Debra A Hernke
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Intercessory prayer and cardiovascular disease progression in a coronary care unit population: a randomized controlled trial.
OBJECTIVE To determine the effect of intercessory prayer, a widely practiced complementary therapy, on cardiovascular disease progression after hospital discharge. PATIENTS AND METHODS In this… Expand
Perspectives of Nurse Executives: Lessons Learned in Haiti
- Pamela S. Chally, Debra A Hernke, Linda Scaz
- The Journal of nursing administration
- 1 June 2010
As 3 nursing administrators, we relinquished our executive roles and participated in a medical mission trip to Haiti. We found ourselves returning to basic nursing skills, appreciating the importance… Expand
Expanding the CNS role to the community.
As health care reform results in fewer acute care days and cost-containment is emphasized, the role of the CNS becomes more important, although not necessarily in acute care, which has been the… Expand
Glucose meters and opportunities for in-hospital transmission of infection: Quantitative assessment and management with and without patient assignment.
- W. Hellinger, Rhonda Grant, +5 authors K. Thompson
- American journal of infection control
- 1 November 2011
BACKGROUND Increasing use of glucose meters in hospitals has increased opportunities for infection transmission that have not been quantitatively assessed or managed. METHODS Before-and-after study… Expand