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The purpose of this paper is to examine the advantages and challenges of co-supervision of doctoral students, as found in the literature and from our experiences. We define co-supervision and then discuss the process in detail. Examples are based on experiences of co-supervision from faculty...
Decision-making and evidence use during the process of prenatal record review in canada: A multiphase qualitative studyDownload
Background Prenatal records are potentially powerful tools for the translation of best-practice evidence into routine prenatal care. Although all jurisdictions in Canada use standardized prenatal records to guide care and provide data for health surveillance, their content related to risk factors...
Patient care frequently focuses on physical aspects of disease management, with variable attention given to spiritual needs. And yet, patients indicate that spiritual suffering adds to distress associated with illness. Spirituality, broadly defined as that which gives meaning and purpose to a...
International nursing leadership related to the drugs phenomenon: A case study of the partnership experience between the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD) and the University of Alberta-Faculty of NursingDownload
David, Helena M.S., Castillo, Maria M.A., Chavez, Ketty A.P., Galera, Sueli A.F., Olson, Joanne, Cartana, Maria H.F., Gray, Genevieve, Luduena, Alicia C., Randuz, Vera, Wright, M.G.M., Oblitas, Flor Y.M., Roldan, Maria C.B., Pillon, Sandra, Silva, Julia H., Caufield, Catherine
In this article, the authors discuss the value of international health in advancing the nursing profession through the development of strong leadership in the area of drug demand reduction. Paradigms for nursing leadership are briefly reviewed and linked to the development of the \"International...
International research capacity-building programs for nurses to study the drug phenomenon in Latin America: challenges and perspectivesDownload
The First International Research Capacity-Building Program for Nurses to Study the Drug Phenomenon in the Americas is a result of a partnership between the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD) of the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Faculty of Nursing in the...