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(Practical Assistance)
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  • [:Q]. [Journal Article]
    Hu Li Za Zhi 2019; 66(6):33-42Wei SJ, Chang HY, … Yang LH
  • CONCLUSIONS: NPs face discrepancies in their role expectations, in important part due to their role as providers of medical assistance in clinical practical settings. NPs need to learn and demonstrate the roles and functions of advanced nursing practice to enhance nursing professionalism profoundly.
  • Practical approach to respiratory emergencies in neurological diseases. [Review]
    Neurol Sci 2019Racca F, Vianello A, … Vita G
  • Many neurological diseases may cause acute respiratory failure (ARF) due to involvement of bulbar respiratory center, spinal cord, motoneurons, peripheral nerves, neuromuscular junction, or skeletal muscles. In this context, respiratory emergencies are often a challenge at home, in a neurology ward, or even in an intensive care unit, influencing morbidity and mortality. More commonly, patients de…
  • Identifying Essential Components of School-Linked Mental Health Services for Refugee and Immigrant Children: A Comparative Case Study. [Journal Article]
    J Sch Health 2019McNeely CA, Sprecher K, … Allen CD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Specific strategies to implement the 4 essential components include home visits by program staff, a one-stop parent center located in the school to help with basic needs, working with cultural brokers, and informed consent procedures that clearly explain recommended care without requiring immigrant and refugee parents to internalize western conceptualizations of psychopathology. Future evaluations should assess the cost and effectiveness of these strategies. These data are essential to advocate payment for these nonclinical services by traditional funding mechanisms.
  • Forms, interactions, and responses to social support: A qualitative study of support and adherence to photoprotection amongst patients with Xeroderma Pigmentosum. [Journal Article]
    Br J Health Psychol 2019Walburn J, Anderson R, Morgan M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Practical support conveyed psychosocial support with positive effects on adherence. This suggests the traditional separation into practical and emotional support is overly simplistic, with measures potentially missing important aspects. Interactional processes contribute to the effects of support, which can be addressed by targeting disclosure, stigma, and other barriers at individual and organizational levels. Statement of contribution What is already known on this subject? Social support can be both a facilitator and a hindrance to treatment adherence. Practical support is identified as the most important form of support in the context of adherence. The processes of support underpinning its relationship to adherence are unclear. What does this study add? Variations in the provision and impacts of support are influenced by participants' disclosure and attitudes to photoprotection, with two key groups comprising 'positive responders' and 'negative responders'. The influence of emotional support on adherence may be underestimated through neglect of the ways in which practical support often conveys feelings of being valued and cared-for. Barriers to mobilizing effective adherence support extends across life spheres, with fears of stigma and discrimination in work settings highlighting the need to intervene at individual and organizational levels.
  • Conceptual model for intensive care nurse work well-being: A qualitative secondary analysis. [Journal Article]
    Nurs Crit Care 2019Jarden RJ, Sandham M, … Koziol-McLain J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The proposed conceptual model contributes new knowledge to be explored in meaningful discussions about intensive care nurse work well-being and empirically investigated in terms of construct validity and theory development. Furthermore, the model provides practical opportunities to explore individual and collaborative ways to enhance intensive care nurse work well-being across a range of levels.Opportunities for job crafting and redesign were identified and presented in a conceptual model of intensive care nurse work well-being. This model provides individual nurses, intensive care teams, health care organizations, and workers' well-being programme and policy developers practical opportunities to explore individual and collaborative ways to enhance intensive care nurse work well-being.
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