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MEASURES OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS IN NOVICE HEALTH PROFESSIONS STUDENTS DURING A SIMULATED PATIENT EMERGENCY
Learning to provide emergency care alone and with others in the clinical environment imposes unexplored stresses on novice caregivers. It is unclear whether this stress inhibits or promotes performance and learning. Many ...
EXPERIENCE OF POSTPARTUM ACTIVE DUTY WOMEN IN TRAINING FOR THE U.S. AIR FORCE FITNESS ASSESSMENT
In order to facilitate and evaluate physical readiness, active duty personnel of all branches of the U.S. military are required to pass periodic fitness assessments. United States Air Force (USAF) personnel must pass a ...
TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS IN THE ARUMERU DISTRICT OF NORTHERN TANZANIA: EVALUATION OF THE PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES
Purpose: Describe the prevalence of diabetes in rural northern Tanzania and the association between biometric markers and lifestyle indicators with diabetes, hypertension, and obesity.Background: Diabetes in sub-Sahara ...
The Role of Social Support in the Success and Retention of Undergraduate Nursing Students
There is a shortage in the overall number of nurses in the United States. Additionally, there is a need to increase the diversity of the nursing workforce to improve the delivery of culturally competent care. As one ...
BENEFITS OF EARLY HOSPICE REFERRAL: A FAMILY EVALUATION
This paper examines the evidence for the benefits of early hospice referral on the family caregivers of terminally ill adults. Specifically, the following benefits of timely referrals are examined: satisfaction with hospice ...