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Spiritual care training is needed for clinical and non-clinical staff to manage patients’ spiritual needs
ABSTRACT As health-care moves towards a more person-centred approach, spiritual care has become more important in patients’ care. Recent evidence shows positive associations between both recognizingExpand
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Death anxiety among New Zealanders: the predictive role of gender and marital status
ABSTRACT The aim of this cross-sectional study was to investigate attitudes of New Zealanders towards death and dying. We administered an online version of Collett–Lester Fear of Death Scale andExpand
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The chemists go to war: the mobilization of civilian chemists and the British war effort, 1914-1918.
  • R. MacLeod
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Annals of science
  • 1 September 1993
Summary The outbreak of war in 1914 found Britain unprepared for a lengthy conflict. British science and industry were particularly ill-prepared to meet the demands of static warfare. Within twoExpand
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The Ability of Hospital Staff to Recognise and Meet Patients’ Spiritual Needs: A Pilot Study
Objectives: We conducted an online cross-sectional survey to determine the understanding of spirituality and spiritual care among clinical and non-clinical staff caring for people with chronic andExpand
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An experimental analysis of event set algorithms for discrete event simulation
A number of event set algorithms for discrete event simulation have been selected, analysed and tested under a wide variety of conditions to estimate their average performance. Expand
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Dr. Macleod on the Statistics of Rheumatism
  • R. MacLeod
  • Medicine
  • Provincial medical journal and retrospect of the…
  • 9 April 1842
adults, where the skin was thin, vascular, or irritable, upon the full expansion of the areolte, the vesicles spread out broad and flat, and, yielding to the distending influence of their dilutedExpand
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