Subject Areas on Research
- An urgent need to understand and address the safety and well-being of hospital "sitters".
- Beyond the First Wave: Consequences of COVID-19 on High-Risk Infants and Families.
- Dementia in relation to family caregiver involvement and burden in long-term care.
- Fathers' Visitation of Very Low Birth Weight Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit during the First Week of Life.
- Follow-up visits by provider specialty for patients with major depressive disorder initiating antidepressant treatment.
- Hospital visitors as controls.
- Hospital workers bypass traditional occupational injury reporting systems when reporting patient and visitor perpetrated (type II) violence.
- Managing Visitors During the Hospital Stay: The Experience of Family Caregivers of Patients With Traumatic Brain Injury.
- Nursing homes.
- Opening the doors: family presence during resuscitation.
- Perpetrator, worker and workplace characteristics associated with patient and visitor perpetrated violence (Type II) on hospital workers: a review of the literature and existing occupational injury data.
- Physician attire in the intensive care unit in Japan influences visitors' perception of care.
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