• Experiencing Moral Uncertainty in Practice 

      Wurzbach, Mary Ellen (11/4/2015)
      Within the past thirty years, ethical questions have come to the forefront of nursing practice.  Books on the subject of nursing ethics attest to the fact that nursing ethics as a subject distinct from medical ethics is ...
    • “Life in Paradox”: Experiences of Young Adult Stroke Survivors 

      Martinez, Rudolf Cymorr Kirby P.; Macuja, Migliore Hadeel; Manzo, Paul Remson; Bujawe, Sarah Jane; De Guzman, Joben William; Dupet, Jian Marco; Caoagas, Jan Joelle (2/8/2018)
      This study, rooted on phenomenological approach, explored the experiences of post-stoke young adults. Seven (7) participants were gathered as co-researchers and were selected thoroughly based on the following criteria: 1) ...
    • “Masked”: The Lives of Adolescents Undergoing Chemotherapy 

      Martinez, Rudolf Cymorr Kirby P. (Philippine Journal of Nursing, 2013-12)
      Worldwide, cancer still ranks as the second leading cause of death among children. In Asia alone, it continues to be a leading cause of childhood mortality. Though treatment such as chemotherapy have played a major role ...
    • Moral Regret - The Experience of Breaches of a Nursing Ideal 

      Wurzbach, Mary Ellen (11/24/2015)
                  Recently, Johnstone and Hutchinson (2015) called for abandoning the construct of “moral distress”. For various reasons, they believe that too much attention is paid to it in the nursing literature, that the ...
    • New Nurses' Hopes and Expectations Transitioning Into Practice Phase Two 

      Gwinn, Linda; Marks, Angie; Hoeksel, Renee (3/5/2014)
      Purposes/Aims: This qualitative study examines the lived experiences of graduating associate degree nurses transitioning into practice.   Rationale Conceptual Basis/Background: The increasing complexity of health care ...
    • What. What. What. Clinical Judgment In Tanzanian Nurse Education 

      Thompson, Robert Kent (11/24/2014)
      This study explored two facets of clinical judgment in Tanzanian nurse education.  The first was to examine the perceptions of Tanzanian nurses regarding the use of clinical judgment during their nursing education.  The ...

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