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NURSING/ALICE LEE CTR FOR NURSING STUD


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19-Apr-2020WOUND ASSESSMENT AND DECISION-MAKING PROCESS OF NURSES ENCOUNTERING SUSPECTED INFECTED WOUNDS – A DESCRIPTIVE QUALITATIVE STUDYLIM JOO JIN, RUTH
2Dec-2015Why not nursing? Factors influencing career choice among healthcare students.Wu, L T; Low, M M J; Tan, Khoonkiat; López, Víctor; Liaw, Sok Ying 
3Aug-2010Why do women request caesarean section in a normal, healthy first pregnancy?Fenwick, J.; Staff, L.; Gamble, J.; Creedy, D.K. ; Bayes, S.
49-Apr-2020VOLUNTEERISM IN SINGAPORE: THE MOTIVATORS AND PREDICTORS TOWARDS LONG-TERM VOLUNTEERINGCHAN HO YIN, HORACE
5May-2015Vital signs monitoring to detect patient deterioration: An integrative literature reviewMok, Wen Qi; Wang, Wenru ; Liaw, Siok Ying 
69-Apr-2020UTILISATION AND SATISFACTION WITH EXTERNAL BREAST PROSTHESIS AND ITS IMPACT ON BODY IMAGE AMONG POST-MASTECTOMY WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER IN SINGAPORE: A PILOT STUDY.MUMTHAJ BEGAM
71-May-2015Using simulation learning through academic-practice partnership to promote transition to clinical practice: a qualitative evaluationLiaw, Sok Ying ; Palham, Sabrina ; Chan, Wai Chi Sally; Wong, Lai Fun ; Lim, Fui Ping 
82015Using simulation learning through academic-practice partnership to promote transition to clinical practice: A qualitative evaluationLiaw, S.Y. ; Palham, S. ; Chan, S.W.-C.; Wong, L.F. ; Lim, F.P. 
921-Jun-2018USING BRADEN SUBSCALES TO ASSESS PRESSURE INJURY RISK IN SINGAPORE ADULT PATIENTS: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDYLIM ELLENE
10Sep-2013Unfractionated heparin versus low-molecular-weight heparin for avoiding heparin-induced thrombocytopenia in postoperative patientsAng, E. 
1125-May-2019UNDERSTANDING NURSES’ PERCEPTIONS TOWARDS ADVANCED CARE PLANNING: A DESCRIPTIVE QUALITATIVE STUDYNUR NADHIRAH BTE KHAIRUDDIN
1225-May-2019UNDERSTANDING FACTORS AFFECTING MEDICATION-TAKING BEHAVIOUR AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS: A QUALITATIVE STUDYTAN QIU ER, CLARICE
139-Apr-2020UNDERSTANDING CAREGIVERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THEIR SUPPORTIVE NEEDS WHEN CARING FOR CHRONICALLY-ILL PATIENTS THROUGHOUT HOSPITALIZATION : A DESCRIPTIVE QUALITATIVE STUDYBERNARD GOH BOON LENG
1425-May-2019UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF EMPATHY TOWARDS PATIENTS : A QUALITATIVE STUDYCHAN QING XIA, MELISSA
1525-May-2019UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS’ PERCEIVED BARRIERS TO THE USE OF PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT: A DESCRIPTIVE EXPLORATORY STUDYMAVIS TAN WEITING
167-Aug-2012Traditional birthing practices in a multi-cultural society: effects on women's sense of well-being, support and breastfeeding self-efficacyELIANA BINTE NASER
172009Towards an ontological theory of wellness: A discussion of conceptual foundations and implications for nursingMackey, S. 
182007Towards an excellent health care system: Singapore nursing poised with 2020 visionArthur, D. 
191-Nov-2014The learning experiences of senior student nurses who take on the role of standardised patient: a focus group studyMackey, Sandra; Tan, Khoon Kiat; Ignacio, Jeanette J. ; Palham, Sabrina ; Rabiah Binte Mohamed Dawood ; Liaw, Sok Ying 
202015Thermographic mapping of the abdomen in healthy subjects and patients after enterostomaSiah Chew Jiat Rosalind ; Childs C.