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Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews
ABSTRACTReviews of primary research are becoming more common as evidence-based practice gains recognition as the benchmark for care, and the number of, and access to, primary research sources hasExpand
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The Abbey pain scale: a 1-minute numerical indicator for people with end-stage dementia.
The need for a specialized clinical regimen for patients with dementia who require palliative care has only recently been recognized. Structured approaches to palliative care are not well developed.Expand
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Access to and support for continuing professional education amongst Queensland nurses: 2004 and 2007.
This paper reports on the findings of a prospective exploratory study related to nurses' self-reports of continuing professional education access and support. The data were gathered by two postalExpand
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Construct validity and reliability of the Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index for Queensland nurses.
This article reports on construct validity and reliability of 30 items of the Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index (PES-NWI). Australia, like other countries, is experiencing aExpand
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An Evidence-Based Approach to Scoping Reviews.
OBJECTIVE Scoping reviews are used to assess the extent of a body of literature on a particular topic, and often to ensure that further research in that area is a beneficial addition to worldExpand
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Workplace violence: differences in perceptions of nursing work between those exposed and those not exposed: a cross-sector analysis.
Nurses are at high risk of incurring workplace violence during their working life. This paper reports the findings on a cross-sectional, descriptive, self-report, postal survey in 2007. A stratifiedExpand
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MORAL DISTRESS.
Australia has an ageing nursing workforce with many nurses due to retire (Health Workforce Australia, 2014). Coupled with increasing service demands, the need for workers will outstrip the supplyExpand
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