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The Immune System
Risking Infection
Sternal Wound Infections
Results of the Consensus Conference on Fostering More Humane Critical Care
Participants' Abstracts THE PATIENT'S PERSPECTIVE
FOSTERING COMFORTING TOUCH IN CARING FOR CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
COMMUNICATION
FACILITATING WEANING IN THE VENTILATOR DEPENDENT PATIENT
THE FAMILY AS FACILITATOR OF HOPE DURING A CRITICAL ILLNESS
WEEKLY INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCES FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE CRITICAL CARE TEAM
WHAT DOES A “DNR” ORDER REALLY MEAN—A CHECKLIST TO CLARIFY WHAT SHOULD AND SHOULD NOT BE DONE
A “BACK TO BASICS” APPROACH
ESTABLISHING SENSITVITY TOWARD PATIENT AND FAMILY
DESIGNING A FAMILY-FOCUSED CRITICAL CARE UNIT
CULTIVATING A HUMANE CAREGIVER
BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN PATIENTS, THEIR FAMILIES AND MEMBERS OF THE CRITICAL CARE TEAM
INFLUENCE OF FULL SPECTRUM LIGHTING ON THE PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY OF PATIENTS IN THE CRITICAL CARE UNIT
IDEAS FOR EXPLORATION
STRATEGIES FOR PROMOTING HUMANE CARE IN NOVICE CRITICAL CARE NURSES
CARING
THE SIBLINGS OF CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN
MULTIDISCIPLINARY CARE PLAN FOR THE DYING PATIENT
ROLE PLAYING IN CRITICAL CARE
DIMINISHING PHYSICIAN RESPONSIBILITY—A PERVERSE EFFECT OF PATIENT AUTONOMY
FAMILY-CENTERED CARE
PROVIDING CRITICAL CARE TO PATIENTS WHO REMAIN ON AN INPATIENT UNIT
FOSTERING HUMANISM AMONG THIRD- AND FOURTH-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS
ROLE MODELING BY A CRITICAL CARE SPECIALIST AS A TECHNIQUE FOR NURTURING A HUMANISTIC APPROACH AMONG THIRD- AND FOURTH-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS
COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE
A BEREAVEMENT FOLLOW UP PROGRAM FOR FAMILIES WHO LOSE A CHILD
INCORPORATING THE ROLE OF PATIENT ADVOCATE IN THE CRITICAL CARE UNIT
FOSTERING A SENSE OF COMMITMENT AND CARING IN THE CRITICAL CARE ENVIRONMENT
A MODEL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTEGRATED ETHICS AND HUMAN VALUES CURRICULA AS AN ADJUNCT FOR FOSTERING HUMANE CARING AMONG CAREGIVERS
A UNIQUE INDIVIDUALIZED GRADUATE PROGRAM IN CRITICAL CARE ETHICS AND HUMAN VALUES IN MEDICINE
A SPECIAL CARE UNIT FOR THE CHRONICALLY CRITICALLY ILL
HUMANE CARE AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE PEDIATRIC ICU–CLARIFYING THE LIMITS OF THE PATIENT'S OR FAMILY'S ROLE IN TREATMENT DECISIONS
DESIGNING FOR PRIVACY IN THE ICU
CREATING A PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT THAT EMPOWERS NURSES TO CARRY OUT PROFESSIONAL CARING AND HEALING SERVICES
RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF PERSONALITIES IN THE ICU
AN ADULT BEREAVEMENT FOLLOW-UP PROGRAM
BRINGING OUT THE BEST IN PATIENTS AND FAMILIES
A PROFESSIONAL NURSE CARING AS PERCEIVED BY CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
The Dying Patient in the Intensive Care Unit
Do Critical Care Nurses Face Burnout, PTSD, or Is It Something Else?
High-Dose Steroid Therapy Offers Improvement in Spinal Cord Injuries
Phrenic Nerve Pacing—An Alternative to Positive Pressure Ventilation
AACN Clinical Issues in CRITICAL CARE NURSING Volume4, ssNumber 3 August 1993