails to acknowledge outcomes from the perspective of the client. A growing...
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