Nursing, research, and the evidence
Closing the gap between nursing research and practice
Lidocaine-prilocaine cream was more effective than placebo for pain during circumcision
Sucrose and commercially available milk reduced crying in newborns during a blood collection procedure
A nurse led home management training programme reduced readmissions to the hospital in children with acute asthma
Injecting insulin through clothing was safe and convenient
Daily fish improved lipid profiles in patients with type II diabetes and moderate exercise prevented the deterioration in glycaemic control
Coronary care programme improved food habits but not physical activity or smoking status after acute myocardial infarction
Inpatient intervention with intensive contact after discharge improved smoking cessation rates
Protocol directed weaning reduced time spent on mechanical ventilation
Water based pillows reduced pain and improved sleep and disability in patients with cervical pain
Vaccination of health care workers working in geriatric long term care hospitals reduced patient mortality
Being preterm and small for gestational age had different effects on cognitive and motor development
Many perinatal factors increased the risk of developmental dysplasia of the hip
Induced abortion did not increase the risk of breast cancer
Postmenopausal hormone use was associated with decreased total mortality
Physical activity was associated with a reduced risk of death from all causes among postmenopausal women
Continuous smoking cessation was associated with weight gain
Giving up driving was associated with an increase in depressive symptoms among older adults
An acute care unit for elderly medical patients did not increase hospital costs
Becoming a mother was a difficult, multifactorial process
Parents experienced cycles of defining and managing adversity in caring for a child with a chronic progressive illness
A conceptual model described how adults responded to a simulated literacy assessment
Concerns and psychosocial reactions to cancer recurrence were different from those occurring at the initial diagnosis
Commonalities were found in meanings, situations, and life experiences of women who survived breast cancer
Becoming a long term survivor of AIDS involved 5 dimensions of adapting