Laura Browning

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INTRODUCTION High rates of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use are well documented in the general population without clear clinical benefits. Published studies examining prevalence and patterns of CAM use in emergency patients, however, are limited. The objectives of this study were to describe the prevalence and patterns of CAM use in urban ED(More)
Jennifer Adams Mustafa al’Absi Arianna Aldridge Sharif Alruzzeh Marni Amsellem Kofi Anie Susan Backhouse Simon Bacon Hoda Badr Rajni Banthia Steven Barger Sean Barrett Susan Bartlett Melanie Bean Ellen Beckjord Maureen Benjamins Eric Benotsch Sophie Bergeron Jamie Bodenlos Jill Bormann Belinda Borrelli Bret Boyer Peter Brawer Tracey Brickell Elizabeth(More)
Burnout has traditionally been thought to result from unrealistically high expectations although research has provided only equivocal support. We explored the impact of cognitive adaptation disposition, including mastery, optimism, and self-esteem, on the expectations–burnout relationship. Nurses (N = 341) who were recruited at professional conferences(More)
We examined the relationship between perceived control and burnout among three nursing specialties: nurse practitioners, nurse managers, and emergency nurses. Survey data were collected from 228 nurses from 30 states. Findings indicated that emergency nurses had the least control and the highest burnout, whereas nurse practitioners had the most control and(More)
Antonia Abbey Alexis Abernethy Michelle Acosta Jennifer Adams Marni Amsellem Peter Arnett Elizabeth Ann Asbury Jean-Marc Assaad Nahid Azad Simon L. Bacon Hoda Badr Arnold Bakker Steven D. Barger Sean Barrett Eric Benotsch Bryan Blissmer Beth Bock Jamie Bodenlos Jacky Boivin Jill E. Bormann Belinda Borrelli Larry Bradley Britton W. Brewer Tracey Ann Brickell(More)
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