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A burgeoning aging population, the desire of elders to “age in place,” and changes in family structure that leave elders with limited family supports have generated great interest in assisted living. Many baby boomers have the means to afford assisted living either for themselves or their...
This article briefly refers to the impact of political and policy changes that have affected genetic services in the Republic of South Africa (RSA) since 1994’s first democratic elections brought the African National Congress to power. Genetic services were relocated to the field of primary...
Cancer genetics involves bringing together a team of health care providers with expertise in both oncology and genetics in which advanced practice nurses play a critical role. Cancer genetic risk counseling programs are exemplary models for future risk assessment clinics in other clinical...
A policy analysis of access to health care was undertaken using a review of current studies and proposals for health care reform in order to uncover the issues of cost, quality, and scope of services that would be required to realize health care coverage for the 38.7 million Americans who remain...
The Nursing Care Quality Initiative (NCQI) is a collaborative project between the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System and Mount Sinai New York University Health. Eighteen patient care units within 10 hospitals are involved in the NCQI Project, which is focused on preparing staff nurses...
It is estimated that there will be 54 million citizens without health insurance in 2007. The nursing profession should consider policies that reduce the number of uninsured. This article describes the characteristics of the uninsured and the possible impact of tax credits and addresses some...
British politics have undergone a dramatic change as new types of political organizations have emerged in the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU), yet rarely do nurses receive a mention; they face constant difficulties placing their work on the political agenda. In comparison to the...
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