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Bridging the gap: perceived educational needs in the inpatient to home care setting for the person with a new ostomy.

J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs 2014 Nov-Dec;41(6):566-72

Sherry Lynn Werth, MSN, RN, CWOCN, Clinical Nurse Specialist for Ostomy/Wound Service, Sparrow Hospital, Lansing, Michigan. Debra L. Schutte, PhD RN, Research Consultant, Sparrow Hospital and Associate Professor, Wayne State University, College of Nursing, Detroit, Michigan. Manfred Stommel, PhD, Professor, Michigan State University, College of Nursing, East Lansing.

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate what specific ostomy self-care educational content is considered the most useful by the new ostomy patient after discharge.

Design: A cross-sectional, correlational design was used to address study aims.

Subjects And Setting: The sample comprised 33 men and 27 women with a mean age of 55. Read More

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June 2016
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Urinary health in eldercare environments: an update from the NAFC.

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N Muller

Ostomy Wound Manage 2001 Dec;47(12):6, 8-9

The National Association For Continence elected to cancel its 2001 conference scheduled for October 2001 in Washington, DC in light of national events. Executive Director Nancy Muller has provided Ostomy/Wound Management with a synopsis of key issues, important considerations, and the syllabus. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve as a forum for this worthy organization. Read More

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December 2001
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Ostomy/wound management. The 1997 Buyer's Guide.

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Ostomy Wound Manage 1997 Jul;43(6):9-143

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Commentaries on venous leg ulcers diagnostic and treatment draft guideline.

Adv Wound Care 1996 Jul-Aug;9(4):18-26

Department of Nursing and Vascular Surgery, Harper Hospital, USA.

A guideline on venous leg ulcer diagnosis and treatment was developed by a research team from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pa., in collaboration with an inter-disciplinary panel of wound care clinicians. Working from a consensus statement based on a literature review, the authors developed preliminary algorithms, which were reviewed by a national advisory panel. Read More

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Ostomy/Wound Management buyer's guide.

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Ostomy Wound Manage 1996 Jul;42(6):25-7, 30-3, 38-40 passim

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July 1996
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