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Covid-19 Vaccine And Survival Of Diabetes Patient On Dialysis, Luis Guillermo De Jesús Iii Vega Feb 2024

Covid-19 Vaccine And Survival Of Diabetes Patient On Dialysis, Luis Guillermo De Jesús Iii Vega

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No abstract provided.


African Americans’ Nutrition And Dietary Management Experiences To Mitigate Congestive Heart Failure, Chukwuemeke Joseph Onokwai Feb 2024

African Americans’ Nutrition And Dietary Management Experiences To Mitigate Congestive Heart Failure, Chukwuemeke Joseph Onokwai

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No abstract provided.


Full-Time Nursing Faculty’S Perceptions Of Extrinsic Workload Factors, Diana Melanson Feb 2024

Full-Time Nursing Faculty’S Perceptions Of Extrinsic Workload Factors, Diana Melanson

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No abstract provided.


Association Between Malaria Educational Message Exposure And Malaria Prevalence Among Children In Nigeria, Eberechukwu Jacob Ajiwe Feb 2024

Association Between Malaria Educational Message Exposure And Malaria Prevalence Among Children In Nigeria, Eberechukwu Jacob Ajiwe

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Workload Management Strategies To Promote Senior Physical Therapy Faculty Retention In The United States, Amanda Parrish Feb 2024

Workload Management Strategies To Promote Senior Physical Therapy Faculty Retention In The United States, Amanda Parrish

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The Relationship Between Certified Nurse Aides’ Staffing Hours And Resident Medicare Quality Measure Outcomes In Missouri Long-Term Care Facilities, Sharlletta Idella Jackson Jan 2024

The Relationship Between Certified Nurse Aides’ Staffing Hours And Resident Medicare Quality Measure Outcomes In Missouri Long-Term Care Facilities, Sharlletta Idella Jackson

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The Effects Of Loneliness And Suicidal Ideation On U.S. Veterans, Sean Donnelly Jan 2024

The Effects Of Loneliness And Suicidal Ideation On U.S. Veterans, Sean Donnelly

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No abstract provided.


An Investigation Of The Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Experiences And Women’S Mental Health, Dr. Mercedes Zubieta Richmond Jan 2024

An Investigation Of The Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Experiences And Women’S Mental Health, Dr. Mercedes Zubieta Richmond

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No abstract provided.


Relationship Of Weekly Rest To Bsn Appraisal Of Stress And Hardiness, Everly Batuik Jan 2024

Relationship Of Weekly Rest To Bsn Appraisal Of Stress And Hardiness, Everly Batuik

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No abstract provided.


Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections Of Hospitalized Patients Diagnosed With Covid-19, Tracy Nicole Grady Jan 2024

Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections Of Hospitalized Patients Diagnosed With Covid-19, Tracy Nicole Grady

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Geographic Modifiable Risk Factors For Alzheimer’S Disease And Related Dementias Amid Chronic Disease In The United States, Rafael Gonzales-Lagos Jan 2024

Geographic Modifiable Risk Factors For Alzheimer’S Disease And Related Dementias Amid Chronic Disease In The United States, Rafael Gonzales-Lagos

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No abstract provided.


Cameroonian Women's Experiences In Seeking Breast Cancer Screening And Preventive Services, Cynthia N. Moore Jan 2024

Cameroonian Women's Experiences In Seeking Breast Cancer Screening And Preventive Services, Cynthia N. Moore

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No abstract provided.


Correlates For Nonmedical Prescription Opioid Use Among Young Adults, Uchenna Sam Chinweuba Jan 2024

Correlates For Nonmedical Prescription Opioid Use Among Young Adults, Uchenna Sam Chinweuba

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No abstract provided.


Racial/Ethnic Differences In The Association Between Health Literacy And Quality Of Life Among Breast Cancer Survivors, Tenesia D. Carey Jan 2024

Racial/Ethnic Differences In The Association Between Health Literacy And Quality Of Life Among Breast Cancer Survivors, Tenesia D. Carey

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No abstract provided.


