A survey of Malaysian Critical Intensive Care Unit nurses' awareness of patients' transition experiences (PE) and transitional care practice (TCP).

@article{Ludin2014ASO,
  title={A survey of Malaysian Critical Intensive Care Unit nurses' awareness of patients' transition experiences (PE) and transitional care practice (TCP).},
  author={Salizar Mohamed Ludin and Steve Parker and Paul Arbon},
  journal={Intensive & critical care nursing},
  year={2014},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={
          196-203
        }
}
BACKGROUND Preparation of critically ill patients throughout their transition experiences in Critical Intensive Care Units (CICU) and following discharge can impact upon their recovery. However, there is little research addressing critical care nurses' awareness of patients' transition experiences. AIM This study aimed to examine CICU nurses' awareness of patients' transition experiences and transitional care practice in Malaysia. METHOD A descriptive questionnaire was used to survey… CONTINUE READING
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