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A conceptual framework for understanding decision-making processes of nursing assistants in providing dementia care.

Publication ,  Journal Article
Corazzini, K; McConnell, ES; Rapp, CG; Anderson, RA
Published in: Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly
2004

Our current understanding of how nursing assistants (NAs) provide unlicensed nursing care to the cognitively impaired suggests NAs make choices about how to provide care in ways that may be classified as either rational or intuitive.

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Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly

Publication Date

2004

Volume

5

Issue

3

Start / End Page

197 / 206
 

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Corazzini, K., McConnell, E. S., Rapp, C. G., & Anderson, R. A. (2004). A conceptual framework for understanding decision-making processes of nursing assistants in providing dementia care. Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly, 5(3), 197–206.
Corazzini, K., E. S. McConnell, C. G. Rapp, and R. A. Anderson. “A conceptual framework for understanding decision-making processes of nursing assistants in providing dementia care.Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly 5, no. 3 (2004): 197–206.
Corazzini K, McConnell ES, Rapp CG, Anderson RA. A conceptual framework for understanding decision-making processes of nursing assistants in providing dementia care. Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly. 2004;5(3):197–206.
Corazzini, K., et al. “A conceptual framework for understanding decision-making processes of nursing assistants in providing dementia care.Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly, vol. 5, no. 3, 2004, pp. 197–206.
Corazzini K, McConnell ES, Rapp CG, Anderson RA. A conceptual framework for understanding decision-making processes of nursing assistants in providing dementia care. Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly. 2004;5(3):197–206.

Published In

Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly

Publication Date

2004

Volume

5

Issue

3

Start / End Page

197 / 206