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The purpose of this qualitative study was to describe how physical therapists working in rehabilitation settings involved families in the patient's rehabilitation program and what factors facilitated or impeded this involvement. Forty physical therapists practicing in the eastern United States were individually interviewed on their involvement of families… (More)
This study was conducted to establish the reliability and validity of the Dunn, Dunn, and Price Productivity Environmental Preferences Survey (PEPS) with baccalaureate nursing students and to identify differences between subpopulations (age, class level, sex, type of student (RN versus generic] and students at risk. The findings have implications for nurse… (More)
OBJECTIVES Our three academic institutions, Indiana University, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and Wake Forest, were among the first in the United States to implement the Beckman Coulter AU5822 series chemistry analyzers. We undertook this post-hoc multi-center study by merging our data to determine performance characteristics and the impact of methodology… (More)
In response to a decline in the success rate on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) examination, the authors developed a program to identify and assist students at risk for failure. The use of a computerized NCLEX-RN practice examination and an individualized student review and study process is described.