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Recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of childhood tuberculosis.

Despite over 2.3 million (26% of global burden) cases of tuberculosis (TB) in India the accurate diagnosis of childhood TB remains a major challenge.

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Nursing canada

Canada's health-care system couldn't function without registered nurses (RNs). They interact with patients more than doctors and care for the whole person, including their physical, intellectual and social needs. RNs use high-tech equipment, perform complex procedures and lead and manage staff. RNs can further their education and be rewarded with even greater career opportunities.

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Nursing Programs in the US

Need help deciphering what an LPN, ADN or BSN means in terms of nursing educational paths? The US credentialing letters can scare students away, making a nursing degree seem foreign and daunting. We have broken down the various nursing programs to provide you with a clear understand of each nursing path.

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Nurses in France

In France, medical practitioners are aware that the practice of the delivery of primary care by nurses occurs in other countries. However, there is disagreement about how to implement this practice. This aspect of the issue of front line care has not yet been studied in France.

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Intensive and Critical Care Nursing

Patients in an intensive care unit (ICU) may risk disruption of their circadian rhythm. In an intervention research project a cycled lighting system was set up in an ICU room to support patients’ circadian rhythm.

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International Emergency Nursing

The introduction of the Early Warning Score in the Emergency Department: A retrospective cohort study

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Paediatric Nursing

Building the Concept of Nurturing Resilience

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Midwifery and Nursing Care

Introduction: The number of older pregnant women and obese people is now increasing.

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Telemedicine and e-Health

Telemedicine and e-Health is the leading peer-reviewed journal for cutting-edge telemedicine applications for achieving optimal patient care and outcomes.

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Work, Health, and Nursing Research

Work is a major part of the human experience, and most individuals spend over one third of their waking hours doing a job.

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Examining nurse / patient relationships in care coordination: A qualitative metasynthesis

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Effectiveness of internal Qigong on quality of life, depressive symptoms and self-efficacy among community-dwelling older adults with chronic disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis

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Statistics in Nursing Research

Welcome to this focused issue on statistics in nursing research! Nursing Research put out a special call for papers on this topic in 2011.

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Nurses distracted by Smartphone use during clinical practice: Italian validation of the "Nurses' use of Personal Communication Devices (PCD) questionnaire"

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