Meyrick C. M. Chow

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This paper explores students' views of an online learning initiative within a post-registration degree in nursing in Hong Kong. A self-administered questionnaire was used for data collection. One hundred and ninety eight students completed the study. Online learning was seen to be convenient allowing students to study at their own pace and time. Students(More)
BACKGROUND Both continuous and intermittent aspiration of subglottic secretions by means of specially designed endotracheal tubes containing a separate dorsal lumen that opens into the subglottic region have been shown to be useful in reducing ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP). However, the high cost of these tubes restricts their use. OBJECTIVE The(More)
Given the paucity of quantitative empirical research on survivors' resilience and its predictors in the context of long-term recovery after disasters, we examined how resilience predictors differed by gender among adult survivors five years after the Sichuan earthquake. This was a cross-sectional survey study of adult survivors (N = 495; aged 18-60) living(More)
PURPOSE To confirm a core competency scale for Hong Kong infection control nurses at the advanced nursing practice level from the core competency items proposed in a previous phase of this study. This would serve as the foundation of competency assurance in Hong Kong hospitals. DESIGN A cross-sectional survey design was used. SETTING All public and(More)
Literature review and the Delphi approach were used to draft the core competency items of hospital infection control nurses in Hong Kong. Content validity, internal consistency, and test-retest reliability of the proposed core competency were ensured. The result serves as the foundation of developing training and assessment tools for infection control(More)
The aim of this study was to describe registered nurses' experiences and evaluate their satisfaction with web-based continuing nursing education. A convenient sample of 64 nurses participated in this study. They were given access right to logon a WebCT courseware entitled Nursing Care of Mechanically Ventilated Patients developed by the author. After two(More)
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