LeAnne Wagner

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BACKGROUND An intervention programme was carried through in a neonatal intensive care unit at the Copenhagen University Hospital in Denmark in 1998/99. It comprised: (1) educational programmes during hospitalization for parents with premature infants; (2) visit and orientation about the neonatal intensive care unit by the family's health visitor; a(More)
Experiences in creating dialogue possibilities to stimulate interdisciplinary and intersectoral collaboration in hospital discharge and prevention are presented. Time is often a major constraint that persuades decision-makers to avoid using qualitative methodologies in research and development. Quick results are demanded of today's health-care system, not(More)
BACKGROUND Nursing research in Denmark has evolved over the last 30 years. By 2005, 48 Danish nurses had earned a doctoral degree. The Danish Nurses Organization formalized a strategy for development of nursing research for the period 1999-2002. The strategy was evaluated in 2004. One point in the evaluation was that the nurses' publication of peer-reviewed(More)