The clinical reasoning of expert acute care registered nurses in pre-cardiopulmonary arrest events
Alyce S Ashcraft, PhD, RN, CNE
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Ashcraft, Alyce S.; Owen, Donna C. (2017-01-27)Summary of project aims The aims of this pilot study were as follows: (a) to examine the design and utility of an intervention based on the Sensemaking model, and (b) to examine communication between nurses and physicians ...
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