Angie Lim NURS 622 November 26, 2012. Refining My Focus and Exploring Methodologies. Back to the Literature. How can nurses facilitate patient’s transitions from intensive care? Häggström, M., Asplund, K., & Kristiansen, L. (2012). Intensive and Critical Care Nursing , 28 (4), 224–233 .
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November 26, 2012
Häggström, M., Asplund, K., & Kristiansen, L. (2012). Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 28(4), 224–233.
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Hi Angie, intensive care?
I wonder if you have looked at Delphi methodologies to gather information from nurses? We used a Delphi to understand next steps in transition to adult care. But a Delphi might not gain you the detail you want. It depends on how much you want to know from nurses and how much you want to know from adolescents. - Best, Sheila
Healthcare transitions for adolescents with chronic life-threatening conditions using a Delphi method to identify research priorities for clinicians and academics in Canada