Professor Esther Chang

Professor Esther Chang

PROFESSOR,
School of Nursing and Midwifery

Biography

Esther Chang is Professor of Nursing within the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Western Sydney University. She has worked in academia since 1986 with three tertiary institutions. She has been a Head of School, Dean of the Faculty of Health, Acting Pro-Vice Chancellor Academic at the University of Western Sydney Hawkesbury. She has also had the opportunity of being the Director of International and Business, Director of Research and Director of Higher Degree Research programs.   She has been actively involved as President with the Lifestyle Medicine Institute Australia for several years and received an Award for a shared vision, loyalty, integrity and sacrifice. She has extensive experience in managing research projects and supervising research postgraduate students in aged and palliative care. Her commitment to aged care practice commenced in 1987. Since then, Professor Chang has received many large grants investigating nursing and health needs of aged persons, and has developed models of care for acutely ill elderly patients and clients with end-stage dementia. She is involved in cultural aspects of cardiovascular care research, especially with older people. She has a 25-plus year record of funded research and publications in priorities for clinical practice, education, long term disability, aged care and palliation; and has directed and co-directed a Centre for Research in Healthy Futures which received a local council award and a National Heart Foundation award. Professor Chang’s international links have generated collaborative research into aged care across several countries and with local Area Health Services.   

This information has been contributed by Professor Chang.

Qualifications

  • PhD University of New South Wales
  • MEdAdmin University of New South Wales
  • BAppSc(Adv.Nur) Cumberland College of Health Sciences
  • AssocDipNursEd Cumberland College of Health Sciences

Interests

  • Aged Care focus on Dementia and Palliation
  • Coronary Health Improvement
  • Graduate Workforce Issues
  • Graduates Transition
  • Models of Care
  • Nursing Leadership
  • Occupation Health and Safety Issues
  • Research Methodology
  • Role Stress
  • Successful Nursing Graduates

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • School of Nursing and Midwifery

Contact

Email: E.Chang@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone: (02) 9685 9046
Mobile: 0414409111
Location: EB.LG.30
Parramatta
Website:

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Publications

Books

  • Chang, E., Daly, J., Harrison, K., Noel, M., Johnson, A., Easterbrook, S., Redshaw, S. and Bidewell, J. (2009), 'Bereavement Care in the Community: Pilot Study Report', : College of Nursing & Midwifery, UWS 930203.
  • Chang, E., Daly, J. and Elliott, D. (2005), 'Pathophysiology applied to nursing practice', : Mosby Elsevier 0729537439.

Chapters in Books

  • Chang, E. and Johnson, A. (2013), 'Journeys with dementia', Living with Dementia: a Practical Guide for Families and Personal Carers, Australian Council for Educational Research 9781742860442.
  • Chang, E. and Johnson, A. (2012), 'Challenges in advanced dementia ', Contemporary and Innovative Practice in Palliative Care, InTech 9789533079868.
  • Chang, E., Hancock, K. and Smith, A. (2005), 'Health and illness', Pathophysiology applied to nursing practice, Mosby Elsevier 0729537439.
  • Anders, R., Daly, J., Thompson, D., Elliott, D. and Chang, E. (2005), 'Research in nursing', Professional Nursing: Concepts, issues and challenges, Springer Verlag 0826125549.
  • Daly, J., Elliott, D. and Chang, E. (2005), 'Research in nursing: Concepts and processes', Contexts of Nursing 2nd Edition, Elsevier Ltd 0729537463.
  • Jackson, D., Daly, J. and Chang, E. (2003), 'Approaches in Qualitative methods', Nursing Research Methods, Critical, Critical Appraisal and Utilisation, 2nd Edition., Mosby Elsevier 0729536653.
  • Thompson, D., Daly, J., Elliot, D. and Chang, E. (2002), 'Research in Nursing: Concepts and Processes', Contexts of Nursing, Blackwell Publishers 0864331487.

