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"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 ...
Opening the Closet Door on Reproductive Cancer Care for Sexual Minority Women: Interactions with Health Providers
The aim of this critical feminist study was to illuminate aspects of interactions between sexual minority women with reproductive cancers and their health care providers (HCPs) that may perpetuate or challenge barriers to ...
Relationship Between Role Conflict, Role Ambiguity, and Interprofessional Team Collaboration Among Nurses Caring For Older Adults in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to examine the relationship between role conflict (RC), role ambiguity (RA) and interprofessional team collaboration (ITC) among nurses caring for older adults in intensive ...