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Year Number of Results
1956 2
1964 1
1973 28
1974 26
1975 19
1976 20
1977 23
1978 22
1979 32
1980 19
1981 41
1982 60
1983 82
1984 88
1985 102
1986 97
1987 101
1988 92
1989 81
1990 173
1991 504
1992 506
1993 492
1994 439
1995 441
1996 432
1997 476
1998 573
1999 524
2000 437
2001 589
2002 493
2003 489
2004 517
2005 542
2006 505
2007 555
2008 522
2009 472
2010 532
2011 480
2012 520
2013 474
2014 433
2015 399
2016 353
2017 288
2018 237
2019 112
2020 2
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Open intensive care units: a global challenge for patients, relatives, and critical care teams
Cappellini E, et al. Dimens Crit Care Nurs 2014 - Review. PMID 24895947
The following keywords were searched: "visiting," "hours," "ICU," "policy," and "intensive care unit." Inclusion criteria for the review were original research paper, adult ICU, articles published in the last 10 years, English or Italian language, and available abstract. ...Open ICUs policy/guidelines acknowledge concerns with visitor hand washing to prevent the risk of infection transmission to patients. ...
The following keywords were searched: "visiting," "hours," "ICU," "policy," and "intensive care unit." Inclusion criteria for the rev …
Practicing what we preach: developing a data sharing policy for the Journal of the Medical Library Association.
Read KB, et al. J Med Libr Assoc 2018. PMID 29632437 Free PMC article.
This editorial describes the activity of a working group charged with developing a research data sharing policy for the Journal of the Medical Library Association....
This editorial describes the activity of a working group charged with developing a research data sharing policy for the Journal of th …
Qualitative analysis of the dynamics of policy design and implementation in hospital funding reform.
Palmer KS, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 29373587 Free PMC article.
We used an embedded case study method and in-depth, one-on-one, semi-structured, telephone interviews with key informants at three levels of the health care system: Designers (those who designed the QBP policy); Adoption Supporters (organizations and individuals supporting adoption of QBPs); and Hospital Implementers (those responsible for QBP implementation in hospitals). ...CONCLUSIONS: Policy drift and policy layering affected both the goal and the mechanism of action of hospital funding reform. ...
We used an embedded case study method and in-depth, one-on-one, semi-structured, telephone interviews with key informants at three levels of …
In reply to Berman and Crane
Huddle TS, et al. Acad Med 2015. PMID 25628131
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