Carolyn L. Brown

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Although the mortality rate for cervical cancer in the United States has declined steadily since the introduction of the Pap smear for screening in 1945, recent statistics show a rising incidence, with the number of new cases expected in 1996 representing a record high since the mid-1980s. Part of the rising incidence may be because of increasing numbers of(More)
The downsizing movement left fractures in the healthcare system for patients, nurses, and healthcare providers. To heal the fractures, nurses at the Baptist Hospital of Miami developed the patient care facilitator (PCF), a clinical leadership role for nurses within a smaller area of patient responsibility (12-bed hospital), to provide caring professional(More)
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