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An Exploration of Work Related Mental Health Issues Experienced by Rural Emergency Nurses
Nurses working in rural emergency departments (ED) are exposed to trauma, pain, and suffering on a daily basis. They care for members of their community, including friends and neighbours in an unpredictable environment ...
"That Look That Makes You Not Really Want to Be There": Health Care Experiences of People Who Use Illicit Opioids in Small Urban and Rural Communities - A Critical Social Theory Analysis
The phenomenon of interest is the health care experiences of people who use illicit opioids in small Ontario urban and rural communities. Using the qualitative constructivist paradigm the perspectives of participants who ...
Exploratory Study of Documented Psychosocial Nursing Interventions within the Palliative Care Setting
Further research is needed to better understand issues related to the provision of psychosocial care at end-of-life (EOL). Nursing documentation provides an effective strategy for assessing quality of care. The objective ...
Nurses' Perspectives when Working with Families while Delivering Function-Focused-Care to Older Adults in Acute Care Settings
Older adults are at increased risk for developing functional decline during hospitalization, putting them in danger of negative health outcomes including skin breakdown, impaired mobility and infections. Function-Focused-Care ...
The Lived Experience of Bereaved Caregivers: Caring for Loved Ones at End of Life in Rural Ontario Home Settings
The purpose of this study was to explore the lived experience of bereaved caregivers who cared for their loved ones at end of life in rural Ontario home settings. van Manens hermeneutic phenomenology research method was ...