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A growing trend is to encourage employees to become actively involved in the management of their own careers. Career self-management, the degree to which one regularly gathers information and plansExpand
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Future disorientation following gynaecological cancer: Women's conceptualisation of risk after a life threatening illness
The purpose of this study was to develop an understanding of the experience of a gynaecological cancer diagnosis on women and their family in the year following treatment. The psychological andExpand
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Managing the global workforce: Challenges and strategies
Executive Overview The globalization of the workplace has become a fact of life for a substantial segment of U.S. companies, bringing a dramatic expansion of the scope of workforce management and aExpand
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Workers' Compensation Cost Containment and Health Care Provider Income Maintenance Strategies
This article examines the effectiveness of health care cost containment measures. The basic hypothesis tested is that health care providers will attempt to circumvent any measures that may decreaseExpand
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The emergence of psychological themes in the South African Medical Journal, 1927–1975
The articles published in the South African Medical Journal between 1927 and 1975 were examined for the presence of psychological and psychiatric themes. Two hundred and seventy-seven articles andExpand
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Process auditing in long term care facilities.
The ECC tool development and audit experiences indicated that there is promise in developing a process audit tool to monitor quality of care in nursing homes; moreover, the tool selected requiredExpand
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Quality monitoring in nursing homes.
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Supports and barriers to implementation of routine clinical assessment for children with cerebral palsy: A mixed-methods study
Abstract Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate supports and barriers to evidence-based routine clinical assessment of children with cerebral palsy. Method: This mixed methods studyExpand
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