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Familes

  • Creator:   Editor
  • Updated:   8/22/2019
  • Contains:  45 items
These articles discuss the issues that can arise when working with families of critically ill patients.
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Prognostic Communication of Critical Care Nurses and Physicians at End of Life

Gutierrez, Karen M.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 31(3):170-182, May/June 2012.

When the Patient and Family Just Do Not Get It: Overcoming Low Health Literacy in Critical Care

Ingram, Racquel; Kautz, Donald D.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 31(1):25-30, January/February 2012.

Critical-Care Visitation: The Patients' Perspective

Hardin, Sonya R.; Bernhardt-Tindal, Kim; Hart, Ann; More

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 30(1):53-61, January-February 2011.

Trepidation: A Family Member's Response to Shift Change in the Intensive Care Unit

Bowman, Karen

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 29(6):288-292, November-December 2010.

The Intensive Care Unit: Experiences of Patients, Families, and Their Nurses

Cypress, Brigitte S.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 29(2):94-101, March-April 2010.

A Personal Reflection: A Case Study in Family-Centered Care at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland

Aiken, Loretta J.; Bibeau, Patrice D.; Cilento, Barbara J.; More

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 29(1):13-19, January-February 2010.

Using Research to Determine Support for a Policy on Family Presence During Resuscitation

Basol, Roberta; Ohman, Kathleen; Simones, Joyce; More

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 28(5):237-247, September-October 2009.

The "Big Picture": Communicating With Families About End-of-Life Care in Intensive Care Unit

Liaschenko, Joan; O'Conner-Von, Susan; Peden-McAlpine, Cynthia

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 28(5):224-231, September-October 2009.

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training for Family Members

Liu, Haiyan; Clark, Angela P.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 28(4):156-163, July-August 2009.

Empowering Family Members in End-of-Life Care Decision Making in the Intensive Care Unit

Browning, Annette M.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 28(1):18-23, January-February 2009.

Involving Family Systems in Critical Care Nursing: Challenges and Opportunities

Leon, Ana M.; Knapp, Sandra

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 27(6):255-262, November-December 2008.

A Personal Reflection: Family Survival in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Lilly, Mark

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 27(4):157-159, July-August 2008.

Family Stress, Family Adaptation, and Psychological Well-Being of Elderly Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Patients

McLain, Rhonda M.; Dashiff, Carol

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 27(3):125-131, May-June 2008.

Family Presence During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Grief Therapy or Prolonged Futility?

Sherman, David A.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 27(3):114-117, May-June 2008.

Should We Allow Children to Visit Ill Parents in Intensive Care Units?: Your Responses

Miracle, Vickie A.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 26(5):187-190, September-October 2007.

A Look at Critical Care Visitation: The Case for Flexible Visitation

Sims, Jennifer M.; Miracle, Vickie A.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 25(4):175-180, July-August 2006.

A Qualitative Examination of the Needs of Families Faced With the Option of Organ Donation

Jacoby, Liva H.; Breitkopf, Carmen Radecki; Pease, Elizabeth A.

Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 24(4):183-189, July-August 2005.

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