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This descriptive study provides insight into home health nurses' thinking processes as they planned care for chronically ill clients. The author interviewed five experienced home health nurses to elicit think-aloud data about 10 different chronically ill clients, obtaining 20 interviews. The researcher used verbal protocol analysis, a content analysis(More)
  • L P Fowler
  • Journal for nurses in staff development : JNSD…
  • 1998
Nurse educators and practicing nurses agree that the complexity of health care demands critical thinking skills. In this article, the author describes critical thinking and its development both as knowledge based and practice bound. Included are strategies nurses can use to further develop critical thinking skills. Case scenarios are presented for educators(More)
This paper describes our experience in deploying a multidomain Software-Defined Network (SDN) that supports dynamic Layer-2 (L2) path service, and offers insights gained from this experience. SDN controllers, capable of handling requests for advance-reservation and provisioning of rate-guaranteed L2 paths, were deployed in each domain. The experience(More)
In an effort to improve semiconductor product yields, an engineering data analysis application was developed in 1989 for engineers at Motorola’s Advanced Products Research and Development Laboratory (APRDL). This application was called EDAS – the Engineering Data Analysis System. What began as a small text-based tool providing a handful of statistical(More)
Optical jitter can result in the beam pointing inaccuracy and poor optical system performance. With a correlated measurement of the disturbance, improved control performance can be achieved. In this research, an adaptive optimal sensing strategy for optical systems is proposed. When an array of reference sensors is available, an optimal set of reference(More)
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