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Evaluating qualitative research studies for use in the clinical setting.
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Exploring the Management of Death: Emergency Nurses' Perceptions of Challenges and Facilitators in the Provision of End-of-Life Care in the Emergency Department.
INTRODUCTION The importance of end-of-life (EOL) care for dying patients and their families is well described; however, little research has been performed in emergency settings. The purpose of thisExpand
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Resuscitation Team Perceptions of Family Presence During CPR
The literature supports family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and its many perceived benefits for patients and their families. It also suggests that, overall, health careExpand
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  • Open Access
Patient Recall of Therapeutic Paralysis in a Surgical Critical Care Unit
Study Objective. To investigate patient recall of therapeutic paralysis (TP) in a surgical critical care unit.
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Examining effectiveness of medical interpreters in emergency departments for Spanish-speaking patients with limited English proficiency: results of a randomized controlled trial.
STUDY OBJECTIVES This study examines whether availability of in-person professional interpreter services during emergency department (ED) visits affects satisfaction of limited English proficientExpand
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Early pregnancy loss and bereavement in the emergency department: staff and patient satisfaction with an early fetal bereavement program.
Vaginal bleeding is a common complaint that brings women of childbearing age to the emergency department. One of the most common causes of bleeding during early pregnancy is spontaneous abortions. AExpand
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Exploring the Relationship Among Moral Distress, Coping, and the Practice Environment in Emergency Department Nurses
Emergency department (ED) nurses practice in environments that are highly charged and unpredictable in nature and can precipitate conflict between the necessary prescribed actions and theExpand
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"It's a Burden You Carry": Describing Moral Distress in Emergency Nursing.
INTRODUCTION Moral distress in nursing has been studied in many settings, but there is a paucity of research on moral distress as it manifests in the emergency department. One study suggests aExpand
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Triaging the Emergency Department, Not the Patient: United States Emergency Nurses’ Experience of the Triage Process
Introduction: Triage, as it is understood in the context of the emergency department, is the first and perhaps the most formal stage of the initial patient encounter. Bottlenecks during intake andExpand
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Developing an ED training program: how to "grow your own" ED nurses.
  • K. Zavotsky
  • Medicine
  • Journal of emergency nursing: JEN : official…
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