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Creating comfort: a grounded theory of intimate partner abuse survivors' perspective of primary health care visits
Grounded theory methodology was used to develop an understanding of the experience of primary health care appointments from the perspective of survivors of intimate partner violence. English-speaking females above the age ...
Measuring perceived self efficacy after simulation instruction
Benefits of behavior change related to health promotion and health education include improved health of the nation. Self efficacy impacts engagement and continuation of health promotion behaviors. The purpose of this study ...
Psychosocial competency of the English as a second language nursing student: A comparative study
Nurses must be capable of recognizing the client's psychosocial and physiological needs. The nurse's ability to do so impacts the outcome of the healthcare experience and may impact future health care encounters. English ...
A comparison of perceived self-efficacy and learner satisfaction between human patient and standardized patient simulations
The professions of nursing and nursing education are experiencing nursing, faculty and clinical site shortages, as well as increased pressure to improve patient safety. Simulation, utilized in health education and other ...
The impact of a patient lifting equipment education program on the number of employee work-related injuries among health care workers at a for-profit hospital in North Texas: A case study
This case study examined the qualitative and quantitative effects of the introduction of an educational program combined with new patient handling equipment on the rates of work-related injuries and employee attitudes at ...