titler

titler

(ˈtaɪtələ)
n
someone who writes titles
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In addition to letting patients specify their preferences regarding medical or healthcare interventions, healthcare providers should provide appropriate information on potential pros and cons of the interventions (Moore, Titler, Low, Dalton, & Sampselle, 2015).
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The preponderance of current studies focused on patient perspectives of call light technology (Galinato, Montie, Patak, & Titler, 2015), barriers and facilitators to intentional rounding (Flowers et al., 2016), and patient perceptions of call light use as more than a request for assistance (Montie et al., 2017); all these were out of the scope of this study.
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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).
Dockham, B., Schafenacker, A., Yoon, H., Ronis, D., Kershaw, T., Titler, M., & Northouse, L, (2016).
Titler, "Acute pain management protocol," Journal of Gerontological Nursing, vol.
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