Browsing Faculty, Student Works School of Nursing by Title
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|Cellular mechanism involved in hemorrhagic progression of contusion following traumatic brain injury |
|Collaboration with Advanced Practice Registered Nurse to Improve Patient Satisfaction Scores in Outpatient Setting |
|Condescension Over Use of 'Dr.' Title Reeks of Misogyny |
|Crossing the Chasm: A Pilot Study for Preparing PT’s for Telehealth through IPE and Simulation |
|Depression Screening Protocol for MS Patients in a Neurology Clinic (Poster) |
|Designing Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum Experiences to Inform Doctoral Project Development |
|Development of a Support Continuum Tool to Categorize and Streamline Inpatient Healthcare Worker Support Services |
|Distraction Free Hand-off in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit |
|The Effect of Early Mobilization in the ICU on Hospital Length of Stay |
|Effect of Nurse Residency Programs on Newly Licensed Nurse Retention |
|Effectiveness of Delayed Newborn Baths on Exclusive Breastfeeding |
|Effects of Music on Pain and Opioid Analgesic Administration in Postoperative Orthopedic Patients |
|Embedding IPE: It's Easier Than You Think |
|Enhanced Recovery after Cesarean Delivery Clinical Practice Guideline: Intraoperative Interventions |
|Enhancing Nurse Leadership Capacity in Resource-Limited Countries |
|The Episodic Tool: An Innovative Approach to Teach Clinical Decision Making to DNP Students in Advanced Health Assessment across the Lifespan |
|Evaluating Nurse-led Adjuvant Therapeutic Interventions in Ketamine Treatment for Treatment Resistant Major Depressive Disorder (TRD/MDD) |
|Factors Impacting Healthcare Worker Knowledge and Confidence in Elastomeric Half Mask Respirator Use |
|Factors Influence Parents’ Willingness to Consent Pediatric Clinial Trial and Possible Cnl Interventions |
|Factors Influence Parents’ Willingness to Consent Pediatric Clinical Trial and Possible Cnl Interventions |
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