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  • Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae - once positive always positive? [Journal Article]
    Curr Opin Gastroenterol 2019Vink JP, Otter JA, Edgeworth JD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Current evidence indicates that CPE colonization usually persists throughout the duration of most hospital admissions, although the majority of patients will subsequently spontaneously decolonize. Difficulties remain in determining the point at which patients can be considered decolonized because of the lack acceptable criteria for defining eradication. This has significance implications for infection prevention and control measures during the initial and subsequent hospital admissions. Strategies to reduce the healthcare burden of CPE colonization continue to rely predominantly on preventing acquisition, whereas decolonization efforts remain a focus of research.
  • What Contributions, if Any, Can Non-Indigenous Researchers Offer Toward Decolonizing Health Research? [Journal Article]
    Qual Health Res 2019; :1049732319861932Krusz E, Davey T, … Hall N
  • Four non-Indigenous academics share lessons learned through our reflective processes while working with Indigenous Australian partners on a health research project. We foregrounded reflexivity in our work to raise consciousness regarding how colonizing mindsets-that do not privilege Indigenous ways of knowing or recognize Indigenous land and sovereignty-exist within ourselves and the institutions…
  • Nursing colonialism in America: Implications for nursing leadership. [Journal Article]
    J Prof Nurs 2019 Jan - Feb; 35(1):18-25Waite R, Nardi D
  • The purpose of this paper is to explore the nurse leader's role in understanding the impact of American colonialism - specifically racism, a product of colonialism - as a key determinant in shaping the education of nursing students and its influence on practicing nurses. American values have been grounded in its colonialism and continue to be influential in shaping beliefs, attitudes, behaviors, …
  • #WEWANTSPACE: Developing Student Activism Through a Decolonial Pedagogy. [Journal Article]
    Am J Community Psychol 2018; 62(3-4):374-384Silva JM, Students for Diversity Now
  • This article explores how decolonial pedagogy can develop a sense of student activism (Portillo, 2013; Tejada & Espinoza, 2003; Villanueva, 2013). Decolonality in the classroom requires decentering dominant groups to make space for marginalized voices and experiences (Cruz & Sonn, 2011). Aligned with community psychology values (Amer, Mohammed, & Ganzon, 2013), this paper argues for the importanc…
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