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- 145Nursing, Faculty of
- 145Nursing, Faculty of/Health Systems
- 3Nursing, Faculty of/Nursing Education
- 3Medicine and Dentistry, Faculty of
- 3Medicine and Dentistry, Faculty of/Alberta Research Centre for Health Evidence (ARCHE)
- 2Nursing, Faculty of/Health Equity
- 23Estabrooks, C.A.
- 15Cummings, G. G.
- 14Cummings, G.G.
- 14Estabrooks, C.
- 13Estabrooks, C. A.
- 13Norton, P.
- 15Knowledge translation
- 12Systematic reviews
- 10Long-term care
- 8Canada, Alberta
- 8Employee training
The purpose of this study was to compare the cost of a day spent in an intensive care unit and a day spent on a general nursing unit. A descriptive design was used, based on patient level data, to examine and compare unit costs per day for each of the ICU and non-ICU portions of a patient’s...
The aim of this project was to assess the effectiveness of a practice enhancement program in training community pharmacists to provide pharmaceutical care. A mid- and post-test with no control group design was used. Nine pharmacists in five pharmacies completed the program comprised of 40 hours...
Objectives: To describe the incidence and pattern of traumatic spinal cord injury and cauda equina injury (SCI) in a geographically defined region of Canada. Methods: The study period was April 1, 1997 to March 31, 2000. Data were gathered from three provincial sources: administrative data from...
Building on the work of Ehrenberg and Estabrooks, the authors continue the series of articles on knowledge utilization by focusing on the effect of organizational factors and leadership on research use by individual practitioners. Traditionally, the onus to integrate research findings into...
The association between renal insufficiency, phamacotherapy, and outcomes in 6427 patients with heart failure and coronary artery disease.Download
Objectives This study was designed to examine the use of cardiovascular medications and outcomes in patients with heart failure (HF) and renal dysfunction. Background Renal insufficiency is associated with poorer outcomes in patients with HF, but the mechanisms are uncertain. In particular,...
Background: Browne et al. [Browne, MacCallum, Kim, Andersen, Glaser: When fit indices and residuals are incompatible. Psychol Methods 2002] employed a structural equation model of measurements of target cell lysing by natural killer cells as an example purportedly demonstrating that small but...
Anonymization—the removal of identifying information from data—is one way of preparing data for secondary use. This process has not received much attention from scholars, but close examination shows that it is full of methodological, ethical and theoretical tensions. Qualitative research focuses...
OBJECTIVE: To describe disaster medicine (DM) education in 16 Canadian medical schools before and after September 11, 2001 (9/11). METHODS: Email invitations and reminders to complete an Internet-based survey were sent to 48 undergraduate and fellowship representatives. RESULTS: A total of 24...
Purpose: To describe nursing education research literature in terms of quality, content areas under investigation, geographic location of the research, research designs utilized, sample sizes, instruments used to collect data, and funding sources. Design and Methods: Quantitative and qualitative...