Journal Articles

  • Smith, C., Chang, E., Brownhill, S. and Barr, K. (2016), 'Complementary medicine health literacy among a population of older Australians living in retirement villages : a mixed methods study', Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol 2016 .
  • Cooper, K. and Chang, E. (2016), 'Undergraduate nurse students' perspectives of spiritual care education in an Australian context', Nurse Education Today, vol 44 , pp 74 - 78.
  • Chang, E., Brownhill, S., Bidewell, J., Johnson, A. and Ratnayake, S. (2015), 'Focus on feeding! : evaluation of a framework for maximizing mealtime in aged care facilities', International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 21, no 3 , pp 269 - 277.
  • Karacsony, S., Chang, E., Johnson, A., Good, A. and Edenborough, M. (2015), 'Measuring nursing assistants' knowledge, skills and attitudes in a palliative approach : a literature review', Nurse Education Today, vol 35, no 12 , pp 1232 - 1239.
  • Mansah, M., Griffiths, R., Fernandez, R., Chang, E. and Tran, D. (2014), 'Older folks in hospitals : the contributing factors and recommendations for incident prevention', Journal of Patient Safety, vol 10, no 3 , pp 146 - 153.
  • Kent, L., Morton, D., Rankin, P., Mitchell, B., Chang, E. and Diehl, H. (2014), 'Gender differences in effectiveness of the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) lifestyle intervention : an Australasian study', Health Promotion Journal of Australia, vol 25, no 3 , pp 222 - 229.
  • McKeon, C., Smith, C., Hardy, J. and Chang, E. (2013), 'Acupuncture and acupressure for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting : a systematic review', Australian Journal of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, vol 8, no 1 , pp 2 - 27.
  • Nicholls, D., Chang, E., Johnson, A. and Edenborough, M. (2013), 'Touch, the essence of caring for people with end-stage dementia : a mental health perspective in Namaste Care', Aging and Mental Health, vol 17, no 5 , pp 571 - 578.
  • Brownhill, S., Chang, E., Bidewell, J. and Johnson, A. (2013), 'A decision model for community nurses providing bereavement care', British Journal of Community Nursing, vol 18, no 3 , pp 133 - 139.
  • Redshaw, S., Harrison, K., Johnson, A. and Chang, E. (2013), 'Community nurses' perceptions of providing bereavement care', International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 19, no 3 , pp 344 - 350.
  • Morton, D., Rankin, P., Morey, P., Kent, L., Hurlow, T., Chang, E. and Diehl, H. (2013), 'The effectiveness of the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) in Australasia for reducing selected chronic disease risk factors : a feasibility study', New Zealand Medical Journal, vol 126, no 1370 , pp 43 - 53.
  • Cooper, K., Chang, E., Sheehan, A. and Johnson, A. (2013), 'The impact of spiritual care education upon preparing undergraduate nursing students to provide spiritual care', Nurse Education Today, vol 33, no 9 , pp 1057 - 1061.
  • Teo, S., Pick, D., Newton, C., Yeung, M. and Chang, E. (2013), 'Organisational change stressors and nursing job satisfaction : the mediating effect of coping strategies', Journal of Nursing Management, vol 21, no 6 , pp 878 - 887.
  • Rankin, P., Morton, D., Diehl, H., Gobble, J., Morey, P. and Chang, E. (2012), 'Effectiveness of a volunteer-delivered lifestyle modification program for reducing cardiovascular disease risk factors', American Journal of Cardiology, vol 109, no 1 , pp 82 - 86.
  • Chang, E., Bidewell, J., Hancock, K., Johnson, A. and Easterbrook, S. (2012), 'Community palliative care nurse experiences and perceptions of follow-up bereavement support visits to carers', International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 18, no 4 , pp 332 - 339.
