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Wile, Colleen - - 2010
Beliveau, Lee - - 2010
Merlin, Marjolaine - - 2010
Cette etude avait pour but d'evaluer les effets d'un programme de gestion de la fatigue aupres de vingt-cinq personnes hemodialysees quant a leur niveau de fatigue et a leur satisfaction relative aux savoirs. L'etude s'est deroulee a l'interieur d'une unite d'hemodialyse dans un etablissement de sante situe au Nouveau-Brunswick. Cette ...
Wilson, Barbara - - 2010
The native arteriovenous fistula (AVF) is the vascular access of choice for patients on chronic hemodialysis (HD) because of its longevity and lower complication rate. Yet from 2001 to 2004 in Canada, there has been a notable increase in both incident and prevalent central venous catheter (CVC) use with a ...
Beliveau, Lee - - 2010
Visaya, Marie - - 2010
Home hemodialysis (HHD) is an optimal option for patients requiring renal replacement therapy. It has been noted through research that this type of therapy is more cost-effective than in-centre therapies, and the benefits to patients are well documented (Harwood & Leitch, 2006). As stated by the Ministry of Health and ...
Duteau, Jennifer - - 2010
Grieving a loss is a devastating universal human experience that affects our emotional, physical and spiritual well being. End stage renal disease is a lifelong illness creating a serious and complex impact on individually defined quality of life. Losses such as that of independence, employment, self-esteem and physical functioning can ...
Harwood, Lori - - 2010
Nephrology nurses, like nurses in other areas, are impacted by the stress in their work environment. As recruitment and retention issues become more apparent, research in the area of conditions of work life for nephrology nursing has emerged, as an important area of study. Burnout has been reported as high ...
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Quinan, Patty - - 2010
Beliveau, Lee - - 2010
Stilos, Kalli - - 2010
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Beliveau, Lee - - 2009
Mahabeer, Suzette - - 2009
Within a society that is becoming increasingly multicultural, it is vital for nurses to become culturally competent in order to meet the needs of a culturally diverse population. Cultural knowledge plays a primary role in influencing the quality of care that nurses provide on a daily basis.
Prentice, Dawn - - 2009
The aim of this study was to examine the impact of introducing the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario Best Practice Guideline (BPG), Assessment and management of foot ulcers for people with diabetes (2005), on foot ulcer incidence, recurrence, and amputation rate in adult diabetic clients who are undergoing chronic hemodialysis ...
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