Written in English
Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Surrey, 1996.
|Statement||Claire J. Breslin.|
|Contributions||University of Surrey. European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences.|
Background. Originating in the s in the United States, Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are advanced practice nurses who have completed additional training beyond that of a registered nurse [1,2].The NP role has continued to develop and they now work in a range of health care settings in the US and other countries including Canada and the United Kingdom (UK).Cited by: This study explored factors affecting nurses’ coping with transitions. Study findings indicate that transition is a difficult period in nurses’ working life during which they need the strong support from their families, peers, and managers. The major factor affecting nurses’ coping with Cited by: 8. 1. Introduction. Interprofessional (IP) care is comprehensive healthcare delivered by multiple professionals engaged in partnerships and collaboration to enhance care quality.A number of studies suggest effective IP collaboration results in high-quality and cost-effective IP care delivery [e.g.,, ].While there have been conceptualizations of IP care in the literature,,, only recently Cited by: 3. Advanced nurse practitioners in municipal healthcare as a way to meet the growing healthcare needs of the frail elderly: A qualitative interview study with managers, doctors and specialist nurses.
Half of the studies (n=27) were conducted in North America (n=27), and 25/54 employed a qualitative design. The advanced nurse practitioner role was diverse, working across the lifespan and with. Increasingly, nurse practitioners (NPs) are deployed in teams along with general practitioners (GPs) to help meet the demand for out-of-hours care. The purpose of this study was to explore factors influencing collaboration between GPs and NPs in teams working out-of-hours. A descriptive qualitative study was done using a total of 27 semi-structured interviews and two focus Cited by: 3. Key Words: Night shift, Registered nurse, Phenomenology, Coping, Sleep, Self-care UCTION Nurses working the night shift have been found to experience physiological difﬁculties and sleep related issues. Asso-ciated problems that arise outside of work include drowsy driving, [2 ]family/child care difﬁculties, 3 and less leisure. While greater reliance on nurse practitioners in primary healthcare settings can improve service efficiency and accessibility, their integration is not straightforward, challenging existing role definitions of both registered nurses and physicians. Developing adequate support practices is therefore essential in primary healthcare nurse practitioners’ by: 6.
Unhealthy alcohol use includes the spectrum of alcohol consumption from risky drinking to alcohol use disorders. Routine alcohol screening, brief intervention (BI) and referral to treatment (RT) are commonly endorsed for improving the identification and management of unhealthy alcohol use in outpatient settings. However, factors which might impact screening, BI, and RT implementation in Cited by: The disruptive potential of the Nurse Practitioner (NP) is evident in their ability to offer services traditionally provided by primary care practitioners and their provision of a health promotion model of care in response to changing health trends. No study has qualitatively investigated the role of the Emergency NP in Australia, nor the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT Cited by: Evidenced-based practice, Acute care nurse practitioners, Nu rse practitioner, Utilization of evidenced-based practice 1 Introduction The acute care nurse practitioner (ACNP) role is the newest in the subspecialty domains for nurse practitioners. The first United States (US) national certification for ACNPs took place in . The American Cited by: 3. A qualitative descriptive design was used in this research, which was chosen because it is considered the best method when little is known about the phenomenon of interest as in this study .This research design acknowledges the participants’ subjective experiences and enables insights into how individuals understand and construct their lives .Cited by: 4.