Chifuyu Hayashi

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This article describes the experiences of newly licensed nurses in rotational training programs that lasted longer than 6 months. A qualitative descriptive design was chosen for this study. Six newly licensed nurses were interviewed individually. Transcripts of interviews were coded for each incident and sorted to identify clusters of codes. Findings(More)
In this paper, a single case study is used to facilitate discussion of problems encountered by occupational therapists engaged in working with the long-term mentally ill. The achievement of the long-range and multi-faceted approach necessary for the management of this population is a recognized challenge. Some of the paradoxes and dilemmas involved in(More)
AIM The purpose of this study was to explore the strategies used by nurse managers in Japan to facilitate the integration of newly graduate nurses (NGNs) into their clinical units. BACKGROUND The integration of NGNs into clinical units is an important issue for both NGNs and nurse managers because the first year of practice plays a vital role in a NGN's(More)
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