Association Between Marital Status, Family Size, And Diabetes Among Asian-American Women, Rhea Ann Reyes Mcbride Jan 2024

Association Between Marital Status, Family Size, And Diabetes Among Asian-American Women, Rhea Ann Reyes Mcbride

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No abstract provided.


Hypertension Health Literacy Education For Unlicensed Assistive Living Facility Staff, Rhonda Gary Jackson Jan 2024

Hypertension Health Literacy Education For Unlicensed Assistive Living Facility Staff, Rhonda Gary Jackson

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No abstract provided.


Self-Efficacy Of Urban African Americans In Response To Covid-19 Health Information, Katrina Volbrecht Jan 2024

Self-Efficacy Of Urban African Americans In Response To Covid-19 Health Information, Katrina Volbrecht

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No abstract provided.


Antibiotic Use, Obesity, And Preterm Birth Among Women In The United States, Mya Thuzar Win Jan 2024

Antibiotic Use, Obesity, And Preterm Birth Among Women In The United States, Mya Thuzar Win

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No abstract provided.


The Association Between Dietary Flavonoid Intake And Cardiovascular Health Indicators In Women Aged 45 To 65, Melissa Wedel Jan 2024

The Association Between Dietary Flavonoid Intake And Cardiovascular Health Indicators In Women Aged 45 To 65, Melissa Wedel

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No abstract provided.


Impact Of Traditional Education And Learner-Centered Education On Standardized Tests, Courtney Marie Winslow Jan 2024

Impact Of Traditional Education And Learner-Centered Education On Standardized Tests, Courtney Marie Winslow

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There is a current shortage of approximately 45,000 nurses and nursing faculty to train student nurses, a number that is projected to grow. One proposed method to combat the shortage is to transition from traditional lecture-based classrooms to a learner-centered approach. Asking or requiring faculty to transition an entire nursing program from one teaching method to another without supporting data could be a waste of valuable time and resources. It could also prove detrimental to a program if students were unable to pass the NCLEX-RN exam, and a program was forced to close. The current study examined whether there was …


Senior Mental Health Clinicians’ Understanding Of Their Self-Efficacy While Providing Services At Community-Based Agencies, Rukiya Symister Jan 2024

Senior Mental Health Clinicians’ Understanding Of Their Self-Efficacy While Providing Services At Community-Based Agencies, Rukiya Symister

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Many mental health clinicians strive to provide their clients with rehabilitative and psychotherapy services resulting in a client gaining stable income and housing. However, the role of a senior mental health clinician (SMHC) is not without its challenges of trying to balance their well-being while dealing with increased coworker turnover, demanding caseloads, and limited access to community resources to provide clients with getting their lives back on track, thereby impacting clinicians’ understanding of their self-efficacy. Much of the research on self-efficacy has focused on mental health clients, mental health graduate students, and mental health trainees, often leaving out the lived …


Impact Of Traditional Education And Learner-Centered Education On Standardized Tests, Courtney Marie Winslow Jan 2024

Impact Of Traditional Education And Learner-Centered Education On Standardized Tests, Courtney Marie Winslow

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

There is a current shortage of approximately 45,000 nurses and nursing faculty to train student nurses, a number that is projected to grow. One proposed method to combat the shortage is to transition from traditional lecture-based classrooms to a learner-centered approach. Asking or requiring faculty to transition an entire nursing program from one teaching method to another without supporting data could be a waste of valuable time and resources. It could also prove detrimental to a program if students were unable to pass the NCLEX-RN exam, and a program was forced to close. The current study examined whether there was …


A Multidisciplinary Approach To Managing Financial Toxicity In Oncology Patients, Katelin Muse Jan 2024

A Multidisciplinary Approach To Managing Financial Toxicity In Oncology Patients, Katelin Muse

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Patients with a cancer diagnosis are counseled at length about the standard of care treatment options, which may include surgery, radiation, anticancer medications, and chemo/immunotherapy through an informed consent process. Unfortunately, the potential economic burden and the accompanying psychological burden is seldom discussed up front. There is a significant need for routine screening and a multidisciplinary approach to the prevention of financial toxicity for the oncology patient. The purpose of this doctoral project was to lead an interprofessional team in the development of a clinical practice guideline for routine financial screening using the Comprehensive Score for Financial Toxicity (COST) tool …


