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Study to Identify Problems Associated with Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants’ Adherence to Providing Early Hydration to Patients Admitted for Same Day Cardiac Catheterization in a Hospital Outpatient Setting (UB SON, DNP Research Project, 2019-09-01)There are over one million cardiac catheterizations (cath) done annually in the United States (Slicker et al., 2016). Cath carries possible complications of contrast induced acute kidney injury (CI-AKI), pre-procedural ...
Continuity of Nursing Care in Home Health and Its Effect on Hospital Readmission: A Retrospective Analysis (University at Buffalo, School of Nursing, 2019-09-01)Use of home health care (HHC) has burgeoned in recent years. This is largely a response to demographic shifts such as an aging population, rising health care costs, and the availability of technology that makes the home a ...
Creation of an Evidence-Based Telehealth Training Module for Primary Care Provider Preceptors Servicing Vulnerable Populations (University at Buffalo, School of Nursing, 2019-09-01)Problem Despite its potential, telehealth is underutilized in practice, with barriers related to negative provider attitudes. More preceptors are needed that can provide telehealth education and clinical experiences to ...
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(SJSU ScholarWorks, San José State University, 2014-12)Copyright law in the United States has gained a certain notoriety for its complexity and ambiguity, which has only been compounded by the evolution (or, some would say, revolution) of print resources to electronic resources. ...