• References
        REFERENCES  Abbott, R., White, L., & Ross, G. (2004). Walking and dementia in physically capable elderly men. Journal  of the American Medical Association, 292, 1447–1453.  Abengozar, C., Bueno, B., & Vega, J. (1999). Intervention on attitudes toward death along the life span.  Educational Gerontology...
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  • Nursing
    EVIDENCE-BASED Janet Houser, PhD, RN Kathleen S. Oman, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN University of Colorado Hospital University of Colorado, College of Nursing Aurora, Colorado World Headquarters Jones & Bartlett Learning 40 Tall Pine Drive Sudbury, MA 01776 978-443-5000 info@jblearning.com www.jblearning...
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  • Hypertension
    JOINT NATIONAL COMMITTEE on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure I N S T I T U T E S L U N G , A N D O F B L O O D H E A L T H I N S T I T U T E H E A R T , THE SIXTH REPORT OF THE ON J O I N T N AT I O N A L C O M M I T T E E PREVENTION...
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  • Critical Review of the Literature of the role that Dietary Factors Play in Preventing Type 2 Diabetes’
    2010 worldwide and this is estimated to grow to 439 million by 2030. (19) T2D has been associated with a variety of other health problems such as cardiovascular disease, blindness and shortened life expectancy. (4,40) The prevalence of the disease is associated with obesity and overweight as well as a ‘Western’...
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  • Postpartum Hemorrhage
    United States is approximately 7-10 women per 100,000 live births. National statistics suggest that approximately 8% of these deaths are caused by PPH.[1] In industrialized countries, PPH usually ranks in the top 3 causes of maternal mortality, along with embolism and hypertension. In the developing world...
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  • Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest
    This case study will discuss three medical interventions for a 56 year old female who was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit following an out of hospital VF cardiac arrest presumed secondary to an inferior/inferolateral STEMI. The patient experienced 12 minutes of downtime before return of spontaneous...
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  • lifestle diseases
    Perception, Knowledge & Awareness of Coronary Heart Disease among rural Australian women 25 to 65 years of age – A Descriptive Study Rosanne Crouch Submitted for Master of Nursing Science, October 2008 Discipline of Nursing, The University of Adelaide Table of Contents Index of Figures……………………………………………………………………...
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  • Caring of Staff Nurses in Selected Hospitals in Benguet Province
    BAGUIO CENTRAL UNIVERSITY GRADUATE STUDIES PAGE CARING BEHAVIORS OF STAFF NURSES AT SELECTED HOSPITALS IN BENGUET PROVINCE _____________ A Thesis Presented to The Faculty of the Graduate School BAGUIO CENTRAL UNIVERSITY Baguio City _____________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements...
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  • Anxiety
    Management in Adult Day Surgery A Nursing Perspective Anxiety Management in Adult Day Surgery A Nursing Perspective Mark Mitchell BA, MSc, PhD, RGN, NDNCert, RCNT, RNT University of Salford, Greater Manchester, UK W WHURR PUBLISHERS L O N D O N A N D P H I L A D E L P H I A © 2005 Whurr Publishers...
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  • Term Trial
    7/2/08 11:22 AM Page iii HEALTH BEHAVIOR AND HEALTH EDUCATION Theory, Research, and Practice 4TH EDITION KAREN GLANZ BARBARA K. RIMER K. VISWANATH Editors Foreword by C. Tracy Orleans Glanz.ffirs 7/2/08 11:22 AM Page ii Glanz.ffirs 7/2/08 11:22 AM Page...
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  • A Process of Decision Making by Caregivers of Family Members with Heart Failure
    An Analysis of Standford et al.’s Study 1|P a ge An Analysis of Sanford, Townsend-Rocchicciolli, Horigan, & Hall’s Study A Process of Decision Making by Caregivers of Family Members With Heart Failure A research critique submitted by Thelma Augustin, Melody Alexander, Ashley Breaux, Nissa Fisher...
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  • Childhood Obesity
    1 MARATHONERS: A CHILDHOOD OBESITY PREVENTION PROGRAM by Maria A. Crawford __________________________________ Copyright © Maria A. Crawford, 2008 A Masters Project Submitted to the Faculty of the COLLEGE OF NURSING In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE...
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  • Professor
    1007/s10545-011-9359-8 REVIEW Cardiac disease in patients with mucopolysaccharidosis: presentation, diagnosis and management Elizabeth A. Braunlin & Paul R. Harmatz & Maurizio Scarpa & Beatriz Furlanetto & Christoph Kampmann & James P. Loehr & Katherine P. Ponder & William C. Roberts & Howard M. Rosenfeld...
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  • Research
    used in hospitalized patients and can be an appropriate means of therapeutic management under specific circumstances. However, many indwelling urinary catheters are used without clear indications (Gokula, Hickner, & Smith, 2004; Jain, Parada, David, & Smith, 1995), thus putting patients at an unnecessary...
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  • Risk Communication
    them, this guide, like so many of FDA’s initiatives, would not have happened. We also thank Nancy Derr and Elena Ketelhut for their thoughtful and patient help in seeing the guide through the production process. Finally, we thank the guide’s authors and reviewers. Each has either served on the Committee...
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  • Hr592
    st r ess in t he wo r k p la ce m eetin g tH e c H Al l en g e about the publication this publication is an adjunct to Health Advocate’s recent webinar “Stress in the Workplace: meeting the challenge” co-sponsored by the national Women’s Health Resource center, the leading independent health information...
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  • Sports
    Access Metabolic Impact of the Amount and Type of Dietary Carbohydrates on the Risk of Obesity and Diabetes Begoña Manuel-y-Keenoy*,1 and Lucía Perez-Gallardo2 1 Laboratory of Nutrition and Functional Food Science, Faculty of Pharmacy, Biomedical & Veterinary Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium ...
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  • Alzheimer's Disease: Ways of Prevention and Treatment
    the disease from progressing there are several medications available to help treat symptoms and slow down the process of progression. Through many studies, ways of prevention have been discovered that if done early on in life can decrease risk of contracting the disease. But for the family members those...
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  • Medical Error
    http://www.nap.edu/catalog/11623.html We ship printed books within 1 business day; personal PDFs are available immediately. Preventing Medication Errors: Quality Chasm Series Committee on Identifying and Preventing Medication Errors, Philip Aspden, Julie Wolcott, J. Lyle Bootman, Linda R. Cronenwett...
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  • health care
    Quality improvement training for healthcare professionals August 2012 Identify Innovate Demonstrate Encourage Contents Key messages 3 1. Scope 6 2. Examples of training 10 3. Most effective approaches 27 4. Important messages 33 References 39 Health Foundation...
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