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ArticleBullinger, MonikaIntroduction One of the recent advances in assessing outcomes of medical care is the inclusion of the patient perspective. The term patient-reported outcome (PRO) is used to reflect the patient perceptions of disease and its consequences as well as of . . .
ThesisMallon, HeatherStatement of Problem With current health care reform and reimbursement rates becoming more dependent on patient satisfaction scores, there is a need to look at the impact of nurse satisfaction on patient satisfaction. Sources of Data CINAHL database, . . .
ProjectDampier, KristinStatement of Problem The increasing demand for care in the ED by patients who do not require emergency care, according to acuity levels, contributes to overcrowding which may reduce patient satisfaction A nurse practitioner-run fast track in the emerg . . .
ThesisLaxa, Russe EllaStatement of Problem: There is a significant amount of research that focuses on identifying, describing, and preventing nursing burnout. More research was needed to explore the consequences of burnout. Due to the interactive nature with patients in a . . .