Annie Mcardle

Annie Mcardle
Mater · Nursing Research

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This study explored the feasibility of using experience-based co-design methods (EBCD), based on participatory action principles, to improve service delivery regarding parent information needs within a metropolitan postnatal maternity unit. Data were collected from January 2018 to March 2019 from parents and staff using surveys, video interviews, a...
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Objective: The objective of the review was to synthesize research studies that reported on the experiences and needs of families with a relative in an adult intensive care unit. Introduction: Having a relative in an intensive care unit has been reported to be a time of turmoil, stress, and disruption to the lives of family members. Primary resea...
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Background: Being able to visit a critically ill relative provides comfort to family members and has recognised benefits to the patient. Limited research has been conducted on demographic characteristics and visiting behaviours of family members with a relative in the intensive care unit (ICU). Objectives: The objective was to provide an overvie...
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Objective: The objective of this scoping review was to explore the information needs and information seeking behaviors of patients and families from healthcare providers in acute healthcare settings in existing literature. Introduction: A well-informed family can be crucial to a patient's capacity to cope with their diagnosis and hospital care d...
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Aim To develop a model of factors influencing meeting family needs when a relative was admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU). Background Studies identify individual factors impact on the needs of family members with a relative in ICU. No studies have reported on relationships between these factors and/or the extent of influence of multiple fac...
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Background: Evidence-based practice (EBP) education is important to overcome barriers to evidence use in practice. Method: The authors conducted a cross-sectional study to evaluate the EBP knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) of RNs and midwives who had participated in an EBP workshop and compared their results with those of nonparticipants. R...
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Perioperative nurses recognise that family members experience increased levels of anxiety during the wait for a relative undergoing a surgical procedure. It is often during this time that little or no meaningful communication occurs between family members and health professionals. It has been suggested that a structured information intervention has...
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Review question/objective: The objective of the proposed review is to determine the best available qualitative evidence to guide healthcare workers when providing care and support for families of relatives in an adult intensive care unit (ICU). The specific objective is to explore the experiences and needs of families with a relative in an adult I...
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Review question/objective: The objective of this scoping review is to explore the information needs and information seeking behaviors of patients and families from healthcare providers in acute healthcare settings.More specifically the review questions are.
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Background: Attending to the needs of family members of critically ill patients is an important and necessary step in providing appropriate holistic care for both the patient and the family. Family interaction can significantly impact on the experience of critical illness, notwithstanding the challenge of meeting families' needs for many clinician...
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Background: Unexplained late gestation stillbirth is a significant health issue. Antenatal information about foetal movements has been demonstrated to reduce the stillbirth rate in women with decreased foetal movements. Midwives are ideally placed to provide this information to women. Aim: To investigate pregnant women's perceptions of informati...

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