Affiliation: University of Ottawa
- Theory inspired practice for end-of-life cancer care: an exploration of the McGill Model of NursingDavid Kenneth Wright
Nursing Palliative Care Research and Education Unit, University of Ottawa School of Nursing, 451 Smyth, Ottawa, ON K1H 8M5
Can Oncol Nurs J 22:175-89. 2012..By comparing the value base of our practice against extant nursing theory, we may discover new opportunities for teaching and learning about what it means to be an end-of-life care nurse...
- A Relational Ethical Approach to End-of-Life DeliriumDavid Kenneth Wright
Department of Biomedical Ethics, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Department of Palliative Care, Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Electronic address
J Pain Symptom Manage 48:191-8. 2014..By approaching end-of-life delirium from a perspective of relational ethics, attention is focused on the implications for the therapeutic relationship with patients and families when delirium becomes part of the dying trajectory. ..
- Let's talk about sex: promoting staff dialogue on a mental health nursing unitDavid Wright
School of Nursing, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
J Nurses Staff Dev 26:250-5. 2010..The intervention, which in this case focused on client sexuality, serves as a potential model for staff development specialists seeking to develop care in important areas of nursing practice...
- Relational and embodied knowing: nursing ethics within the interprofessional teamDavid Wright
University of Ottawa School of Nursing, 451 Smyth Road, Ottawa, ON K1H 8M5, Canada
Nurs Ethics 18:20-30. 2011..Through the integration of these forms of knowledge, nurses develop a unique moral perspective and can make a meaningful contribution to the realm of ethics in interprofessional care...
- Relational dimensions of a positive integration experience for new mental health nursesDavid Wright
McGill University School of Nursing in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Arch Psychiatr Nurs 25:164-73. 2011..At the same time, quality relational connections between and among team members sustain such motivation. Conversely, a negative relational atmosphere sets the stage for new nurses to experience disillusionment and despair...
- New nurses' experience of their role within interprofessional health care teams in mental healthLindsay Schwartz
Segal Cancer Centre, Sir Mortimer B Davis Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Arch Psychiatr Nurs 25:153-63. 2011..Recommendations for creating healthy work environments that promote interprofessional collaboration and facilitate new nurses' transition into interprofessional health care teams are presented...
- Creating a healthy workplace for new-generation nursesMelanie Lavoie-Tremblay
School of Nursing, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
J Nurs Scholarsh 40:290-7. 2008..To examine dimensions of the psychosocial work environment that influence the psychological health of new-generation nurses...
- Toward better care of delirious patients at the end of life: a pilot study of an interprofessional educational interventionSusan Brajtman
School of Nursing, University of Ottawa, 451 Smyth Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1H8M5
J Interprof Care 26:422-5. 2012..The module does not appear responsible for the changes. Future studies are required to evaluate the effectiveness of the individual components used in this study, and to tailor the intervention to individual care contexts...
- Developing guidelines on the assessment and treatment of delirium in older adults at the end of lifeSusan Brajtman
School of Nursing, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON
Can Geriatr J 14:40-50. 2011..Our objective was to develop CPG for the assessment and treatment of delirium that would be applicable to seniors receiving end-of-life care in diverse settings...