Judith J L Wells

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A descriptive, correlational design was used to evaluate the effectiveness of a chronic cancer pain management education program. The Nurses' Knowledge and Attitude Survey Regarding Pain (NKAS) was used to evaluate the program. A convenience sample of 27 registered nurses was recruited to participate in the study. Analysis of the data revealed a significant(More)
This hermeneutic phenomenological study provided insight into the experiences of family members of residents diagnosed with mild to moderate dementia who were relocated from institutional-based care to a unique assisted-living environment. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 10 family members, and six themes emerged: (a) ongoing communication,(More)
AIM To examine nurses' perceptions of job satisfaction, empowerment, and care effectiveness following a change from team to a modified total patient care (TPC) delivery model. BACKGROUND Empirical data related to TPC is limited and inconclusive. Similarly, evidence demonstrating nurses' experience with change and restructuring is limited. METHOD A mixed(More)
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