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The purpose of this article is to discuss whether the properties of existing situation-specific theories are congruent with the philosophical stance of neo-pragmatism. A literature review was conducted using PubMed, CINAHL, and PsycInfo with keywords of “situation-specific theory” and “nursing.”...
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The various ways in which nurses relate and interact with patients, who are considered marginal, vulnerable, and in some ways “different,” tend to revolve around the concept of othering. To date, much attention has been given to the immediate situation in which othering may take place, both in...
Admission of patients to an intensive care unit is often a stressful event for family members. In the context of patient- and family-centered care, family satisfaction is recognized as a quality indicator of intensive care unit care. However, family satisfaction has not been consistently used or...
African American women experience higher lifetime exposure to chronic stressors, such as perceived racial discrimination. Clearly defining perceived racial discrimination in the pregnant African American population has the potential to better explain the phenomenon and how it relates to adverse...
Chronic care management is a multidimensional phenomenon involving multilayered interaction, reaction, and adaptation responses to feedback within chronic care micro/macro- systems. Complex adaptive systems (CASs) consider interconnected dynamic relationships between discrete components of...
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