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RSVP mobility support: a signaling protocol for integrated services Internet with mobile hosts
  • W. Chen, Li-Chi Huang
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM . Conference on Computer…
  • 26 March 2000
The resource reservation mechanism is essential for QoS provisioning in integrated services networks. The resource reservation protocol (RSVP) is a receiver oriented resource reservation protocol,Expand
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To Explore the Neonatal Nurses’ Beliefs and Attitudes Towards Caring for Dying Neonates in Taiwan
Abstract(1) To explore attitudes and beliefs of neonatal nurses toward nursing care for dying neonates; (2) to estimate the influence of neonatal nurses’ personal and professional characteristics onExpand
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Reliability and validity of nurses' job satisfaction scale and nurses' professional commitment
Purpose. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the reliability and validity of two instruments designed to measure job satisfaction among nurses. Methods. The participants comprised 360 nursesExpand
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The attitudes of neonatal professionals towards end-of-life decision-making for dying infants in Taiwan
The purposes of research were to describe the neonatal clinicians' personal views and attitudes on neonatal ethical decision-making, to identify factors that might affect these attitudes and toExpand
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The effectiveness of a participatory program on fall prevention in oncology patients.
Falls are known to be one of the most common in patient adverse events. A high incidence of falls was reported on patients with cancer. The purpose of this study was to explore the effect of aExpand
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Nurse staffing, direct nursing care hours and patient mortality in Taiwan: the longitudinal analysis of hospital nurse staffing and patient outcome study
BackgroundStudies over the past decades have shown an association between nurse staffing and patient outcomes, however, most of these studies were conducted in the West. Accordingly, the purpose ofExpand
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The educational needs of neonatal nurses regarding neonatal palliative care.
BACKGROUND Studies have shown that education can improve the knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs of neonatal nurses regarding neonatal palliative care. However, no study has investigated the need forExpand
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Energy expenditure in preterm infants during periods of environmental stress in the neonatal intensive care unit.
AIM To explore the energy expenditure (EE) in a group of preterm infants during the periods of environmental stress, and to explore the relationship between EE and physiological stress signals ofExpand
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Self-efficacy of first aid for home accidents among parents with 0- to 4-year-old children at a metropolitan community health center in Taiwan.
Although accidental injury is the main factor involved in the death of young children in many countries, few studies have focused on parents' competence with regard to self-efficacy of first aid forExpand
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[Effect of nurse staffing on patient outcomes: a review of the literature].
Staff shortages present nurses with ever increasing levels of stress and working hours. This has resulted in a corresponding increase in talent flight away from the nursing profession. Responding toExpand
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