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Factors influencing the implementation of clinical guidelines for health care professionals: A systematic meta-review
MethodsA search of five literature databases and one website was performed to find relevant existing systematic reviews or meta-reviews. Expand
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White paper defining optimal palliative care in older people with dementia: A Delphi study and recommendations from the European Association for Palliative Care
Background: Dementia is a life-limiting disease without curative treatments. Patients and families may need palliative care specific to dementia. Aim: To define optimal palliative care in dementia.Expand
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Home care in Europe: a systematic literature review
BackgroundHealth and social services provided at home are becoming increasingly important. Hence, there is a need for information on home care in Europe. The objective of this literature review wasExpand
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How nurses and their work environment affect patient experiences of the quality of care: a qualitative study
BackgroundHealthcare organisations monitor patient experiences in order to evaluate and improve the quality of care. Because nurses spend a lot of time with patients, they have a major impact onExpand
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Nurse prescribing of medicines in Western European and Anglo-Saxon countries: a systematic review of the literature
BackgroundA growing number of countries are introducing some form of nurse prescribing. However, international reviews concerning nurse prescribing are scarce and lack a systematic and theoreticalExpand
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Determinants of moral distress in daily nursing practice: a cross sectional correlational questionnaire survey.
BACKGROUND Moral distress is associated with job dissatisfaction, turnover and early retirement. Because of these negative consequences moral distress should be reduced. Little research has been doneExpand
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Successful implementation of new technologies in nursing care: a questionnaire survey of nurse-users
The factors most frequently mentioned as impeding actual use were related to the (kind of) technology itself, such as malfunctioning, ease of use, relevance for patients, and risks to patients. Expand
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Attitudes of nursing staff towards electronic patient records: a questionnaire survey.
BACKGROUND A growing number of health care organizations are implementing a system of electronic patient records (EPR). This implies a change in work routines for nursing staff, but it could also beExpand
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Interventions aimed at reducing problems in adult patients discharged from hospital to home: a systematic meta-review
BackgroundMany patients encounter a variety of problems after discharge from hospital and many discharge (planning and support) interventions have been developed and studied. These primary studiesExpand
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Nurse prescribing of medicines in Western European and Anglo-Saxon countries: a survey on forces, conditions and jurisdictional control.
BACKGROUND The number of Western European and Anglo-Saxon countries where nurses are legally allowed to prescribe medicines is growing. As the prescribing of medicines has traditionally been the taskExpand
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