titler

titler

(ˈtaɪtələ)
n
someone who writes titles
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A qualitative study conducted by Shever, Titler, Mackin, and Kueny (2011) on fall prevention practices in adult medical-surgical inpatient care units of 51 U.
In the acute hospital setting, multiple audits conducted have shown that pain management for the older patient is inadequate (Mehta et al 2010; Niruban et al 2010; Herr and Titler 2009; McLeish et al 2009; Eid and Bucknall 2008; Hwang et al 2006).
One very popular alternative is the NewBlue Titler Live Broadcast product ($1,499).
He also sings the titler track and is joined by Tudur Morgan and his brother on two other songs.
Numerous research literature publications identify successful use of the IMRP in promoting EBP in both academic and clinical settings (Bergstrom, 2011; Brown, 2014; Chan, Lee, Poh, Ng, & Prabhakaran, 2011; Kowal, 2010; Levin, 2013; Titler, 2010).
Iowa Modeli, Iowa Universite Hastanesi'nde Titler ve arkadaslari tarafindan 1994 yilinda gelistirilmistir.
Sobre la ambiguedad interpretativa de "Apocalipsis", lectura historica y estetica, ver Titler (1987).
TESCO DID OFFER MS TITLER A PS20 VOUCHER AS A GESTURE OF GOODWILL BUT THE MUM SAYS SHE WON'T BE USING IT AS SHE WON'T SHOP IN THE STORE AGAIN.
Titler (2008, p 1-113) defines evidence-based practice as "the conscientious and judicious use of current best evidence in conjunction with clinical expertise and patient values to guide health care decisions.
However, nurses still have to assess each individual patient, identify their fall risks, and design nursing interventions to meet his or her specific needs (Shever, Titler, Mackin & Kueny, 2011).
Additionally, a JC facilitates knowledge transfer by bridging the gap between the researcher and the reader (Adams & Titler, 2010).