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School of Nursing Abstract Although not greatly researched, the paucity of available literature theorizes that Kennedy Terminal Ulcers KTUs are clinical indications of skin failure. Through a review of the literature, the topics of: Included in this literature review are anecdotal articles written by experienced healthcare professionals working in the hospice and palliative care fields.
Case studies which focus on the development and treatment of KTUs incurred by end-of-life patients receiving hospice or palliative care services are also presented. The available literature corroborates that there are five characteristic wound criteria that serve to identify and diagnose KTUs.
Though clinical professionals have different approaches on how to treat KTUs, the current literature concurs that nursing interventions should include: Limitations encountered by the clinicians studying the development and treatment of KTUs include ethical dilemmas i.
Further research is needed to raise awareness of the existence of KTUs and how they are indicative of skin failure, for they must be identified, diagnosed, and treated accordingly so nurses are able to better advocate for the patient and ensure quality comfort care is provided as the patient approaches end of life.
Identification, Diagnosis, Nursing Goals, and Interventions" Critical Review of Literature on Cultural Diversity in the Work Place and Organizational Performance: A Research Agenda.
Journal of Human Resource Management. A systematic literature search identified 15 studies that examined the effects of such an intervention in organizational contexts.
Subsequent analyses of those studies revealed that positive psychology interventions seem to be a promising tool for enhancing employee well-being and performance. This review paper focuses on the definition and measurement of organizational culture and sheds the light on the important studies on the topic.
It also sheds the light on the culture-performance literature. As a result, the NIH/IRLSSG criteria were revised, and the updated version (Table 1) included an additional fifth criterion stressing upon differential diagnosis, thereby lowering the false positives and improving specificity.
The diagnosis of RLS rests on the subjective description of the patient's symptoms.
Abstract. Zika virus is a mosquitoborne flavivirus that is the focus of an ongoing pandemic and public health emergency. Previously limited to sporadic cases in Africa and Asia, the emergence of Zika virus in Brazil in heralded rapid spread throughout the Americas.
becoming also very important inside the organization. The study will review empirical research on organizational trust. The pur-pose of the study will be also evaluation of the advancements and Trust Management: Literature Review trust; Joanna Olga Paliszkiewicz.