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(Nursing Research[TA])
3,910 results
  • A Holistic Clustering Methodology for Liver Transplantation Survival. [Journal Article]
  • NRNurs Res 2018 Jun 05
  • Pruinelli L, Simon GJ, … Westra BL
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study developed a novel methodology to address heterogeneous and high-dimensional liver transplant population characteristics in a single study predictive of survival. A holistic approach for data modeling and additional psychosocial risk factors has the potential to address holistically nursing challenges on liver transplant care and research.
  • Determinants of Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Among U.S. Navy Personnel. [Journal Article]
  • NRNurs Res 2018 Jun 05
  • Buechel JJ, Connelly CD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Determinants of HPV vaccination were female gender; hearing about HPV vaccine from a healthcare provider, media, or Internet; belief the chain of command recommends the HPV vaccine; and greater HPV vaccine knowledge. Results augment healthcare professionals' and policy makers' existing evidence-based knowledge of the determinants of HPV vaccination to help develop effective HPV immunization policies and programs.
  • Risk Adjustment for Hospital Characteristics Reduces Unexplained Hospital Variation in Pressure Injury Risk. [Journal Article]
  • NRNurs Res 2018 Jun 04
  • Linnen DT, Kipnis P, … Escobar GJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: We found hospitals with higher patient mortality had lower HAPI risk. Higher patient mortality may decrease the pool of patients who live to HAPI occurrence. Such hospitals may also provide more resources (specialty staff) to care for frail patient populations. Future research should aim to combine hospital data sets to overcome power limitations at the hospital level and should investigate additional measures of structure and process related to HAPI care.
  • Place and Policy: Secondhand Smoke Exposure in Bars and Restaurants. [Journal Article]
  • NRNurs Res 2018 Jun 04
  • Buettner-Schmidt K, Boursaw B, Lobo ML
  • CONCLUSIONS: The comprehensive statewide smoke-free law created a just distribution of smoke-free laws statewide, resulting in increased protection of rural populations from secondhand smoke. Targeted public health interventions to address compliance may reduce secondhand smoke levels in outlier venues that continue to have high levels of secondhand smoke.
  • Serum Proteomics in African American Female Patients With Irritable Bowel Syndrome: An Exploratory Study. [Journal Article]
  • NRNurs Res 2018 May/Jun; 67(3):261-267
  • Weaver KR, Melkus GE, … Henderson WA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Differentially expressed proteins between participants with IBS and HC involving platelet-related associations prompt inquiry as to differences in serotonergic signaling, inflammatory or immunomodulatory mechanisms underlying IBS symptomatology. Although preliminary and requiring validation in larger cohorts, these findings bear relevance to understanding pathogenic processes of IBS and biological effects of the disorder.
  • Occurrence of Phlebitis: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
  • NRNurs Res 2018 May/Jun; 67(3):252-260
  • Chang WP, Peng YX
  • CONCLUSIONS: The empirical results of this meta-analysis can serve as a reference for hospital management for selecting the PVC gauge, insertion site, and catheterization duration. In addition to the three factors that we analyzed, whether any other factors influence the occurrence of phlebitis in patients with catheter implantation is worth investigating in future research.
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