Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 26, 2008: Focus on by Elizabeth Merwin PhD RN FAAN

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From stories of the former quantity: "This quantity can be really valuable to the objective viewers. It presents an outstanding beginning for evidence-based perform and additional examine (4 stars)." --Doody's e-book overview carrier The nursing group is constantly challenged with increasing the empirical wisdom base that informs rural nursing perform. This quantity of the distinguished Annual overview of Nursing learn, concentrate on Rural overall healthiness, addresses this problem. members have constructed inventive and powerful suggestions to spot correct learn and current them within the context of the agricultural supply process. issues contain: Nursing study to fulfill healthiness Care wishes of Rural Populations enhancing platforms, caliber of Care & sufferer safeguard enhancing Cultural Relevance of Rural Nursing examine: Methodological concerns, Constraints, and possibilities additionally incorporated: Contents of prior 10 Volumes The individuals, all famous nurse scientists, talk about the major difficulties they care for every day, using contemporary rural and normal overall healthiness coverage stories. This method permits readers to profit new thoughts and methods for rural nursing perform which are firmly grounded within the facts. whereas the first examples are drawn from American contexts, a unique bankruptcy on international views highlights analogous difficulties and matters that rural nursing study increases throughout international locations, really the supply of assets. concerning the Editors This quantity is edited by means of Elizabeth Merwin, affiliate Dean, examine and the Director of the agricultural healthiness Care examine heart on the collage of Virginia tuition of Nursing. The sequence editor is Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, who has bought a number of honors and awards together with the yankee magazine of Nursing publication of the 12 months Award 18 instances, and is the Elizabeth Brooks Ford Professor of Nursing, Frances Payne Bolton college of Nursing at Case Western Reserve college.

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Overall feeling of needing more DSME. Barriers: access to specialists, CDEs; costs. Facilitators: creative ways to seek care and cope; resilience, support from providers, family, and friends, close-knit community. Use of teas, supplements, dietary treatments, religion/spirituality. Recommended programs of care. , 2006). One quarter diagnosed by routine screen; most acutely ill (64%); many hospitalized. Data collected 2003–2004 Framework Orem’s Theory of Self-Care Deficit Nursing; Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory.

No verbatim transcripts. Analysis limited to 65 who did year 1 and 2 surveys. Modifications year 1 and 2 may affect validity of measures. 1 Analysis of Descriptive Studies (n = 16) (Continued) Source Purpose Design and Method Rural Location and year 2 data; multiple regression of outcomes. Sample Size, Demographics Providers spent about 33 minutes/month on project-related tasks. One of first to do longitudinal analysis of telemedicine. Moore et al. (2006) To compare quality of diabetes care provided to American Indian, Alaskan Natives (Al/AN) by urban and rural Indian Health Service (IHS) Programs Design: cross­sectional study Medical records review, Audit in 2002 by Indian Health Service.

2006), “Diabetes is your own personal business” (p. 22) (often not discussed). Respondents did not share a well-­developed explanatory model for ­disease. Small nonrepresentative sample. Nonrandom sample from one community. Interview about benefits, barriers, and suggestions for improvement of clinic services (Clinics established between 1998 and 2003). Skelly et al. (2007) To elicit views of African Americans and identify differences by gender and age about diabetes and its prevention; to design/ plan a community-based intervention for prevention; to derive Descriptive guided by Kleinman’s Ethnographic interviewing— 5 domains to develop interview guide.

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