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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 ...
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 ...