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Collaboration, Training, and Support associated with Mental Health Nurse Job Satisfaction
Mental health disorders are very prevalent worldwide and require a large work force of mental health nurses in order to provide adequate treatment. Unfortunately, the world is currently facing a shortage of mental health ...
Perceived Barriers to a Timely Dementia Diagnosis from the Perspective of the Caregivers
AbstractDementia is a progressive irreversible neurocognitive disease that affects millions worldwide with an expected increase in persons effected the next decade. There is currently no cure for dementia, however a timely ...
Knowledge and Attitudes of Nurses on Pressure Injury Prevention and Care
AbstractEach year, more than 2.5 million people develop pressure injuries, which contribute to pain, infection risk, and increased healthcare utilization, and are considered indicators of quality of care. Knowledge and ...
Advanced Care Planning in Commuinty Dwelling Older Adults
There is a growing number of older Americans. This means an increased proportion of people at the end of life. Advanced care planning is significant because it has been shown to decrease costs at the end of life and ...