Impact Of Traditional Education And Learner-Centered Education On Standardized Tests, Courtney Marie Winslow Jan 2024

Impact Of Traditional Education And Learner-Centered Education On Standardized Tests, Courtney Marie Winslow

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

There is a current shortage of approximately 45,000 nurses and nursing faculty to train student nurses, a number that is projected to grow. One proposed method to combat the shortage is to transition from traditional lecture-based classrooms to a learner-centered approach. Asking or requiring faculty to transition an entire nursing program from one teaching method to another without supporting data could be a waste of valuable time and resources. It could also prove detrimental to a program if students were unable to pass the NCLEX-RN exam, and a program was forced to close. The current study examined whether there was …


A Multidisciplinary Approach To Managing Financial Toxicity In Oncology Patients, Katelin Muse Jan 2024

A Multidisciplinary Approach To Managing Financial Toxicity In Oncology Patients, Katelin Muse

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

Patients with a cancer diagnosis are counseled at length about the standard of care treatment options, which may include surgery, radiation, anticancer medications, and chemo/immunotherapy through an informed consent process. Unfortunately, the potential economic burden and the accompanying psychological burden is seldom discussed up front. There is a significant need for routine screening and a multidisciplinary approach to the prevention of financial toxicity for the oncology patient. The purpose of this doctoral project was to lead an interprofessional team in the development of a clinical practice guideline for routine financial screening using the Comprehensive Score for Financial Toxicity (COST) tool …


The Impact Of Human Attachment To A Pet Bird On Psychological Well-Being, Kathryn Marie Trautann Jan 2024

The Impact Of Human Attachment To A Pet Bird On Psychological Well-Being, Kathryn Marie Trautann

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Few studies have addressed human attachment to a pet bird and psychological well-being, and the research that has been conducted is largely anecdotal and anthropomorphic perspectives on human relationships with birds. In this quantitative study, the relationships between humans and their birds were explored using Bowlby's attachment theory and Fredrickson and Losada's broaden and build theory. The study consisted of a randomized experiment, in which individuals were randomly assigned to either an attachment (n = 81) or detachment (n = 88) group. The security priming manipulation was used to prime the groups. The attachment group was asked to list things …


Missed Medical Appointments And The Effect On Patient Care For African Americans Living With Hiv In Alabama, Perpetua Nazon Jan 2024

Missed Medical Appointments And The Effect On Patient Care For African Americans Living With Hiv In Alabama, Perpetua Nazon

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This quantitative correlational study examined the relationship between the independent variable of missed medical appointments and the dependent variables of race and gender for African American patients living with HIV/AIDS. Previous studies described the major issue that occurs with HIV patients is an increase of missed medical appointments, causing a panic for hospital administrators, who try to implement methods to reduce the rates of missed appointments. The study sample from the Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) Network of Integrated Clinical Systems (CNICS) database covered a total population of 14,521 African American males and females living with HIV in Alabama. Pearson’s …


Cognitive Test Anxiety, Course Grades, And Course Repetition In Associate Degree Nursing Students, Crystal Elaine Jones Dec 2023

Cognitive Test Anxiety, Course Grades, And Course Repetition In Associate Degree Nursing Students, Crystal Elaine Jones

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No abstract provided.


An Educational Intervention To Increase Knowledge And Awareness Of Hypertension Among Nurses, Sylvia Kabba Dec 2023

An Educational Intervention To Increase Knowledge And Awareness Of Hypertension Among Nurses, Sylvia Kabba

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No abstract provided.


Health Care Organizations’ Research Capacity And Culture’S Effect On Nurses’ Evidence-Based Practice Implementation, Tamela Marie Fonseca Dec 2023

Health Care Organizations’ Research Capacity And Culture’S Effect On Nurses’ Evidence-Based Practice Implementation, Tamela Marie Fonseca

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No abstract provided.