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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 ...
RNs Experiences of Enactment of Psychotherapy Act, 2007: A Mixed Methods Study
The College of Nurses of Ontario will comply with the Psychotherapy Act, 2007 by requiring nurses to initiate psychotherapy by an order from a physician or NP. This study examines the possible constraints to RN psychotherapy ...
Exploring the Attitudes, Beliefs and Practices Concerning Mental Health Amongst African Immigrant Youth Living in Canada: An Interpretive Description Study
There has been limited research in Canada on the mental health of African immigrant youth. An Interpretive Description methodology was utilized to interview eight African immigrant youth on their attitudes and beliefs ...
Inpatient Mental Health: What Helps/Hinders the Transition into Communities?
The transition period is the most vulnerable period for patients transitioning from inpatient units to community settings (Coleman, Pincus, Epstein & Ofedahl, 2015). Patients with mental illness have unique needs and ...
Mental Health and Well-Being Among Tamil Youth of Sri Lankan Origin Living in Toronto: A Mixed Methods Approach
Literature on the mental health of Tamil youth of Sri Lankan origin living in Canada is scant. In this study, I applied an interpretive descriptive approach to explore, discover, and understand the meanings, beliefs, ...