Norepinephrine, Adrenaline, and Cortisol: Pilots, Nurses, and Unstoppable Rush
Dianne McAdams-Jones, EdD, RN, GNE, CHSE; Randall Johnson, PhD -- College of Health Emergency Medicine and Aviation, Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah, USA
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Cortisol, Adrenaline and Norepinephrine are our defenses against chaotic situations that pose both a threat to our safety and possibly that of others. There is a pressing need to calculate a workable if not successful solution to the stress producing emergency at hand.
29th International Nursing Research Congress: Innovative Global Nursing Practice and Education Through Research and Evidence-based Practice, July 19-23, 2018. Melbourne, Australia.
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Delivery of Care in Controversial Times: When the Police Are Involved and Communication Is Strained McAdams-Jones, Dianne; King, John; Valentine, Tirsit (2017-10-09)Security is valuable if there is fear of beliefs being challenged when we go beyond the columns and lines venturing out of the cage. When the police arrive with a victim who claims he/she was racially targeted, how do you ...
The Anatomy of a Bully: Analyzing the Autopsy McAdams-Jones, DianneToday,it has become easier to deny the truth, to put a spin on the truth or to just shun the truth all together. A look at an autopsy of me in a case study along with a simulation of the bully may further understanding of ...
Students enhancing the learning of students through technology in a switched environment Berry-Pierce, Tianne; McAdams-Jones, Dianne; Gollnig, Kim; DeSantis, Katherine (2016-03-17)Session presented on Sunday, July 26, 2015: When technology and education are combined using pensive, student centered and learning focused design the results can provide previously impossible opportunities for students ...