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REGISTERED NURSES' EXPERIENCES OF CARE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
Purpose: The main purpose of this study was to explore ED nurses' experiences in caring for individuals with mental health concerns and their thoughts of what contributes to or inhibits their ability to care for this patient ...
An Investigation Into Atherosclerotic Indicators Among Current Shift and Non-Shift Working Female Hospital Employees: An Exploratory Study
Shift work has been suggested to be associated with early adverse atherosclerotic changes. Endothelial function, intima-media thickness (IMT), and arterial stiffness are preclinical predictors of atherosclerotic changes, ...
An exploration of the associations between work and life stress, and indicators of cardiovascular risk among female shift work and non-shift work hospital employees.
Objective: To compare psychological work and life stress indicators among female hospital employees in both shift work (SW) and non-shift work (NSW) positions, and determine associations with demographic and vocational ...
GUIDED INTERNET-BASED COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL SELF-MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC PAIN: A FEASIBILITY STUDY
Background: The “gold standard” in chronic pain treatment is multidisciplinary care. With long wait times to receive appropriate care, there is a need for improved access to non-pharmacological treatments in the time gap ...
Analysing Ontario Public Health Nurses Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs about Roles and Responsibilities in Addressing Climate Change
The developed world now recognizes the long-term implications of climate change on the health of global populations. In 2008, the Canadian Nurses Association and the International Council of Nurses clearly defined the role ...
It’s Everything and Everyone’s Responsibility: Patient Safety Culture in a Rural Hospital
Healthcare professionals are expected to know their role in patient safety. In a rural hospital, they may have different roles along with their professional role. Staff and services are fewer and the community is often ...