  • Teo, S., Yeung, M. and Chang, E. (2012), 'Administrative stressors and nursing job outcomes in Australian public and non-profit health care organisations', Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol 21 , pp 1443 - 1452.
  • Chang, E., Bidewell, J., Brownhill, S., Farnsworth, J., Ward, J. and Diehl, H. (2012), 'Participant perceptions of a community-based lifestyle intervention : the CHIP', Health Promotion Journal of Australia, vol 23, no 3 , pp 177 - 182.
  • Watson, K., Chang, E. and Johnson, A. (2012), 'The efficacy of complementary therapies for agitation among older people in residential care facilities : a systematic review', JBI Library of Systematic Reviews, vol 10, no 53 , pp 3414 - 3486.
  • Bidewell, J. and Chang, E. (2011), 'Managing dementia agitation in residential aged care', Dementia, vol 10, no 3 , pp 299 - 315.
  • Hickman, L., Davidson, P., Chang, E. and Chenoweth, L. (2011), 'INHospital study: Do older people, carers and older people, carers and nurses share the same priorities of care in the acute aged care setting?', International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, vol 5, no 1 .
  • Scott, G., Chang, E. and Grebennikov, L. (2010), 'Using successful graduates to improve the quality of undergraduate nursing programs', Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability, vol 1, no 1 , pp 26 - 44.
  • Chang, E., Easterbrook, S., Hancock, K., Johnson, A. and Davidson, P. (2010), 'Evaluation of an information booklet for caregivers of people with dementia : an Australian perspective', Nursing and Health Sciences, vol 12, no 1 , pp 45 - 51.
  • Chang, E., Daly, J., Johnson, A., Harrison, K., Easterbrook, S., Bidewell, J., Heather, S., Nichael, N. and Hancock, K. (2009), 'Challenges for professional care of advanced dementia', International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 15, no 1 , pp 41 - 47.
  • Chang, E., Easterbrook, S., Hancock, K., Johnson, A. and Davidson, P. (2009), 'Evaluation of an information booklet for caregivers of people with dementia: An Australian perspective', Nursing & Health Sciences, vol 12, no 1 , pp 45 - 51.
  • Johnson, A., Chang, E., Daly, J., Harrison, K., Noel, M., Hancock, K. and Easterbrook, S. (2009), 'The communication challenges faced in adopting a palliative care approach in advanced dementia', International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 15, no 5 , pp 467 - 474.
  • Johnson, A., Chang, E. and O'Brien, L. (2009), 'Nursing the dying: A descriptive survey of Australian undergraduate nursing curricula', International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 15, no 5 , pp 417 - 425.
  • Blythe, S., Chang, E., Johnson, A. and Griffiths, R. (2009), 'The efficacy of nurse implemented non-pharmacological strategies for the symptom management of agitation in persons with advanced dementia living in residential aged care facilities', JBI Library of Systematic Reviews, vol 7, no 22 , pp 975 - 1003.
  • Davidson, P., Digiacomo, M., Zecchin, R., Hancock, K., Chang, E., Daly, J. and + Externals, . (2008), 'A cardiac rehabilitation program to improve psychosocial outcomes of women with heart disease', Journal of Women's Health, vol 17, no 1 , pp 123 - 134.
  • Glasson, J., Chang, E. and Bidewell, J. (2008), 'The value of participatory action research in clinical nursing practice', International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 14, no 1 , pp 34 - 39.
  • Huntingdon, A., Bidewell, J., Gilmour, J., Chang, E., Daly, J., Wilson, H., Lambert, V. and Lambert, C. (2008), 'The relationship between workplace stress, coping strategies and health status in New Zealand nurses', The Journal of Occupational Health and Safety: Australia and New Zealand, vol 24, no 2 , pp 131 - 141.
