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Nursing Update: Issue 8 August 2019

Nursing Update - Issue 8 August 2018

Feature Articles

The Modified Valsalva Maneuver for Reversion of Stable Supraventricular Tachycardia: Lessons Learned From the REVERT Trial
Davis, Wesley D. Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal. Issue: Volume 41(3), July/September 2019, p 192-197.
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Exploring attitudes of healthcare professionals towards ICT-based interventions for nursing home residents with dementia: a mixed-methods approach Julie Lorraine O’Sullivan, Paul Gellert, Britta Hesse, Laura-Maria Jordan, Sebastian Möller, Jan-Niklas Voigt-Antons & Johanna Nordheim Contemporary Nurse, 54:1, 13-25, 2018
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Detecting Delirium Using a Physiologic Monitor
Mulkey, Malissa A. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. Issue: Volume 38(5), September/October 2019, p 241-247.
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Prospective memory rehabilitation using smartphones in patients with TBI
Lars Evald, Disability and Rehabilitation, 40:19, 2250-2259, 2018.
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A Prospective, Multicenter, Single-Arm Clinical Trial for Treatment of Complex Diabetic Foot Ulcers with Deep Exposure Using Acellular Dermal Matrix
Cazzell, Shawn et al. Advances in Skin & Wound Care. Issue: Volume 32(9), September 2019, p 409-415.
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Preventing Aspiration Complications: Implementing a Swallow Screening Tool
Wangen,Tina et al. Clinical Nurse Specialist. Issue: Volume 33(5), September/October 2019, p 237-243.
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Best Practices to Decrease Infusion-Associated Medication Errors
Wolf, Zane Robinson. Journal of Infusion Nursing. Issue: Volume 42(4), July/August 2019, p 183-192. F
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Accepted but Unacceptable: Peripheral IV Catheter Failure
Helm, Robert E. MD; Klausner, Jeffrey D.; Klemperer, John D. MD; Flint, Lori M.; Huang, Emily.
Journal of Infusion Nursing. Issue: Volume 42(3), May/June 2019, p 151-164.
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The effect of computer-based cognitive flexibility training on recovery of executive function after stroke: rationale, design and methods of the TAPASS study
Renate M. van de Ven, Ben Schmand, Erny Groet, Dick J. Veltman and Jaap M. J. Murre, BMC Neurology 2015 15:144.
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Australian Articles  AU  

Using technology to overcome the language barrier: the Cognitive Assessment for Aphasia App
Kylie Janine Wall, Toby Borland Cumming, Sebastian Thomas Koenig, Anita Maria Pelecanos & David Andrew Copland,  Disability and Rehabilitation, 40:11, 1333-1344, 2018.
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Evidence Utilisation Project: Management of Inadvertent Perioperative Hypothermia. The challenges of implementing best practice recommendations in the perioperative environment
Munday, Judy et al.  International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare. Issue: Volume 11(4), December 2013, p 305-311.
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Issues impacting on enrolled nurse education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: a discussion
Jennifer H. Cramer, Judith Dianne Pugh, Susan Slatyer, Diane E. Twigg & Melanie Robinson. Contemporary Nurse, 54:3, 258-267, 2018.
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The extent of medication errors and adverse drug reactions throughout the patient journey in acute care in Australia
International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare. Issue: Volume 14(Issue 3: Medication Safety Issue), September 2016, p 113-122.
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Incontinence, Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis, and Pressure Injuries in a Health District in Australia: A Mixed-Methods Study Barakat-Johnson, Michelle; Barnett, Catherine; Lai, Michelle; Wand, Timothy; White, Kathryn. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing Issue: Volume 45(4), July/August 2018, p 349-355.
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Research & Training 

Clinical Nurse Specialist Preceptor Protocol
Bloomingdale; Darmody, Julie V. Clinical Nurse Specialist. Issue: Volume 33(5), September/October 2019, p 228-236.
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A qualitative study of new graduates’ readiness to use nursing informatics in acute care settings: clinical nurse educators’ perspectives Eun Hee Shin, Elizabeth Cummings & Karen Ford. Contemporary Nurse, 54:1, 64-76, 2018.
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Rich pictures: a companion method for qualitative research in medical education
Sayra M Cristancho; Esther Helmich. Medical Education. Volume 53, Issue 9; September 2019 Pages 916-924.
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Exploring group boundaries and conflicts: a social identity theory perspective
Naike Bochatay et al. Medical Education. Volume 53, Issue8, August 2019, Pages 799-807.
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Sayra M Cristancho

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Department of Surgery, Faculty of Education, Centre for Education Research and Innovation, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada

Correspondence: Sayra M Cristancho, Centre for Education Research and Innovation, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University, Health Sciences Addition, Room H114A, London, Ontario N6A 5C1, Canada. Tel: 00 1 519 661 2111; E‐mail:

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Esther Helmich

CEDAR, University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands

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