Anita Heyman

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Patients' perceptions of satisfaction, understanding, participation, and feelings of safety were significantly correlated with the frequency of bedside handoff. Mean responses to survey items in these areas were significantly higher for patients who "always" experienced bedside handoff than for those who experienced it sporadically. Quality improvement(More)
Current literature on patients' perceptions of bedside handoff describes studies using qualitative, anecdotal, and/or indirect measurement. This study identifies patients' perceptions of the bedside handoff through direct and quantitative measurement. The statistically significant findings from a survey of 103 medical surgical adult patients demonstrate(More)
Purpose To assess the feasibility of utilizing a web-based data collection system as the research infrastructure for conducting multi-site outcomes research to evaluate complementary , alternative, and integrative medicine. Methods The study was a longitudinal observational, cohort study with data collected at baseline and three months. Nine integrative(More)
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