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Teaching in Nursing: A guide for faculty
- L. Worrall-Carter
- Education, Medicine
- 1 December 1998
What do you do to start reading teaching in nursing a guide to faculty? Searching the book that you love to read first or find an interesting book that will make you want to read? Everybody has…
Gender-specific barriers and facilitators to heart failure self-care: a mixed methods study.
Testing a model of patient characteristics, psychologic status, and cognitive function as predictors of self-care in persons with chronic heart failure.
Symptom recognition in elders with heart failure.
- B. Riegel, V. Dickson, L. Worrall-Carter
- MedicineJournal of nursing scholarship : an official…
- 1 March 2010
There is a need to develop interventions that focus on the symptom experience to help patients-particularly older ones-in somatic awareness and symptom interpretation, and the theory of an age-related decline in the ability to attend to internal physical symptoms is supported.
E-Cigarettes and Smoking Cessation: Evidence from a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- Muhammad Aziz Rahman, N. Hann, Andrew Wilson, G. Mnatzaganian, L. Worrall-Carter
- Medicine, PsychologyPloS one
- 30 March 2015
Use of e-cigarettes is associated with smoking cessation and reduction, and more randomised controlled trials are needed to assess effectiveness against other cessation methods.
Relationship Between Self-care and Health-Related Quality of Life in Older Adults With Moderate to Advanced Heart Failure
- H. Buck, Christopher S. Lee, B. Riegel
- Medicine, PsychologyThe Journal of cardiovascular nursing
- 1 January 2012
The degree of individual confidence in HF self-care is related to HRQOL, but self-reports of specific maintenance and management behaviors are not, and interventions that improve self- care confidence may be particularly important in older adults with moderate to advanced HF.
Measuring Self-care in Chronic Heart Failure: A Review of the Psychometric Properties of Clinical Instruments
- J. Cameron, L. Worrall-Carter, A. Driscoll, S. Stewart
- Psychology, MedicineThe Journal of cardiovascular nursing
- 1 November 2009
Only 2 reliable and valid tools have been developed to specifically measure chronic heart failure self-care, and further use of these instruments in the research arena may reduce gaps in the understanding of CHF self- care and further shape clinical practice directed at improving it.
Gender differences in adherence to the sodium-restricted diet in patients with heart failure.
From Novice to Expert: Confidence and Activity Status Determine Heart Failure Self-care Performance
Patients who have fewer limitations to daily activities may not be driven adequately to engage in heart failure self-care and may need extra assistance in developing expertise.