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72.pdf.jpg2015Am I Going to Be Okay? Keeping the trust of patients at critical momentsDanielle Allen
66.pdf.jpg2015Advocacy for Vulnerable Patients: How Grassroots Organizations Can Influence Health Care Policy Using case studies to make the case for home health reimbursementMary Ann Christopher; Judith Duhl; Robert J. Rosati
63.pdf.jpg2015PAPER TOWELS BEST FOR DRYING HANDSKaren Rosenberg
62.pdf.jpg2015STARTING THE SCHOOL DAY LATER MIGHT MEAN LOWER TEEN CRASH RATESKaren Rosenberg
56.pdf.jpg2015Conflict Engagement: A New Model for Nurses A relational model for nurse managers.Debra Gerardi
47.pdf.jpg2015Interprofessional Collaboration and Education Working together to ensure excellence in health care.Mary Sullivan; Richard D. Kiovsky; Diana J. Mason
34.pdf.jpg2015Early Localized Prostate Cancer A review of diagnostic tests and treatment optionsAnne Katz
33.pdf.jpg2015BalloonSandra Berris
24.pdf.jpg2015The Critical Care Recovery Center: An Innovative Collaborative Care Model for ICU Survivors A prototypical clinic tackles the recovery burdens faced by a vulnerable population.Babar A. Khan; Sue Lasiter; Malaz A. Boustani
23.pdf.jpg2015BalloonSandra Berris
22-23.pdf.jpg2015J-290-Vol-115-Issue-3-March-2015Diane S. Aschenbrenner
20.pdf.jpg2015Physician vs. Nonphysician Anesthetists for Surgical PatientsWilliam H. Anger Jr
19.pdf.jpg2015Moral Distress in Nursing Coping with this rising concern in health care delivery systems.-
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17.pdf.jpg2015Misuse of Autoinjectors and Inhalers Nurses can help by reviewing technique with patients-
16.pdf.jpg2015Cigarettes Still Cause a Third of U.S. Cancer Deaths A new report highlights the continuing risk smoking confers in 12 types of cancer.-
15.pdf.jpg2015New Guidelines on HIV Prevention in Teens and Adults Recommendations are aimed at reducing infectiousness and transmissionsGail M. Pfeifer
14.pdf.jpg2015Reconsidering Contact Precautions for MRSA and VRE Are gowns and gloves always needed to keep patients safe?Gail M. Pfeifer
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11.pdf.jpg2015Communicating Patient DNR Status Using Color-Coded Wristbands A readily recognizable source of information at the bedside.Blima Marcus

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