  • Hickman, L., Newton, P., Halcomb, E., Chang, E. and Davidson, P. (2007), 'Best practice interventions to improve the management of older people in acute care settings: a literature review', Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol 60, no 2 , pp 113 - 126.
  • Chang, E., Hancock, K., Hickman, L., Glasson, J. and Davidson, P. (2007), 'Outcomes of acutely ill older hospitalized patients following implementation of tailored models of care: A repeated measures (pre- and post-intervention) design', International Journal of Nursing Studies, vol 44, no 7 , pp 1079 - 1092.
  • Chang, E., Bidewell, J., Huntington, A., Daly, J., Johnson, A., Wilson, H., Lambert, V. and Lambert, C. (2007), 'A survey of role stress, coping and health in Australian and New Zealand hospital nurses', International Journal of Nursing Studies, vol 44, no 8 , pp 1354 - 1362.
  • Blythe, S., Chang, E., Johnson, A. and Griffiths, R. (2007), 'The efficacy of nurse implemented non-pharmacological strategies for the symptom management of agitation in persons with advanced dementia living in residential aged care facilties', The Joanna Briggs Institute JBI Review Protocols, .
  • Mansah, M., Fernandez, R., Griffiths, R. and Chang, E. (2007), 'Effectiveness of strategies to promote safe transition of elderly people across care settings', The Joanna Briggs Institute JBI Review Protocols, .
  • Chang, E., Daly, J., Hancock, K., Bidewell, J., Johnson, A., Lambert, V. and Lambert, C. (2006), 'The Relationships among workplace stressors, coping methods, demographic characteristics, and health in Australian nurses', Journal of Professional Nursing, vol 22, no 1 , pp 30 - 38.
  • Daly, J., Chang, E. and Jackson, D. (2006), 'Quality of work life in nursing: Some issues and challenges', Collegian, vol 13, no 4 , pp 2 - 2.
  • Hancock, K., Chang, E., Johnson, A., Daly, J., Davidson, P. and + 4 Others, . (2006), 'Palliative care for people with advanced dementia. The need for a collaborative, evidence based approach.', Alzheimers Care Quarterly, vol 7, no 1 , pp 49 - 57.
  • Glasson, J., Chang, E., Chenoweth, L., Hancock, K., Hall, T. and Hill-Murray, F. (2006), 'Evaluation of a model of nursing care for older patients using participatory action research in an acute care medical ward', Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol 15, no 5 , pp 588 - 598.
  • Ketefian, S., Davidson, P., Daly, J., Chang, E. and Srisuphan, W. (2005), 'Issues and challenges in international doctrate education in nursing', Nursing and Health Sciences, vol 7, no 3 , pp 150 - 156.
  • Hancock, K., Davidson, P., Daly, J., Webber, D. and Chang, E. (2005), 'An exploration of the utility of motivational interviewing in facilittating secondary preventiopn gains in cardiac rehabilitation.', Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, vol 25, no 4 , pp 200 - 206.
  • Crout, L., Chang, E. and Cioffi, J. (2005), 'Why do registered nurses work when ill', Journal of Nursing Administration, vol 35 , pp 23 - 28.
  • Chang, E., Hancock, K., Johnson, A., Daly, J. and Jackson, D. (2005), 'Role stress in nurses: A review of related factors and strategies for moving forward', Nursing and Health Sciences, vol 7, no 1 , pp 57 - 65.
  • Crombie, K., Hancock, K., Chang, E., Vardanega, L., Wonghongkul, T., Chanakok, A. and Mahawan, S. (2005), 'Breast screening education at Australian and Thai worksites: A comparison of program effectiveness.', Contemporary Nurse, vol 19, no 40575 , pp 181 - 196.
  • Chang, E., Hancock, K., Davidson, P., Daly, J., Johnson, A., Easterbrook, S., Noel, M. and + 2 Externals, . (2005), 'Palliative care for end stage dementia: A discussion of the implications for education of health professionals', Nurse Education Today, vol 25 , pp 326 - 332.
