Testing a holistic conceptual framework for early childhood teacher well-being

Kwon KA, Ford TG, Jeon L, Malek-Lasater A, Ellis N, Randall K, Kile M, Salvatore AL J Sch Psychol 2021 06;86():178-197 PMID: 34051913 Abstract Using a holistic conceptualization of teacher well-being in concert with the Job Demands and Resources (JD-R) framework, our interdisciplinary study examined associations among various job demands and resources and whole teacher

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Family Child Care Providers’ Nutrition Practices and Policies: Happy Healthy Homes

Patel SM, Sisson SB, Stephens HA, Williams BD, Hoffman LA, Salvatore AL J Nutr Educ Behav 2021 Dec;53(12):1066-1071 PMID: 34635431 Abstract OBJECTIVE: Determine the impact of family child care home providers’ nutrition knowledge, confidence, and perceived barriers on program nutrition best practices and written nutrition policies. METHODS: Cross-sectional analysis of self-reported surveys of 49 female

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Environmental Health-Related Policies and Practices of Oklahoma Licensed Early Care and Education Programs: Implications for Childhood Asthma

Querdibitty CD, Williams B, Wetherill MS, Sisson SB, Campbell J, Gowin M, Stephens L, Salvatore AL Int J Environ Res Public Health 2021 08;18(16): PMID: 34444242 Abstract Little is known about the environmental health-related policies and practices of early care and education (ECE) programs that contribute to childhood asthma, particularly in Oklahoma where child asthma

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Uncovering the Value of a Historical Paper-Based Collaborative Artifact: The Nursing Unit’s Kardex System

Mount-Campbell AF, Evans KD, Woods DD, Chipps E, Moffatt-Bruce SD, Patel K, Patterson ES Front Digit Health 2020 ;2():12 PMID: 34713025 Abstract We identify useful functions and usability characteristics of a historical cognitive artifact used by nurses working in a hospital unit, the Kardex. By identifying aspects of a widely used artifact, we uncover opportunities

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Predictors and Outcomes of Patient Knowledge of Plan of Care in Hospital Medicine: A Quality Improvement Study

Bhamidipati VS, Hicks LS, Caplan R, Ingraham B, Rn PM, Robinson EJ Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf 2021 03;47(3):176-184 PMID: 33454235 Abstract BACKGROUND”>Patient understanding of plan of care is associated with positive outcomes in ambulatory settings. In hospital medicine settings, patient-physician agreement on plan of care (concordance) has been limited and difficult to improve.

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Evaluation of N95 respirator ultraviolet decontamination and clinical reuse with quantitative fit testing

Wanner GK, Ader D, Caplan R, Padaki AS, Ravert D, Drees M Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2021 May;():1-3 PMID: 33934738 Abstract The supply of N95 respirators has been severely strained by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. We used quantitative fit-testing to evaluate 16 participants and 45 respirators through up to 4 rounds of ultraviolet

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The Effects of Virtual Reality on Anxiety and Self-Efficacy Among Patients With Cancer: A Pilot Study

Birkhoff SD, Waddington C, Williams J, Verucci L, Dominelli M, Caplan R Oncol Nurs Forum 2021 07;48(4):431-439 PMID: 34142994 Abstract OBJECTIVES”>To examine the impact of a nurse-led intervention on anxiety levels and perceived self-efficacy to cope in patients receiving first-time chemotherapy using a customized prechemotherapy educational virtual reality (VR) video.</Abstr: To examine the impact of

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