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1957 2
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1959 3
1960 2
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1962 9
1963 7
1964 6
1965 5
1966 13
1967 105
1968 389
1969 448
1970 439
1971 577
1972 687
1973 807
1974 857
1975 819
1976 724
1977 788
1978 872
1979 958
1980 774
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1982 748
1983 653
1984 680
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1986 752
1987 916
1988 1099
1989 1337
1990 1543
1991 1788
1992 1602
1993 1766
1994 1839
1995 1776
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1997 2077
1998 2265
1999 2747
2000 3331
2001 4132
2002 4595
2003 5734
2004 6768
2005 7046
2006 8066
2007 8111
2008 7379
2009 6777
2010 7180
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2013 7129
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The Challenges of Conscientious Objection in Health care.
Shanawani H. J Relig Health 2016 - Review. PMID 26923838
Conscientious objection (CO) is the refusal to perform a legal role or responsibility because of personal beliefs. In health care, conscientious objection involves practitioners not providing certain treatments to their patients, based on reasons of morality or "conscience." ...For this reason, it is incumbent on the provider with a CO to minimize or eliminate the impact of their CO both on the delivery of care to the patients they serve and on the medical system in which they serve patients. ...
Conscientious objection (CO) is the refusal to perform a legal role or responsibility because of personal beliefs. In h …
Nurse Practitioner Role Transition: A Concept Analysis
Barnes H. Nurs Forum 2015. PMID 24404898
However, there is limited analysis of the transition from registered nurse to NP. Oftentimes, during this transition, there is a shift from an experienced, expert status to an inexperienced, novice status, with a subsequent loss of confidence in one's ability and competence. ...FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS: The four defining attributes of NP role transition are absorption of the role, the shift from provider of care to prescriber of care, straddling two identities, and mixed emotions. ...
However, there is limited analysis of the transition from registered nurse to NP. Oftentimes, during this transition, there is …
Vulnerability in patients and nurses and the mutual vulnerability in the patient-nurse relationship
Angel S and Vatne S. J Clin Nurs 2017 - Review. PMID 27626897
This implies that the objective dimension of patient vulnerability does not necessarily reflect the patient's own perception of being vulnerable. ...The core of this mutuality is explored in the light of Martin Heidegger's philosophy of being. CONCLUSION: The patient's need for help from the nurse opens the patient to engage in supportive and/or harmful encounters. ...
This implies that the objective dimension of patient vulnerability does not necessarily reflect the patient's own perce …
Understanding and achieving person-centred care: the nurse perspective
Ross H, et al. J Clin Nurs 2015. PMID 25047737 Free article.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To present findings from the first stage of an exploratory study investigating nurses' understanding and facilitation of person-centred care within an acute medical ward. ...RESULTS: Nurses had a clear understanding of person-centred care in the context of their work. They acknowledged the importance of relationships, personal qualities of staff and respecting the principles of person-centred care as they strived to provide safe, high-quality person-centred care. ...
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To present findings from the first stage of an exploratory study investigating nurses' understanding and …
How critical care nurses' roles and education affect organ donation.
Jawoniyi OO and Gormley K. Br J Nurs 2015 - Review. PMID 26153810
Organ and tissue dysfunction and failure cause high mortality rates around the world. Tissue and organs transplantation is an established, cost-effective, life-saving treatment for patients with organ failure. However, there is a large gap between the need for and the supply of donor organs. Acute and critical care nurses have a central role in the organ donation process, from identifying and assessing potential donors and supporting their families to involvement in logistics. ...
Organ and tissue dysfunction and failure cause high mortality rates around the world. Tissue and organs transplantation is an
A critical analysis of scales to measure the attitude of nurses toward spiritual care and the frequency of spiritual nursing care activities.
Garssen B, et al. Nurs Inq 2017 - Review. PMID 28025855
Quantitative studies have assessed nurses' attitudes toward and frequency of spiritual care [SC] and which factors are of influence on this attitude and frequency. ...Psychometric analysis of these scales was often meager and the items of all but one scale suffered from two or more of the five problems described above. ...
Quantitative studies have assessed nurses' attitudes toward and frequency of spiritual care [SC] and which factors are of infl …
Exploration of priority actions for strengthening the role of nurses in achieving universal health coverage.
Maaitah RA and AbuAlRub RF. Rev Lat Am Enfermagem 2017. PMID 28146176 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: to explore priority actions for strengthening the role of Advanced Practice Nurses (APNs) towards the achievement of Universal Health Converge (UHC) as perceived by health key informants in Jordan. ...A purposive sample of seventeen key informants from various nursing and health care sectors was recruited for the purpose of the study. ...
OBJECTIVE: to explore priority actions for strengthening the role of Advanced Practice Nurses (APNs) towards the achievement
Speaking my patient's language: bilingual nurses' perspective about provision of language concordant care to patients with limited English proficiency.
Ali PA and Johnson S. J Adv Nurs 2017. PMID 27601267 Free article.
Nurses are responsible for providing care to patients regardless of their culture, religion, ethnic background or language. Language barriers, however, are hurdles that hamper development of effective communication between nurses and patients. ...Factors affecting nurses' ability to provide language concordant care included individual factors (confidence; years of experience as a nurse; years of experience in the work setting; and relationship with colleagues), patients' expectation, attitudes of other patients, colleagues and nurse managers, organizational culture and organizational policies. ...
Nurses are responsible for providing care to patients regardless of their culture, religion, ethnic background or language. La …
Conscientious objection and person-centered care.
Buetow S and Gauld N. Theor Med Bioeth 2018. PMID 30027494
Health care centered on persons, rather than patients, recognizes clinicians and patients on the same stratum. The moral interests of clinicians, as persons, thus warrant as much consideration as those of other persons, including patients. ...In this milieu of blurred boundaries, person-centered care offers a constructive way to accommodate conscientious objection by clinicians. ...
Health care centered on persons, rather than patients, recognizes clinicians and patients on the same stratum. The moral inter …
Exploring Public Health and Nursing Students' Perceptions of Each Other's Professional Roles.
White S, et al. Nurs Educ Perspect 2019. PMID 30920474
Public health education specialists and nurses often work interprofessionally in the public health setting. Using a mixed-methods design, this exploratory study evaluated the effect of an online interprofessional case study activity on nursing and public health education students' perceptions of each other's professional role. ...Recommendations for implementing interprofessional education programs include more emphasis on education about professional scopes of practice and roles/responsibilities of the health professions....
Public health education specialists and nurses often work interprofessionally in the public health setting. Using a mixed-methods des …
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