  • Binhosen, V., Panuthai, S., Srisuphun, W., Chang, E., Sucamvang, K. and Cioffi, J. (2004), 'Physical activity and health related quality of life among the urban Thai elderly', Thai Journal of Nursing research, vol 7, no 4 , pp 231 - 243.
  • Chang, E., Carey, K., Anders, C. and Hatcher, D. (2003), 'A study of clinical nursing research priorities in aged care: A Hong Kong perspective', Advances in Contemporary Nursing, vol 15, no 3 , pp 188 - 198.
  • Davidson, P., Hancock, K., Chang, E., Daly, J., Leung, D. and Ang, E. (2003), 'Traditional Chinese medicine and heart disease: What does western medicine know about it', European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, vol 2, no 3 , pp 171 - 181.
  • Chang, E., Chenoweth, L. and Hancock, K. (2003), 'Nursing needs of hospitalised older adults: Consumer and nurse perceptions', Journal of Gerontological Nursing, vol 29, no 9 , pp 32 - 41.
  • Chang, E. and Daly, J. (2003), 'Establishing innovative partnerships to advance development of aged care nursing', Geriaction, vol 21, no 2 , pp 25 - 30.
  • Chang, E., Hancock, K., Chenoweth, L., Jeon, J., Glasson, J. and Gradidge, K. (2003), 'The influence of demographic variables and ward type on elderly patients' perceptions of needs and satisfaction during acute hospitalisation', International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 9, no 3 , pp 191 - 201.
  • Chang, E. and Hancock, K. (2003), 'Role stress and role ambiguity in new nursing graduates in Australia', Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, vol 5, no 2 , pp 155 - 163.
  • Chang, E., Davidson, P., Daly, J., Hancock, K., Moser, D. and Rockburn, J. (2003), 'Perceptions and experiences of heart disease: A literature review and identification of a research agenda in older women', European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, vol 2, no 4 , pp 255 - 264.
  • Hancock, K., Chang, E., Chenoweth, L., Clarke, M., Carroll, A. and Jeon, Y. (2003), 'Nursing needs of acutely-ill elderly older people', Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol 44, no 5 , pp 507 - 516.
  • Hancock, K., Chang, E. and Chenoweth, L. (2003), 'Challenges in conducting research with acutely ill hospitalised elderly patients', Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, vol 5, no 4 , pp 253 - 260.
  • Chang, E., Daly, J., Bell, P. and Hancock, K. (2003), 'A continuing educational initiative to develop nurses' mental health knowledge and skills in rural and remote areas', Nurse Education Today, vol 22, no 7 , pp 542 - 551.
  • Davidson, P., Hancock, K., Daly, J., Cockburn, J., Moser, D. and Chang, E. (2003), 'A cardiac rehabilitation program to enhance the outcomes of older women with heart disease: Development of the Group Rehabilitation for Older Women (GROW) program', Journal of the Australasian Rehabilitiation Nurses Association, vol 6, no 4 , pp 8 - 15.
  • Daly, J., Sindone, A., Thompson, D., Hancock, K., Chang, E. and Davidson, P. (2002), 'Barriers to participation in and adherence to cardiac rehabilitation programs:A review of the literature', Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing, vol 4 , pp 8 - 17.
  • Chang, E., Daly, J., Bell, P., Brown, T., Allan, J. and Hancock, K. (2002), 'A continuing educational initiative to develop nurses' mental health knowledge and skills in rural and remote areas', Nurse Education Today, vol 22, no 7 , pp 542 - 551.
  • Daly, J., Davidson, P., Chang, E., Hancock, K., Rees, D. and Thompson, D. (2002), 'Cultural aspects of adjustment to coronary heart disease in Chinese-Australians:A review of the literature', Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol 39, no 4 , pp 391 - 399.
  • Chang, E., Dixon, K. and Hancock, K. (2001), 'Factors associated with risk taking behaviours in Western Sydney's Young People', Youth studies Australia, vol 20, no 4 , pp 20 - 25.

