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R Laws, K J Campbell, P van der Pligt, K Ball, J Lynch, G Russell, R Taylor, E Denney-Wilson
BACKGROUND: Because parents with young children access primary health care services frequently, a key opportunity arises for Maternal and Child Health (MCH) nurses to actively work with families to support healthy infant feeding practices and lifestyle behaviours. However, little is known regarding the extent to which MCH nurses promote obesity prevention practices and how such practices could be better supported. METHODS: This mixed methods study involved a survey of 56 MCH nurses (response rate 84...
2015: BMC Nursing
Qibin Qi, Yanping Li, Andrea K Chomistek, Jae H Kang, Gary C Curhan, Louis R Pasquale, Walter C Willett, Eric B Rimm, Frank B Hu, Lu Qi
BACKGROUND: Previous studies on gene-lifestyle interaction and obesity have focused mostly on the FTO gene and physical activity, whereas little attention has been paid to sedentary behavior as indicated by television (TV) watching. METHODS AND RESULTS: We analyzed interactions between TV watching, leisure time physical activity, and genetic predisposition in relation to body mass index (BMI) in 7740 women and 4564 men from 2 prospective cohorts: The Nurses' Health Study and the Health Professionals Follow-up Study...
October 9, 2012: Circulation
Orjan Hallberg, Olle Johansson
Breast cancer frequently occurs in the left breast among both women and men [R. Roychoudhuri, V. Putcha, H. Møller, Cancer and laterality: a study of the five major paired organs (UK), Cancer Causes Control 17 (2006) 655-662; M.T. Goodman, K.H. Tung, L.R. Wilkens, Comparative epidemiology of breast cancer among men and women in the US, 1996 to 2000, Cancer Causes Control 17 (2006) 127-136; C.I. Perkins, J. Hotes, B.A. Kohler, H.L. Howe, Association between breast cancer laterality and tumor location, United States, 1994-1998, Cancer Causes Control 15 (2004) 637-645; H...
June 2010: Pathophysiology: the Official Journal of the International Society for Pathophysiology
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January 1965: Hospital Topics
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August 1961: American Journal of Nursing
A Chinnis, K R White
Chaos is order without predictability (1 ). Any unfortunate patient who has recently made a trek to an Emergency Department (ED) or even better, has watched the immensely popular TV show, ER, knows that the visit can be a frustrating and a time consuming experience. The waits are so protracted that one can observe all cycles of birth, death, love, and romance in the waiting room. The process is tedious for the patient who must tell one's tale to a triage nurse, a registration clerk, the primary nurse, the nursing care partner, and finally the emergency physician...
November 1999: Journal of Emergency Medicine
K Kikuchi, F Ohashi, T Takayama, T Hara, T Hara
1. The Hara Eye Hospital in Japan has been transmitting microsurgical procedures on closed circuit television to patients' family members since 1975. The procedure is recorded through the operating microscope and accompanied by an explanation from the surgeon; family members view the operating room on a second monitor. 2. As the operation progresses, the surgeon explains his or her techniques to the family members, who can ask questions at any time during the procedure. Before leaving the hospital, patients can view an edited videotape of the type of surgical procedure they underwent...
November 1993: Journal of Ophthalmic Nursing & Technology
J K Myers
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April 5, 1965: Nursing Research Conference
K B Nuckolls
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December 1966: American Journal of Nursing
K Poikolainen
Health personnel has been thought to pay too little attention to alcohol-related problems. Knowledge, attitudes and beliefs related to alcohol were studied among 225 physicians, 296 nurses, and 279 clerical employees. Knowledge scores were constructed by giving one point for every correct answer. For knowledge on alcoholic beverages and biological facts (11 questions), the mean scores were: physicians 7.7, nurses 6.7, and clerical employees 6.5. For etiologic knowledge (12 items), the means were: physicians 8...
1988: Social Science & Medicine
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