Ying Leng Chow

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This pilot study aimed to explore the benefits of an online Symptom Care and Management System (SCMS) in the home monitoring and symptom management of patients receiving chemotherapy. A single-group experimental design was employed, and four patients aged 39-59 years undergoing their first chemotherapy treatment were recruited from one cancer centre in(More)
AIMS This project sought to determine improve local practice in managing patients with cancer. It involved by: educating Registered Nurses on the importance of pain assessment, and ensuring this practice is done according to the current best available evidence and monitoring compliance with the audit criteria. METHODS This project utilised a pre- and(More)
AIM The aim of the project was to implement the best practice for the maintenance of patency for central venous access devices by registered nurses in an acute ambulatory setting. METHOD This project utilised the Joanna Briggs Institute Practical Application of Clinical Evidence System and Getting Research into Practice programs to facilitate a process of(More)
Health delivery practices are shifting toward home care, because of better possibilities for managing chronic care, controlling health delivery costs, and increasing the quality of life and quality of health services, and the distinct possibility of predicting and thus avoiding serious complications. The study aimed to explore the benefits of an online(More)
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