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Autonomy, evidence and intuition: nurses and decision-making.
AIM This paper is a report of a study conducted to examine how nurses represent professional clinical decision-making processes, and to determine what light Jamous and Peloille'sExpand
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Empirical studies of clinical supervision in psychiatric nursing: A systematic literature review and methodological critique.
The objective of this paper was to systematically review and critically evaluate all English language research papers reporting empirical studies of clinical supervision in psychiatric nursing. TheExpand
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Making existential meaning in transition to motherhood--a scoping review.
OBJECTIVE to provide a thematic overview of the existing literature on existential meaning-making related to transition to motherhood among mothers of full term born babies in Western orientedExpand
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Statins decrease bone turnover in postmenopausal women: a cross‐sectional study
Background Statins have been suggested as potential agents in the management of osteoporosis. Reviews of medical records have shown an increased bone mass and some studies have shown a reducedExpand
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The experience of being a partner to a spinal cord injured person: A phenomenological-hermeneutic study
  • S. Angel, N. Buus
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • International journal of qualitative studies on…
  • 1 January 2011
This qualitative focuses on the personal experiences of partners to a spinal cord injured person. Using a Ricoeurian phenomenological-hermeneutic approach, we analysed seven partners’ narratives 1Expand
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Psychiatric nursing staff members' reflections on participating in group-based clinical supervision: a semistructured interview study.
This paper is a report of an interview study exploring psychiatric hospital nursing staff members' reflections on participating in supervision. Clinical supervision is a pedagogical process designedExpand
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Predictors of frequent visits to a psychiatric emergency room: a large-scale register study combined with a small-scale interview study.
BACKGROUND The role of the psychiatric emergency services has undergone extensive changes following a significant downsizing of the number of psychiatric hospital beds during the past decades. AExpand
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CONVENTIONALIZED KNOWLEDGE: MENTAL HEALTH NURSES PRODUCING CLINICAL KNOWLEDGE AT INTERSHIFT HANDOVERS
  • N. Buus
  • Medicine
  • Issues in mental health nursing
  • 1 January 2006
Mental health nurses routinely hand over clinical knowledge at intershift reports. In the present study, field descriptions from prolonged fieldwork and transcripts of audio recordings of handoversExpand
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Renal denervation in treatment-resistant essential hypertension. A randomized, SHAM-controlled, double-blinded 24-h blood pressure-based trial
Background: Renal denervation (RDN), treating resistant hypertension, has, in open trial design, been shown to lower blood pressure (BP) dramatically, but this was primarily with respect to officeExpand
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Effects of simvastatin on bone turnover and BMD: a 1-year randomized controlled trial in postmenopausal osteopenic women.
UNLABELLED To study effects of statins on human bone, 82 postmenopausal women were randomized to 1-year treatment with simvastatin 40 mg/day or placebo. The study showed no effect of simvastatin onExpand
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