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1 Kooyman, MakaelynAlarm fatigue: An alarming situationAs the healthcare system of the United States continues to advance technologically, it seems that one cannot enter an intensive care unit (ICU) without being inundated with alarms from various monitors and pumps. Alarm fatigue, defined as the lack of response to an alarm due to sensory overload and...Patient monitoring - Nursing; Monitor alarms (Medicine); Nurses - Attitudes; Medical instruments and apparatus; Alarm reaction2014-12
2 Buchanan, Kathryn LeighDeveloping and Evaluating a Resilience Curriculum for Nurse Residency ProgramsPurpose: There is a nursing shortage worldwide, which is partially due to nurses leaving the workforce prematurely. This phenomenon has been particularly prevalent within emergency, critical care, and oncology. This burnout has been linked to a concept termed "compassion fatigue", where nurses' abil...2017
3 Rodriguez, MayraHospital Acquired Bloodstream Infections in Pediatric Patients Undergoing Hematopoietic stem Cell TransplantationPurpose The purpose of this thesis was to investigate hospital acquired bloodstream infections, in pediatric patients undergoing hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT), using a subset of data from an ongoing study. The goal of the larger study was to track changes in central line-associated ...2020
4 Busath, AbigailMe & My Wishes: an Examination of Resident Preferences in Nursing Home Care ConferencesWith an increasingly older population in the United States, many older adults are expected to dwell in nursing homes (NHs)-a place where they may also experience the end of their life (EOL). Despite the growing number of older adults in NHs, meaningful discussions about preferences for end-of-life (...2019
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