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Nursing Students' Beliefs About Substance Use Disorders
Persons with substance use disorder (SUD) are subject to stigma and judgement. Stigma worsens clinical outcomes, undermines life opportunities, and decreases well-being of persons who use substances (Corrigan, Schomerus, ...
Relational Care and Long-Term Care Home Transitions: Enabling and Constraining Practices
Care planning in long-term residential care is currently determined mostly by institutional practices whereby decisions about staffing, care delivery, and accountability are made using traditional biomedically focused ...
Companioning End-Of-life: Nurses' Experiences of Caring for the Child Who is Dying Through a Relational Ethics Lens
Caring for children who are dying requires exploration to understand and validate the meaning of this lived experience for nurses. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method to answer the research question: What is ...
Canadian Women's Contemporary Experiences Accessing Abortion
This thesis explores Canadian womens contemporary experiences accessing abortion. Abortion is a womens health issue, yet little nursing research addresses womens experiences or well-documented barriers to care. After ...