Performance Obstacles of Intensive Care Nurses

Source: Ayse P. Gurses, Pascale Carayon, Nursing Research, Volume 56, Issue 3, May/June 2007
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From a summary:
A hospital intensive care unit (ICU) is typically an emotionally intense, loud, cramped, and stressful environment. ICU nurses face numerous obstacles to providing care to their critically ill patients, according to a new study of 217 nurses from 17 ICUs at 7 Wisconsin hospitals.

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