Conference Papers

  • Duong, C., Maeder, A. and Chang, E. (2011), 'ICT-based visual interventions addressing social isolation for the aged', Health Informatics: The Transformative Power of Innovation: Selected Papers from the 19th Australian National Health Informatics Conference (HIC 2011), .

Research

Current Projects

Title: An educational intervention to improve health literacy and decision making about supporting self-care and decision making among older Australians: a randomised controlled trial
Years: 2015-12-14 - 2016-12-15
ID: P00022939
Western Researchers: Caroline Smith and Esther Chang
Funding:
  • Illawarra Retirement Trust (IRT)

Previous Projects

Title: Improving the quality of nursing care and outcomes for elderly patients
Years: 2001-12-01 - 2002-11-30
ID: P0010734
Western Researchers: Esther Chang
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney
  • Wentworth Area Health Service
  • South Eastern Sydney and Illawarra Area Health Service
Title: Improving the quality of nursing and health outcomes for elderly patients during acute hospitalisations
Years: 2002-05-23 - 2004-12-31
ID: P0012712
Western Researchers: Esther Chang and Karen Hancock
Funding:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
  • South Eastern Sydney and Illawarra Area Health Service
  • Wentworth Area Health Service
Title: Palliative Care Dementia Interface: Enhancing Community Capacity
Years: 2003-04-07 - 2006-03-31
ID: P0011960
Western Researchers: Esther Chang, John Daly and Amanda Johnson
Funding:
  • Department of Health (non ACRG)
Title: Evaluation of a family information booklet for family carers of people with dementia
Years: 2006-03-17 - 2007-01-31
ID: P0014964
Western Researchers: Esther Chang, John Daly, Amanda Johnson and Patricia Davidson
Funding:
  • Department of Health (non ACRG)
Title: Assessing health literacy in a population of complementary medicine users
Years: 2013-12-09 - 2015-03-31
ID: P00021854
Western Researchers: Caroline Smith and Esther Chang
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney
Title: Decision-making frameworks in advanced dementia - links to improve care (Phase 1 & 2)
Years: 2006-04-18 - 2009-03-31
ID: P0015059
Western Researchers: Esther Chang, Amanda Johnson, John Daly and Patricia Davidson
Funding:
  • Department of Health (non ACRG)
Title: Bereavement Care in Community Nursing
Years: 2008-02-06 - 2009-07-31
ID: P0015875
Western Researchers: Esther Chang and John Daly
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney
  • Sydney West Area Health Service
Title: Choices, Attitudes and Strategies for Care of Advanced Dementia at the End-of-life (CASCADE): A Pilot Study
Years: 2006-06-08 - 2007-06-07
ID: P0015176
Western Researchers: Esther Chang, John Daly and Debra Jackson
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney
Title: Breast Screening Education at the Workplace
Years: 2000-01-01 - 2000-12-31
ID: P0013500
Western Researchers: Kathy Crombie and Esther Chang
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney
Title: Avoiding "high tech" through "high touch" in end stage dementia: Protocol for care at the end of life
Years: 2010-03-03 - 2012-12-30
ID: P00017624
Western Researchers: Esther Chang and Amanda Johnson
Funding:
  • Department of Health (non ACRG)
Title: Mapping Human Resources for Health in Pacific Island Countries
Years: 2007-09-01 - 2007-11-26
ID: P0015894
Western Researchers: Esther Chang and Debra Jackson
Funding:
  • World Health Organization
Title: Evaluating the application of a clinical framework to address weight loss in residential aged care facilities
Years: 2009-08-04 - 2010-08-03
ID: P00017134
Western Researchers: Esther Chang
Funding:
  • Domain Principal Group
  • Advantage Care
  • University of Western Sydney
Title: Ageing Creatively: Creative Writing as a Tool for Healthy Ageing
Years: 2015-03-01 - 2016-06-30
ID: P00022526
Western Researchers: Anthony Uhlmann, Paul Arthur, Christopher Davis, Denis Burnham, Esther Chang, Hazel Smith, Jason Ensor, Rachel Hendery, Rachel Morley and Melinda Jewell
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney
Title: "FriendZone" Smart Living Space
Years: 2010-11-17 - 2011-11-16
ID: P00019353
Western Researchers: Anthony Maeder, Simeon Simoff, Gregory Kolt, Esther Chang and Rhonda Griffiths
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney

Supervision

Professor Chang is available to be a principal supervisor for doctoral projects

Current Supervision

Title: Experiences of Students with Disability Requiring Reasonable Adjustments for an Undergraduate Nursing Clinical Placement
Field of Research:
Title: Exploring the Experiences of Undergraduate Nursing Students and Curricullar Practices on Nutrition with Older People: Mixed Method Study
Field of Research:
Title: Translating the Palliative Care Approach into Everyday Practice in Residential Aged Care Facilities
Field of Research:
Title: Preventing Constipation in Terminal ill Patients Suffering from Cancer
Field of Research:

Previous Supervision

Title: Undergraduate Nursing Students' Perceptions of Spiritual Care Education: A Mixed Method Study
Field of Research: GENERAL NURSING
Thesis: <p> Undergraduate Nursing Students' Perceptions of Spiritual Care Education: A Mixed Method Study</p>
Title: Lavender Angustifoila and Melissa Officinialls for the Management of Physical and Verbal Agitation Among Older People.
Field of Research:
Thesis: Lavender Angustifoila and Melissa Officinialls for the Management of Physical and Verbal Agitation Among Older People.

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