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"Not as bad as it could have been": assessing and mitigating harm during research interviews on sensitive topics.
Research on sensitive subjects such as perinatal loss places participants at particular risk for psychological distress. Although authors have discussed strategies for minimizing distress duringExpand
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Nicaea and its legacy : an approach to fourth-century Trinitarian theology
I. TOWARDS A CONTROVERSY 1. Points of Departure 2. Theological Trajectories in the Early Fourth Century I 3. Theological Trajectories in the Early Fourth Century II 4. Confusion and Controversy: ADExpand
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An Improved Technique for the Internal Mammary Artery Coronary Bypass Graft Procedure
Abstract An improved technique for internal mammary artery graft preparation is described. Following cautery dissection of the internal mammary artery (IMA) pedicle, the pedicle investing fascia isExpand
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‘In the Path of thy Judgments' (Isa. 26.8)
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Implications of Utility and Deontology for the Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • L. Ayres
  • Medicine
  • Clinical nurse specialist CNS
  • 1989
Faced with prospective payment plans and personnel shortages nurses in advanced clinical practice are under pressure to find practical solutions. These solutions may reflect the institutionalExpand
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Teaching about Energy.