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PREFACE
Family-centered Critical Care: An Interview with Nancy C. Molter MS, RN, CCRN
Family Perception: A Key to Intervention
Comprehensive Assessment of Families of the Critically Ill
Family Theoretical Perspectives and Implications for Nursing Practice
Overview of Family Needs after Critical Illness: From Assessment to Intervention
Overview of Family Needs after Critical Illness: From Assessment to Intervention
The Family as a Source of Support for the Critically Ill Adult
Incorporating CARE into Caring for Families in Crisis
Decisions Made by Family Members of Patients with Severe Head Injury
Families: A Link or a Liability?
A Family-centered Critical Care Unit
A Family-centered Critical Care Unit
Strengthening Nurse-family Relationships in Critical Care
Parent Stress Associated with Pediatric Critical Care Nursing: Linking Research and Practice
Different Perspectives: The Effect of Heart Disease on Patients and Spouses
Promoting Family-centered Visitation Makes a Difference
“Take Heart . . .”—Developing Support Sessions for Families of Acutely Ill Cardiac Patients
Developing and Maintaining Hope in Families of the Critically Ill
Clinical Application of Family Research: A Unit-based Approach
Linking Critical Care Family Research to Quality Assurance
Emergent Admission to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit: Parental Concerns
Family Needs and Coping Strategies during Illness Crisis
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Environment: Sources of Stress for Parents
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