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Experience from a Staff Support Service
The paper describes an overview of the work of one NHS Staff Support Department, its history, development of a proactive and reactive model, and extent of the work involved. It goes on to give threeExpand
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Effectiveness of joint health and safety committees: a realist review.
BACKGROUND Joint health and safety committees (JHSCs) are widely acknowledged as important to a healthy and safe work environment. However, it is also generally believed that having a JHSC isExpand
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Expanding the test of counterfeit deviance: are sexual knowledge, experience and needs a factor in the sexualised challenging behaviour of adults with intellectual disability?
It is posited within the literature that the sexualised challenging behaviour of adults with intellectual disability may be influenced by low levels of sexual knowledge, lack of sexual experience andExpand
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Defining “Sexualized Challenging Behavior” in Adults With Intellectual Disabilities
Inappropriate sexual behaviors are a subset of challenging behaviors that limit the community integration of individuals with intellectual disabilities. Despite the stigmatizing effect of problematicExpand
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Determinants of healthcare workers' compliance with infection control procedures.
The purpose of this study was to assess determinants of healthcare worker (HCW) self-reported compliance with infection control procedures. A survey was conducted of HCWs in 16 healthcare facilities.Expand
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Is public health training in Canada meeting current needs? Defrosting the paradigm freeze to respond to the post-truth era
ABSTRACT Health scholars have long been calling for a new approach to understanding and responding to public health challenges, recognizing the dynamic influence of social and ecological processesExpand
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A comparison of the attitudes of administrators and teachers on cell phone use as an educational tool
of a Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate School of The University of Southern Mississippi in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
Nurse-doctor collaboration in cancer pain management.
The management of cancer-related pain is a major focus of the work for nurses and doctors working in the hospice setting. On oredr [sic] for pain to be managed well, it is important that the twoExpand
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